I Hope We Never Meet

Andrew Finkelstein

For attorney Andrew Finkelstein, every day is an opportunity to fight for redemption. He battles on behalf of his clients—families facing the devastating aftermath of preventable catastrophes.

When a loved one is killed on the job, Andrew helps the family pick up the pieces; when a construction worker is paralyzed due to inadequate fall protection, he helps them regain control, focus on recovery, and discover optimism in the darkest of times.

In I Hope We Never MeetAndrew Finkelstein, with Sarah Lunham, tells his clients’ stories of tragedy and recovery, demonstrating how families have rebuilt their lives by holding offenders accountable. He discusses what personal recovery looks like and the journey of ensuring that justice is visited upon negligent actors. I Hope We Never Meet is an inspirational resource for anyone searching for ways to turn their pain into purpose and make the world a better, safer place.

Press & Praise

Michele Bell, PhD, grief counselor

As a professional grief counselor, I know all too well the lack of information and resources that exist for those suffering from an unexpected tragedy or life-altering event. Andrew and Sarah have put together a great narrative of hope, which I am sure will help inspire anyone facing unexpected and daunting challenges. I loved each story.

Geoff Stewart, former client

Andrew's insight, experience, and compassion are evident in his work—and this book is no different. His ability to see through the destruction and chaos during one of the most difficult times in my life gave me the confidence I needed to hold those responsible accountable and move on.

Laura Kierstead, former client

Andrew and Sarah dive into the depths of despair, anguish, and suffering to uncover the monumental courage it takes to stand up to wrongdoers.

Andrew Finkelstein, a managing partner of five law firms (Finkelstein & Partners, LLP; Jacoby & Meyers, LLP; Fine, Olin & Anderman, LLP; Finkelstein, Blankinship, Frei-Pearson & Garber, LLP; and Diller Law, LLP), a noted consumer activist, and accomplished litigator, represents victims in wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury cases. He teaches advanced trial practices at the Trial School and is a frequent lecturer, serving pro bono for a variety of organizations, including the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.

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