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Common Sense: How to Exercise It
No advice to the firm as that would be a waste of energy. But you, the person reading this, I have some advice for you. From one human to another, in case I haven't made my point, Do. Not. Work. Here.
(Oh, and why are they still calling it Curry & Friend? The "Friend" already grabbed his valuables and jumped.)
Anyway, save yourself.
Do not apply to work at this firm. After imploding earlier this year (brought on by multiple factors, including the two then-owners' narcissism and rock-bottom morals), the firm is now controlled exclusively by a person who has repeatedly proven himself to be a little Napoleon (minus the interesting clothes). They refused to tell their loyal, hard-working employees about the impeding split for weeks, and finally broke the news at a firm "lunch" (oh, and PS, you're not getting lunch after all, even though you've been sitting here hungry and waiting for us for 20 minutes). A select few ("the fabulous 14!") were asked to stay, and the rest were laid off with just a few days warning. But don't worry, while the cast-aways were crying and packing their offices, the "fab 14!" were attending a (mandatory) mid-day party celebrating their own good fortune. Woo hoo, Fireball! You can't make this stuff up, kids. And to be clear, the issues aren't temporary speedbumps associated with a "transition." This ish runs deeeeeeeeeep.
This box says "Share your reasons not to work here." Um, all of them. All of the reasons. Do not work here.
This sounds dramatic and exaggerated. But this is actually just the tip of the iceberg. Save yourself, Rose.
Curry & Friends desperately need to update their webpage. It doesn't offer too much information about the firm and leaves the consumer unsure of their business in the end. I think if they put more effort into the site they would obtain more customers.
Curry & Friends gives a local feel to their services and creates a personal environment to make their clients feel right at home. They have a positive standing within their community and clientele. I enjoyed working for them.
While working at the firm, I noticed that the firm's web page is severely outdated. The graphics and affects are severely outdated and there is not too much to look at. They offer a couple paragraphs talking about their mission and who they are, but you feel a sense of something lacking after looking through their web page.
The Curry Law Firm is an established AV-rated litigation firm serving clients in the New Orleans community and throughout the State of Louisiana. The firm’s attorneys have consistently maintained a history of success. We pride ourselves on delivering high-quality legal services that address the individual needs of each client. Our team of dedicated lawyers continues to be supported by the most experienced of paralegals, legal nurse consultants. We engage primarily in a corporate and insurance defense practice with particular emphasis on litigation and the trial of civil matters in the areas of Healthcare and Medical Malpractice, Employment Law, Environmental Law, Oil & Gas, Toxic Tort, and Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance.
The Curry Law Firm practices law in the following areas and works with its clients to provide the best possible legal solutions.
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