Managing Partner Sam Pond discusses early experiences and the Pond Lehocky approach in Suburban Life magazine








Managing Partner Sam Pond was featured in Suburban Life magazine’s April edition. “Recovery Time” explores the personal motivation that drives Sam to help injured workers secure the benefits they deserve.

“Both of Pond’s parents died the same year, leaving him and the rest of his family to cope with weighty issues besides their incalculable grief. The pension for his father, a union member at Philadelphia Gas Works, was originally denied, necessitating a flurry of phone calls and, ultimately, legal assistance. The pension, which was finally bestowed to Pond and his sister, was used to start a scholarship fund that exists to this day. Pond’s mother had died from what was most likely a work-related injury, leaving a number of questionsregarding any benefits entitled to her family—questions no one seemed willing to answer.”

The article also highlights Pond Lehocky’s dedication to providing a personalized experience for each client.

“It’s about being willing to fight for what you believe in, about having the heart and caring, having a sense of right and wrong, and trying to make a difference,” Sam said. “And that’s what we try to do with every client, every single day.”

Click here to read the full article.

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