In celebration of its founding by Joseph H. Lesser in the early 1920s on Narcissus Avenue in West Palm Beach, the Law Firm of Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith PLLC puts good work for clients and the community front and center at its 88th anniversary.
“We are one of the oldest firms in Palm Beach County,” Managing Partner Gary S. Lesser said. “I really think that this is due to balancing diligent work for our clients with a strong engagement in community service.”
He noted that founder Joseph Lesser, his grandfather, inspired that ethic. It continues to serve as the firm’s key cornerstone value, he said.
The firm has obtained multiple million-dollar verdicts for clients and their families. As LLL&S celebrates its 88th anniversary, the firm also is renewing a commitment to its clients and community. In the past 12 months, the boutique-size firm contributed more than $300,000 in donations and sponsorships to support vital charity and business missions in South Florida, including health, medical research, education, special needs, humanitarian/human rights, veterans, arts and culture, economic development, legal aid organizations, and other causes.
The firm also provided more than 2,500 hours of pro bono legal services and community service. Earlier this year, LLL&S gave a major gift to the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach Foundation that will be commemorated with the library’s circulation desk being named in memory of Joseph H. Lesser.
LLL&S focuses on serious personal injury and wrongful death cases. All firm partners and associates are “AV” rated by Martindale-Hubbell for demonstrating the highest level of legal ability and ethics.
To learn more about LLL&S services, call (561) 655-2028 or visit www.lesserlawfirm.com.