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Reflections On The 4th Of July

Declaration of IndependenceAs we celebrated the 243rd Anniversary of our Declaration of Independence, I reflected on how proud I am to be both an American and a Lawyer. While we all laugh at the many jokes constantly directed at the legal profession (and some of them are funny), it is important on every 4th of July to remember that many of our country’s forefathers were lawyers. Indeed, of the initial ten Amendments to the United States Constitution, seven (Amendments 1,2,4,5-8) deal directly with legal right.

Four of the five members of our first Continental Congress entrusted with developing the Declaration of Independence were lawyers – Roger Sherman, John Adams, Robert Livingston and Thomas Jefferson. Two of them, Adams and Jefferson, went on to become Presidents of our county. And James Madison, the “Father of the Constitution” and the “Bill of Rights” (and our fourth president as well) was also a lawyer. In fact, 25 of the nation’s 45 Presidents have been lawyers.

So I am indeed honored to practice this great profession, and to have the ability to fight for people’s legal rights and those denied the due process of law. The experienced and dedicated attorneys at Fenstersheib Law Group, P.A., have successfully handled legal cases for over three decades with compassion, integrity and tenacity, to achieve justice for the injured. Call us today, toll-free, at 1-800-TellRobert – we provide free initial consultations to determine available legal options, and if you have a case, we will work on a contingency fee basis, advancing all the expenses and fees necessary to build your lawsuit. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

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