Sunday, October 31, 2010
A Connecticut law firm has taken office space in the former home of a fast food restaurant and is taking full advantage of the drive-thru window feature. As our sister publication the Law Librarian Blogf reports:
The Kocian Law Group has taken over a former fast food joint for a branch office of sorts. Clients can pick up and deliver documents via the drive-thru window staffed by a paralegal who is also available to answer some questions. While the media is having fun with this story . . . the firm makes a good point for explaining why. "We represent a lot of injured people," [Nick] Kocian said. 'If you have somebody who's in a wheelchair or somebody who's hurt, it's convenient.' Quoting from this NBC story which includes a video.
Hat tip to Joe Hodnicki.