Believe it or not, 17 years ago, the current, only quarterback in history with five Super Bowl wins—Tom Brady—was drafted as a sixth rounder. Furthermore, before he became the superstar we know him as today, he served as a backup for two years at Michigan, and sat behind the previous New England Patriots starting quarterback Drew Bledsoe until he was injured.
Here at Kalikhman & Rayz, LLC, not only are we DUI attorneys that serve Bucks County, PA, and other areas of Eastern PA, but as you can tell, we’re Tom Brady fans. Specifically, were amazed at how Tom Brady—who was once a “lightly regarded prospect” after he graduated college, could show that there’s nothing that can hold you back from achieving greatness. Plus, if there’s anything that Super Bowl LI can show you, it’s that you should never give up, no matter how far you’re behind, and if winning feels hopeless.
Now, as someone who’s reading this article and might have been in an auto accident, gotten a DUI, or is watching your business suffer due to debt, you may be wondering how Tom Brady’s story could compare to your situation. Well, if you’re facing any legal issue(s) and/or feel hopeless and like help is unattainable, it’s not. In fact, help is just a phone call or email away with Kalikhman & Rayz, LLC. In addition, you can even schedule a free consultation with us to discuss your case at any time.
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We’ll protect your case and offer you a reliable strategy. We also offer heavily personalized services, so you can expect to get in touch with us at all times if you need any help. Lastly, we’ll do all we can to make your case go as smoothly as possible. You may even not end having to go to court.
When looking for accident lawyers, business lawyers, or DUI lawyers that serve Bucks County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia, PA, look no further than Kalikhman & Rayz, LLC. To learn more about our firm and what we can do to help you obtain the compensation you deserve, please browse our site, or give us a call today.