Dear Mr. Duffy, Mary Ellen, et al:
It is still with disbelief that we write this final thank you.
Back in 1998 when we presented Victor’s case to you we had no idea that it would take so long. 17 years is Victor’s life thus far, 17 years represents 1/3 of our lives, 17 years is 2/3 of our marriage. We had no idea how Victor’s illness would affect him, but we knew it wasn’t good. And 17 years is a long time – we thank you for persevering for so long to reach a favorable outcome for victor. Your expertise and commitment to his case is realty appreciated. It is a tremendous weight off our shoulders to know that Victor will be able to live his life reasonably and comfortably.
Attn: Michael Duffy – Managing Partner
Duffy & Duffy, Attorneys at Law
After spending 2 ½ years working with your firm on my mother’s nursing home abuse case I just needed to let you know how happy I am that I made that first phone to you call back in the spring of 2015. From the very beginning your firm believed in the negligence case against the nursing home for my mother and I feel like I became part of your family. You kept me fully informed throughout the process from the beginning in March 2015 to the very end – today 10/31/2017
Attorney Damien Smith spent many hours going over the case with me and found evidence that I feel was the reason the settlement came to fruition. His attention to detail went over and above my expectations. I don’t think I could have gone through this case without his knowledge of the law, his determination, his encouragement and belief in my case.
I would recommend your law firm for nursing home neglect to anyone in a similar situation. Damien Smith is such an asset to your firm and a devoted attorney to his clients. Thank you for standing by me Attorney Damien Smith and settling my case to my satisfaction. I can’t bring my mother back but as Judge Feinman said to me after we settled the case this afternoon “hopefully Oceanside Care will learn a lesson from this for future residents in there facility.”
Thank you again