Silbert Garon, Pitre & Friedman was spotlighted in New Orleans Living Magazine for work the firm does to improve people’s lives. The article, titled “Carrying the Load,” stated:
“The law partners of Silbert, Garon, Pitre & Friedman don’t picture themselves as bulldogs, body guards or battering rams the way some personal injury and wrongful death attorneys do. In fact, they would prefer you picture them as problem solvers and peacemakers.”
The magazine went on to talk comment about the legal and volunteer work our attorneys do both for the community:
Justin Garon is one of the founders of the post-Katrina New Orleans Recreation Department; David Pitre is civically active in fundraising for children with cancer; Jonathan Friedman is a magistrate, commissioner who dedicates himself to causes in justice like sentencing reform and jail conditions; and Silbert is active at his synagogue, which has a very full social action agenda.
It also highlighted our focus on building relationships with our clients:
On attorney-client relationship skills being like bedside manners: “You might be going to the greatest neurosurgeon around, and he or she might have the best set of hands, but you are dealing with a major medical problem and you need someone who is going to listen to you and have the bedside manner to assist you through this very challenging period of your life.”