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Atlanta, GA, August 16, 2019 - Seth Bader, Founder and Owner of the Bader Law Firm, is proud to announce that the firm has officially changed its name to Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, in recognition of the addition of its new partner, Luis Scott.

“Luis’ commitment to excellence represents the leadership that our firm needs in order to continue to grow. He has the qualities to help lead a fast-growing organization, and I know that through his experience as a lawyer and business owner, he will help us continue to accomplish our firm’s mission.”

Scott has over 16 years of legal experience. Prior to becoming the managing attorney for Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, Scott was the managing partner of another multi-million dollar firm where he oversaw thousands of injury cases. With his broad range of experience, Scott will help the firm excel in the overall vision of being the preeminent injury law firm in the United States.

“This partnership didn’t just create another firm. It created a firm that cares about people over profits; a firm that cares about what happens to clients after their case is settled. Clients can rest assured that they are being represented by a team that truly cares about them, and the community will receive the comfort of knowing that we exist for reasons other than just making money. We exist to change lives for the better, said Scott.

With this partnership, the firm expects to expand and develop the business by providing clients with the best legal representation. Bader Scott Injury Lawyers seek to create a better culture for their employees, find leaders who share their mission and vision, and create a greater presence in Georgia and throughout the U.S.

To commemorate the partnership, Bader and Scott announced the creation of the Bader Scott Foundation, which will support local and national charities such as Kids Chance and the Shepherd Center which help victims of traumatic injuries and their families. As part of their commitment to helping the community, the law firm will donate 5% of its profits to the newly announced foundation.