• David Lund

It’s our First Anniversary!

This is the start of my 20th year of law practice, and what a year it has been. We opened Lund Law Carolina on January 7, 2020 with the energy and excitement of something new. Little did we know how new it would all be with the pandemic forcing us all out of our new office just 3 months after we opened our doors. We spent the spring months working remotely and again for several weeks in July following COVID safety protocols after a suspected exposure. The good news is that we were able to remain open to serve our clients for every one of the 52 weeks since we opened. That feels like something to celebrate given all that 2020 brought to us.

We look forward to many more years of service as we continue to grow our practice. Our staff and attorneys have been up to the challenge of opening a new office, adjusting to the COVID-world, and finding ways to provide excellent service to clients that have been in even greater need of skilled and caring representation in the last year.

Thank you to all of our valued clients. We appreciate the relationships that we have built with each of you, as well as the trust that you have placed in our team to get your claim approved. 2021 feels like a new opportunity for us all, and we’re approaching the new year with renewed passion to serve.

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