Roxie tells us about the devastating accident that rendered her husband paralyzed. It drove her to help individuals in similar situations collect compensation for their injuries and other losses. She is a paralegal with the firm, and her daughter works with her as an administrative assistant.
My husband was involved in a very serious automobile accident that rendered him an incomplete quadriplegic in 1982, and I discovered then that I had a passion for helping people. I decided that there was no better place I could do it than to help injured victims, and the Chanfraus have an empathy for those kinds of people and I discovered that that was my passion as well. My name is Roxie Courson. I've been a paralegal with Chanfrau & Chanfrau since 1985. When people come into Chanfrau & Chanfrau, they're injured victims, they can expect a team. We're all there to help them, and we work together as much as we can to help each other. And I like to feel like I'm more than just their paralegal, that I'm their friend. My daughter has worked with me at Chanfrau & Chanfrau since 2002. She's an administrative assistant, and I'm proud to have her follow in my footsteps. My daughter-in-law works for our office as well. You don't bring your family in unless it's a special place. Chanfrau & Chanfrau is special by itself, and I like to think that we made it a little more special by coming on board.