With the New Year just around the corner, our firm wants to wish you and
yours a happy and healthy holiday season as 2017 comes to a close. This
December our attorneys at Christian & Davis LLC hope you find time
to gather with your loved ones and enjoy this year’s holiday parties
safely. We also encourage you to start considering potential resolutions
to help make 2018 your most prosperous year yet.
Our New Year’s Resolutions
As for us, we are looking forward to helping more injured individuals in
their fight for justice and fair compensation after a life-changing accident.
We are passionate about helping our clients overcome some of the most
difficult periods of their lives, and we are proud of the comfort and
legal assurance we can bring to their lives.
Suggestions for Your Holiday Celebrations
We all know the holidays are about spending time with family and friends,
which is why we came up with a few family-friendly ideas to spice up your
holiday. While you may have shopping trips to make and wrapping to finish
up, make sure you carve out time to enjoy with the ones you hold dear.
What about Star Wars? Whether your kids are die-hard Star Wars fanatics or not, it might be
fun to take them to see the newest Star Wars movie. Or. Consider introducing
them to the
Star Wars Holiday Special and enjoy the cheesy seasonal cheer.
Sing Along! Try throwing a sing-along or dance party with this year’s
Spotify playlist of holiday karaoke songs. Or, find some other holiday playlist you enjoy and get the whole family involved.
Play a holiday-themed game! To really get into the holiday spirit, try out one of these
27 winter games. Some of our favorites on the list include Christmas charades, snowman
bowling, reindeer ring toss, and ornament bean bag toss.
For more fun and safety tips this season, read our December 2017 Newsletter.
If someone you love has suffered a serious injury because of another person’s
negligence, our firm wants to help. Contact Christian & Davis LLC
for legal help regarding your personal injury case in Greenville.