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John (left), Dustin (right) and Dino (way up top).

Saturday, May 14 was a banner day (literally) for one firm, Justinian & Associates, as the local area law firm opened a new office in Austin, Texas. Despite a rainy appearance by Mother Nature, the grand opening event was well-attended and fun for all. It also marked a special day in the history of the Texas-based firm: the addition of a third location to better serve its clients.

Rain selfie
Rain selfie

The firm’s founder, Justinian C. Lane, was kind enough to share a few words about the grand opening:

“I’m very proud to have such a beautiful facility to serve our clients. Just as Austin has grown rapidly, so have we. I started my firm in December of 2013 out of my living room. Today we have over 20,000 square feet of commercial space across three cities [Austin, Pflugerville and San Antonio]. We will keep growing as necessary to serve the needs of injured Texans.”

Justinian C. Lane, Esq.
Justinian C. Lane, Esq.

Justinian & Associates specializes in personal injury cases, such as:

  • Car accidents;
  • 18-wheeler and commercial trucking accidents;
  • Motorcycle & Moped accidents;
  • Bicycle & Pedestrian injuries;
  • Product liability; and
  • Wrongful death.

They also handle mass tort litigation, including:

  • Product liability;
  • Dangerous prescription drugs;
  • Illness or death related to asbestos and mesothelioma
  • Medical devices; and
  • Defective auto parts.

Now, with the addition of the new Austin office, the firm is proudly providing immigration law services. Given the reputation and commitment of the firm and its attorneys, I’ve no doubt that the new Austin location will carry on in the tradition of helping those in need.

In fact, according to Diego Rodriguez, one of the firm’s immigration attorneys, the well-attended event resulted in such a number of consultation appointments that his first week at the office is already booked.

Diego Rodriguez (at right) helping out at the prize booth.
Diego Rodriguez (at right) helping out at the prize booth.

The family-friendly event included amazing food, grilled outdoors, an eclectic and enjoyable variety of music, a snow cone station and a bouncy house for the attendees’ children.

Food, food & more food!
Food, food & more food!
Refreshing snow cones!
Refreshing snow cones!

Some four-legged furry children were in attendance, too! Sadly, they didn’t get to enjoy the bouncy house.

Furry children welcome, too!
Furry children welcome, too!

The attorneys and others of the firm’s employees staffed the event, making sure the guests, those with and without fur, were well taken care of. While many invitations were sent, some of the attendees were drawn in by the festivities themselves, as well as the roadside signs.

Neil expertly advertising free food.
Neil expertly advertising free food.

The even even got coverage from a local radio station, 104.3, Qué Buena.

Que Buena 104.3
Que Buena 104.3

Mr. Lane commented on the choice of location saying, “One of the reasons we chose this wonderful building was that it allows us to be a local neighborhood firm.”

He continued, “We want to be near our clients. Some clients don’t want one of our free in-home visits and prefer to come to us. We made it easier for those folks to come visit us in person. Walk-ins are always welcome – we never require an appointment for someone who needs an attorney to meet with us.”

Regarding the success of the event and the new location, Mr. Lane said, “It was wonderful to invite our clients to come out and let us cook for them. It’s the least we can do considering that they’ve been the key to our rapid growth. This new facility is an investment in the firm’s future. A future that I’m confident is bright because of how well the people of Austin continue to treat us.”

Other highlights of the event included a “spin the wheel for prizes,” which included swag bags, sunglasses and more. There was also a raffle for an iPad Air 2 and some Dre Beats!

iPad Air 2 and Dre Beats!
iPad Air 2 and Dre Beats!

The new office is located at 8770 Research Blvd, Austin, Texas 78758.

Phone: 512-980-0000; hours, 8:30AM – 5PM.

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