What small act of kindness were you once shown that you will never forget?

Inspiration Corner

“In grade 6, I attended a private religious school where prayers were one of the lessons. For some of these you were supposed to stand. I was a small kid who sat in the front row. One day we were praying, standing, and came to a section where the teacher said as he always did that if we needed, we could sit down. This particular day I was very tired (I have no recollection why) and so I sat down. The class froze and I became really apprehensive. That wonderful teacher simply said in a calm voice, “Shira is little and if she needs to sit down that is fine." A few of the other students then meekly sat down, too."
– Shira Bernholtz, Client Service Lawyer

"Just recently at the Tim Horton’s drive-thru, a customer before me paid for my coffee. It was a great start to my day." – Emily Rimes, Law Clerk

"My kids often perform small acts of kindness that I hope I will never forget. Whether it’s sharing their last bit of a treat with me or giving me a hug when they think I look stressed or drawing a sweet or funny picture for me, all of these things lift my spirits and remind me that a little kindness goes a long way."
- Courtney Mulqueen, Associate Lawyer

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Comments From Actual Clients

"I don’t know if you realize what a difference you have made in my life. You gave me back my dignity, you believed my medical conditions to be true and represented me accordingly, and you gave me hope for a better future. Thank you so much for giving me back my happiness and confidence. You believed in me when the insurance company did not. I will always be grateful."
– Cindy R., long-term disability claim

"I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank the whole team for their efforts in achieving a successful mediation meeting. Because your team was able to help me, I can concentrate on getting better."
– Jocelyn M., long-term disability claim

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