Alcock & Associates’ Pro-Community Work

Nick Alcock started his firm in a tiny office with a small shingle sign as the only marketing for his new business. His first case was pro bono, as he aided a homeless vet who came into Alcock’s office to combat a fine levied against the gentlemen for not appearing in court earlier in the month. With Alcock’s help, the vet left his office 30 minutes later with his fine zeroed out. From these humble beginnings and kind spirit came a firm steeped in the community and committed to positive change.

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