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My Condolences, My Card

From Overlawyered:

"The mother of a teen killed by a drunken driver was standing at his casket during his wake when lawyers Robert D'Amico and Jimmy Burchfield sidled up next to her and offered their services.

Kathleen Gemma filed a complaint with the Supreme Court's attorney disciplinary board, saying the two should have left her alone while she was saying her last goodbyes to her son Anthony Gemma. Gemma said one of the lawyers talked about his billboard."

Ironically, the website for their law firm contains this slogan:

We'll Take Care of You Like Family Would

(Providence WPRI, February 26)