Happy Veterans Day

Ninety five years ago, on November 11, 1918, World War I largely came to an end.  Though the Treaty of Versailles would officially conclude the war in June of 1919, November 11th became a day of remembrance for the all the heroes who served and are still serving today.

When making his address on Veterans Day in 1961, President Kennedy said “I think it most appropriate that we recall on this occasion, and on every other moment when we are faced with great responsibilities, the contribution and the sacrifice which so many men, women and their families have made in order to permit this country to now occupy its present position of responsibility and freedom, and in order to permit us to gather here together.”

With nearly 25 million veterans from the wars America has fought, today we honor the heroes who gave our country their lives, showing their devotion to democracy.  We must also remember that there are still heroes fighting every day for our freedom, and honor the duty of their service.   Thank the veterans you know for the sacrifices they have made, and spend a little time today reflecting.

Goldberg Law Group is very proud of our own servicemen, and we have a gallery of photos featuring some of our brave soldiers that you can look at here.

To the men and women of our Armed Forces and to all of our veterans, know that you have our country’s gratitude on this day, and every day of the year.

About Clelia Pergola

Nothing happens at Goldberg Law Group until Clelia Pergola says so. It is easier to explain what she doesn’t contribute to the firm than what she does. Mrs. Pergola has been with the Goldberg Law Group since before our doors opened and she has been instrumental in the growth of our services and reputation. Clelia designed the firm from the ground up by replacing the antiquated law firm model with a streamlined, procedures-based organization. This revolutionary process allows the attorneys and staff members to accomplish their tasks efficiently without unnecessary distractions and stress. What does this mean for our clients? Fewer errors, better results, and friendlier service. Clelia is a caregiver to her Nonna and has personally experienced the frustrations and challenges of the long term care system. When not running the firm, Clelia enjoys cooking, rooting for the Jets, and spending time with her husband and son, Dante Domenico named after her late grandfather, Domenico Barone.
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