Today, looking through my nephew's library books, I read some words that captured my attention. They are from Maya Angelou, and they go like this: "History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, and if faced with courage, need not be lived again."
In the context of the book, the words refer to the system of apartheid that existed in South Africa for the majority for most of our lives. My nephew is writing a report on the ways the South African government curbed free speech and free press during the 1980s in a last ditch effort to silence advocates for change. Smart kid.
When I read the words, though, as an injury lawyer in Scranton, I could not help but make the connection to the struggle many of my clients face as they attempt to reckon with painful harm that has come to them as the result of someone else's negligence. Their task also requires courage and commitment, as well as support.
If you are searching for an injury lawyer in Scranton, then you deserve to have an experienced attorney fighting for your rights. A Scranton personal injury lawyer from Rogan Law can help you to find justice for the events of your past while making progress toward your future.