Attorney George Sink, Sr.George Sink, Sr.: I was born and raised in Detroit, okay? So, we didn't have a lot of money coming up, and I went to a lot of bad professionals. And I vowed, I said, “If I ever get in a position to help people, I'm going to let them know I care about them, and then we're going to provide topnotch service for them.” My mother and my two sisters were both teachers. They were serving people. I was a teacher. I served our community. Then, I served our country in the Marine Corps, and I came here, and people get it. You know if someone's serving your interests or not. I mean, you can smell it, you can feel it. Am I really out for the money, or am I out for you? And you know that right away. Why did I want to be a lawyer? It gave me a venue or a way of satisfying my need to make my life worthwhile. And my life's worthwhile if I make my client smile, if I can make them happy, if I can bring them through the valley of tears, a desperate time, a time when they need help, and they're fighting against a professional army, who's designed not to help them, but to help the insurance companies involved.
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