Dear Mr. Schwartz,
I could not let this opportunity pass without expressing my sincere thanks for representing me in court. Your professionalism and understanding that bad things sometimes happen to good people along with understanding “relationships” were key elements in convincing Judge Thomasine Tynes to dismiss my case. I am in your debt for this and will always be grateful for your service.
During our short time together, I enjoyed our conversation regarding politics, economics and your up-coming election for the Pennsylvania House. I wish you the best in your endeavor to enter politics and I believe your advocacy for the consumer is an attribute that could very well deliver the support you need to realize your goal. Campaigning is a rigorous art form and I am sure you are quite aware of the ramifications involved. In our conversation, we discussed common factors that affect the voting public that could very well work to your advantage. On my way home, I had wished I had mentioned the value of your family and especially your daughter in your campaign. No doubt, you are aware of the impact family members can have on influencing voters and will incorporate them to some degree in your campaign.
Finally, I want to extend my best wishes for a successful campaign and thank you again for your outstanding service to me. I also enclosed a gift for your daughter representing my gratitude for your service and a few original election pins to add to your collection. Take care.
Dealing with Lou Schwartz has been a seamless experience. He articulated all of the details of my case very clearly and in a timely manner. I was pleased with the results and would highly recommend his service to anyone seeking consumer help.
We would like to say beyond a normal thank you how much Bob and I appreciate what you have done for us in more than one legal situation. You and your office staff are the “Creme de la Creme” of legal knowledge. Bob and I were truly confident you would put us on the right path. Once again, you are amazing! Thank you Lou!
All our Thanks and Sincerity,
Bob and Barb Staunton