Tom Holland goes above and beyond for his clients.
You might be a victim who has experienced injustices. While the system benefits society at large, some individuals experience extraordinary cases: suffering, injustice, loss, that can leave them vulnerable. The legal framework in particular exists to protect those that have their rights violated, and to put those who want to “color outside of the line” back in place. Fortunately, The Law Offices of Thomas More Holland do pay attention to those cases where individuals have been victimized. We believe that we can work within the system to help you get the compensation you deserve.
3 Functions of a Compassionate Law Office
- Knowledgeable about the law on Compassionate Leave
While there is little provision in the federal law for compassionate leave, many employers have agreements that allow for at least some time off for funeral leave, maternity leave, and more. According to the Department of Labor, under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers are required only to provide 12 weeks of unpaid leave in the case of a birth, adoption, serious illness, or to care for an immediate family member who is seriously ill. A compassionate law office will put in the hours necessary to familiarize themselves with your specific employer’s agreements regarding compassionate leave, and ensure that you will not be fleeced.
- Goes Above and Beyond for Trauma Victims
One of Tom Holland’s clients from many years ago recently had her house burn down. She and her children were stranded on the streets, turned away from shelters because she “made too much money.” Tom Holland went out of his way to set up a go fund me account for her and her children, as well as advising her on her rights at no charge.
If you or a loved one has experienced trauma, you’re looking for that compassionate law office that will be truly understanding. You’re looking for the compassionate law office that sees beyond the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow to the case and the person behind it.
- Helps Those with Compassion Fatigue
As many social workers could tell you, helping someone who has survived a trauma is no easy affair. All the exposure to victims can result in a burn out, “second-hand” trauma, or in some isolated cases–PTSD. These are labeled as compassion fatigue. It’s a real condition that afflicts many who take on the burdens of those less fortunate than themselves. If you are experiencing compassion fatigue in your fight for the rights of a loved one, come to the compassionate law office at Thomas More Holland. We won’t minimize your difficulties, and we’ll consult with you to see to what extent we can be of assistance.
In the end, a compassionate law office can be simply defined as a law office like TMH Law, where your needs are prioritized and understood. Don’t settle for less. Bring your story to TMH Law, and find out how we can help you.