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Mon 15 May, 2023 # News

Hand Arendall Harrison Sale Hosts Grand Reopening of Panama City Beach Office

Hand Arendall Harrison Sale LLC is hosting a Grand Reopening with Ribbon Cutting and Open House on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.

“We’ve expanded our offices in Panama City Beach, and we look forward to celebrating this with our clients, friends and the community on Wednesday. It’s a reopening because we have had offices in PCB for several years but with our substantial growth, we had to look for additional space.  We have added two new attorneys in the last few weeks and with this location near the intersection of Florida HWY 79 and Panama City Beach Parkway, we are positioned in a prime location to serve our beach community,” said Franklin Harrison, managing lawyer of Hand Arendall Harrison Sale LLC Florida.

The new office suite is located at 16901 Panama City Beach Parkway, Suite 200.  The firm has seven additional offices throughout Alabama and Northwest Florida. The office in Panama City Beach is the eighth.

The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Bay County Chamber of Commerce will host the ribbon cutting ceremony.

About Hand Arendall Harrison Sale LLC

Hand Arendall Harrison Sale provides its clients with legal services in all areas of traditional civil practice.

The Alabama firm, Hand Arendall, was organized in 1941, and the Florida firm, Harrison Sale McCloy, was organized in 1984. After merging the two firms in 2018 to become Hand Arendall Harrison Sale, the firm is one of the largest law firms in the region with more than 90 attorneys. The firm has a fundamental commitment to creating long-lasting relationships. Cases and projects are staffed with the goal of achieving success for the client with maximum efficiency. With offices in Mobile, Birmingham, Fairhope and Athens, Alabama; and Destin, Panama City, Panama City Beach, and Santa Rosa, Florida, the firm is uniquely situated among the Southeast’s major law firms to provide legal direction to clients throughout Alabama, Northwest Florida and Mississippi.