Conn. Law Firm Offers First 'Drive-Through Legal Service'
I've written here before about the frequent fussin' and fightin' at the Wendy's drive-through window, but here's a story about a much more civilized drive-through in the town of Manchester, Conn. The building housing the drive-through used to be a Kenny Rogers Roasters restaurant, but is now occupied by the Kocian Law Group. Instead of boarding up the drive-through, however, the law firm plans to keep it open so that its clients can easily pick up and drop off documents.
NBC Connecticut reports that attorney Nick Kocian reasons that "[w]e have drive-thrus for ATMs and we have that customer convenience. Why not a law firm?" He says he has been told this is the first drive-through legal service in Connecticut, if not the country. Kocian explains that the firm has many clients who visit the firm weekly to pick up workers compensation checks. Rosa Castillo, a paralegal at the firm, adds that "clients really love it. It's convenient for them."
Is it true that this is the first "legal drive-through" in the U.S.? If not, please refute in the comments below. You can see the drive-through in action in this video:
Posted by Bruce Carton on October 22, 2010 at 12:09 PM | Permalink
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