Mariano Garcia – A "Melting Pot" Lawyer

I am proud and privileged that I can count myself a citizen of the world's "melting pot" – the United States of America. I am equally proud that I have a rich and varied heritage founded in the Latin culture. Both my mother and my father came to this country with hopes of improving the futures of their children. They found jobs, worked hard and proudly became American citizens. My mom was honored to be a school teacher, helping to build the futures for children and my dad was a mechanic, proud to keep vehicles on the road and people mobile. Although I moved to this country from Argentina when I was eight years old, I grew up for a part of my life in New York City – truly a "melting pot" city in this country. Some of my fondest memories and dearest friends can still be found in that city. I recently joined the law firm of Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley, PA and I am humbled to now be practicing law with many of the truly great attorneys of our time. Searcy Denney is dedicated to championing the cause of those who could not otherwise do it for themselves. We have fought some of the biggest defendants and won great victories for our clients. It is my intention to continue this history of advocating for the rights of injured victims and wronged people; especially those in the Latino/Hispanic communities. I think it is important that you as a client be able to communicate to your lawyer in whatever way makes you the most comfortable. For those comfortable in the English language, I am here; for those most comfortable speaking Spanish, estoy aqui!

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