Clients Share Their Stories
I was in a near fatal motorcycle accident - I was T-boned on a bike; I never even saw it coming. No idea and then "BANG" and I'm laying on the seat and they were trying to wake me up. Didn't even see it coming - it was not good.
I was with some friends and we were just, like, cruising around, I guess and, and the driver he lost control of the car.
I can remember it very vividly like it happened today. 420 miles, Byron, Georgia I got rear ended on I-75 by an 18 wheeler.
I knew I was in trouble, you know, I knew I had a lot of problems physically, and if I'm going to call a lawyer, I'm gonna call Bruce (Scheiner).
I'd known Bruce L. Scheiner and Cheryl (Scheiner) from a lot of the going ons within the Lee County Sheriff's Office and great people. I've never really have ever met people like this just very nice and very concerned and just good people. It was just like talking my family.
They were really nice. If I was nervous they would calm me down, like, PJ (Scheiner) would help me with these breathing exercises and stuff and I like the fact that they did fight hard and you, you can tell.
They were so sympathetic and caring, that's as if they knew me already. I can't praise them enough for what they've done. Their, the professionalism, the attorneys that they had on team - everything. The amount of care that they showed for me - I mean constantly coming to the hospital and times where I couldn't even speak just to check on my wellbeing, things of that nature, really made me feel like party family.
Bruce, PJ and Cheryl (Scheiner) - they care. People that I talk to - care. I mean, I felt it, it helps me, cause it was a very difficult time and their caring meant a lot to me.
It was a good feeling having the- or be with Bruce L. Scheiner - it really was.
You feel the compassion and you feel like they are fighting for you.