He ultimately negotiated a settlement that allowed her to keep the $1,800 and also receive 10 additional months of unemployment compensation.
Taylor now has a new job and a clean slate to move on with her life. “Meeting Mr. Harp and learning there are other people out there like him doing work to help people like me really was a blessing,” she says.
“Volunteering is a great opportunity to be a vessel of help to those in need,” Harp says. “I have met some good people who have experienced a setback in life. I encourage attorneys to volunteer because those two hours spent volunteering has life-changing effects in clients’ lives.”