When you are a kid and when you have kids, your summer is defined by the beginning and ending of summer vacation. Jim’s son goes back to school this week, and my son goes back to school next week ( I think). With their vacations coming to an end they decided to spend a day working at the office. At the office they swept the porch, attempted to file documents, and most importantly created the poster below:
We at Malek & Malek understand and relate to workers because the attorneys at Malek & Malek have all at one time or another been a “worker.” Speaking for myself, I used to come home from elementary school and head straight to my neighbor’s houses where I’d rake their leaves for the princely sum of $1 an hour. Probably far below the market price, on the other hand I was in third or fourth grade. As I got older my prices increased. In high school I’d make a killing on snow days, as I’d offer to snow blow people’s driveways for $20 a pop.
In college I worked in a variety of jobs including as a working in a cafeteria as a fry cook, doing laundry in a gym, and working at the Malibu Grand Prix Arcade. After graduation I went to work in the wild and wooly world of video game development. Point is, I and the attorneys at Malek & Malek are not strangers to hard work, and therefore we have the utmost respect for those who work. So when you get injured on the job, we strive to get you the treatment and compensation you deserve.
With that said, please enjoy the rest of your summer, Kip