Years ago, working as a legal secretary in a Los Angeles law firm, Robert Pafundi, then a young intern about to graduate from law school, joined our firm. It was obvious to everyone that he was going to be an outstanding attorney. We were right; Robert became a brilliant attorney and I had the pleasure of working with him for many years. Now, years later, retired and living in Oregon, my husband and I, while on a road trip, were in a terrible automobile accident. Without hesitation, we turned the matter over to Robert. Within a surprisingly short time he settled both our cases for substantial policy limits.
We all knew that the young man who walked into our law office so long ago was going to be an outstanding attorney, but he exceeded all our expectations. I rated him with the