We had the good fortune of connecting with Anita Lamar and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Anita, what do you attribute your success to?
At Lamar Law Office, we center everything we do around our “We Care” brand. I believe this has been central to achieving a 5-star reputation in our community. When I began practicing personal injury law, I saw firsthand the life-changing circumstances that many clients faced. When I founded Lamar Law Office, I knew that excellent customer care would be indispensable to our success as a personal injury law firm. By living out the values of compassion, patience, and transparency, our staff is a positive, hopeful force in our clients’ lives. We always encourage our clients to focus on their physical recovery while our firm handles the legal details. By establishing our “We Care” brand, we’ve set the bar higher than the average personal injury law firm. We fight aggressively to achieve a great settlement for our clients, while recognizing the importance of kindness and communication as our clients’ legal advocate.
What should our readers know about your business?
We are excited about how much we’ve grown in four short years. Since establishing our firm in DeKalb county in 2018, we are getting ready to expand our offices to the Southside. We’re looking forward to new opportunities to serve our community with the expansion of our offices and staff. The journey to today has not been easy, but it has been fun! A major challenge that every business owner faces is the ability to balance courage and wisdom when it comes to taking risks. Calculated risks have helped propel our firm’s growth. Not everything has worked out, and that’s okay – the key is to keep your head up and keep moving forward with your best effort.
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
There have been some important people in my life that left a lasting impression. I had a professor in law school who was very comforting to me at a time when I really needed reassurance. I had a clerkship while in law school. The owner of that practice introduced me to personal injury law. More importantly he was a great example of charity. He was very active in his community and donated to several charities. I worked for a firm before I went out on my own as an associate attorney. The owner of that practice taught me so much about the practice of law and about how to properly run a practice. I am appreciative and thankful to have crossed paths with such wonderful people.