Bruce Scheiner is the hardest working man I've ever met. He doesn't take a break from his job - it's his life. He works tireless hours, he's here late into the evenings, I get emails in the middle of the night, 2 or 3 in the morning, it's shocking how much he and the Scheiner family work.
Mr. Scheiner, he gives his personal cell phone number to the clients, so they're able to contact him any time of the day. Not many firms do that - actually, I don't think there is any other firm that actually does that.
Clients are ecstatic that the, that Bruce Scheiner would give his personal cell phone [number] and his personal phone on his desk [direct line] to them and said call him 24/7, any time. They work countless hours. Bruce, Cheryl, PJ [Scheiner], they are very adamant by the fact that they want to make sure that every single client that we bring in here, they meet them.
And then Mr. Scheiner makes it a point of coming in and answering their initial questions, you know, and getting past those initials concerns that they might have. Not just seeing them as another case, but seeing them as an individual and I think that's very unique and very different from what you get with other law firms.
I think PJ [Scheiner] is also a wonderful man. He, you know, he tries to help the client as much as he can, he cares.
PJ Scheiner is a fantastic trial lawyer, he has consulted with Bruce on cases from the time he was young. It's easy to see he was born for this.
This has been his home, his second home and he grew up in this, in this firm and to see him now as a wonderful trial attorney, you can see that he was taught well. You can see that his family, his parents, Bruce and Cheryl, have done a great job in making PJ what he is today.
Mr. Scheiner, Mrs. Scheiner or PJ [Scheiner], you see how wonderful they are with people. How, when somebody is at their most difficult situation in life, they're there and they offer whatever they can to the clients.
They eat, drink and sleep this place and it's not because their names on the building, that's not why, it's because they have people that need them and they might need them at 4 o'clock in the morning and if they needed them at 4 o'clock in the morning, they'd be there because that's the type of people they are. The Scheiner's, they're legitimate - they're the real deal.