Transcript - Community Service Involvement

Michael McStraw: I first met Ken when he became a contestant for Dancing with the Giordano Stars, one of our biggest fund raisers.

Nan Giordano: First impression of Ken… absolutely a “do what you say you’re going to do” type of person.

Deane Brown: He really cares about making the world a better place.

Nan: One of his greatest assets is his style in which he deals with people. Firstly, he’s always smiling, and he always has a very nice presence. And he has a really beautiful way with people.

Michael: In the actual board meeting, he provides a kind of a catalyst for moving ahead, the decision making, making sure everyone is on board. He’s very inclusive and very organic about the way he works.

John Galarnyk: He gets the importance of the other things in his life: his family, his relationships with his friends, his participation in good things in the community. Those things make a good lawyer. It’s rare that you’ll find a really good lawyer who doesn’t have those things. It’s a time-consuming and a demanding job to do it and be able to balance and be able to figure out what is important, and that’s Ken. Ken gets that.

Nan: He’s very kind, and he’s just someone that you can really count on. Always.

Client Reviews

"He’s not afraid to take on the big companies. He has sued Ford, he has sued Merck, Bridgestone, Firestone… He’s fearless. He’s relentless."
"He was able to richly bless us with some medical reimbursements for losing Hope that we didn’t expect. It didn’t replace Hope, it never will replace. But it just gave us a lot of blessing." Melanie Moul
"He was there not to do something for himself, he was there to help me with my problem. And that’s what he did, he took care of it." Anne Levy
"Ken is unique among attorneys that I've worked with because as he pursues cases, he's always focused on the individuals, strategizing ways to best serve the needs of the client. He's a lawyer for people." John Galarnyk
"He’s very kind, and he’s just someone that you can really count on. Always." Michael McStraw