The names Bob, Bob Loblaw im a 34 year old trial lawyer from LA, born and raised, the moments before what occurred have gotten blurry as time goes on I try to forget the dreadful events that happened that day, time helps relieve the pain but it's always still there. Knowing i’ll never see my family or friends again is one of the hardest things anyone should have to deal with. But enough with that, let's get into what I did during the happier days of my life. If there's one thing I'm going to remember to the day I die it's the good times, and that was when I ran my own thriving law firm in the heart of Los Angeles, California. Loblaw, and associates was one of the most prestigious and acclaimed law firm in the city in which I helped criminals, businesses, and people alike escape there imminent doom. It took years of hard work, and patience to get it, to where it was, and it was all for nothing in the end. I would have been better off being a beggar in the streets with what's happened to this world.
The days leading up to the events i was with a wealthy Russian client Kulikov Sergei Vadimovich, one of the few Russian oligarchs trying to do something good with his time on the earth. We were in one of the more remote areas where he was trying to help improve the citizens lives, however he could. We were in the Chernarus region at the time which I personally had read about and fell in love, for the culture that the region had. The reason we were in such as place was they were in need of a new hospital to prepare for a supposed outbreak, or something along those lines. We were attempting to bargain with the local crime syndicates to allow us to use there unionized workers so we could get the project completed as quickly as possible. I remember the plane ride there, as I boarded the plane I had this pain in my stomach like a gut feeling telling me to stay away, and it felt as if it was a bad idea to listen to my gut as this was our single biggest client and his business could make or break the firm's year, and I couldn't risk to send a senior or junior partner. Of course I ignored these feelings and well we all know what happened next.
But If there's one thing I want to do in this world no matter the conditions its strive to survive ... The world not being as lawful as it once was, as gone are the days of the courthouses, county jails, prisons, and trials. I'll have to adapt using my previous lawyer experience to help me negotiate and become a successful trader in this post apocalyptic world. Considering my firm was successful on the fact we got our clients what they needed at the price they needed. The same could be done for me in this world, to help me and my organization succeed whoever that might end up being.