We at Milestone believe that doing our best to serve the civil justice community means offering cutting edge access to important resources online. Earlier this year, we began the process of a brand refresh that speaks to what we are today. In June, we announced completion of the first phase: a new logo. Today, we’re excited to share an even bigger piece of our rebrand. An all-new website is now available for prospective and current clients, civil justice colleagues, and members of the public looking for information. We welcome you to visit www.milestoneseventh.com to check out our new digs.
It’s not always intuitive or easy to explain what settlement planning means, or what we do. We aimed to simplify our website so attorneys and plaintiffs can get a glimpse at the range of services we offer – but we always encourage anyone to call or email us if they have specific questions or would like more information. A consultation with us will never cost you a thing.
The clean and sleek design allows us to showcase our areas of expertise. Since we are so proud of our team, we added individual bios so you can learn more about who we are and why we do what we do. Our mission and values, and our approach to settlement planning, both previously buried on the old site, are now easier to digest. The overall manageable and smooth navigation of the site is a big improvement from what we had before.
While the color scheme of the new logo and website is not a total departure from our original Milestone green, it nods to the previous color scheme while giving it a bolder, more distinct, refresh. Green represents growth and new life, which is why we’ve always gravitated toward it for the work that we do. The newly-incorporated mint is calming, and the white accents help make everything seem a little more three-dimensional.
Milestone is all about helping people live their best lives through smart financial planning after settlement. Since we started the company in 2012, our team has worked with thousands of plaintiffs, their family members, and lawyers. A lot has changed since then, but our mission remains the same: secure our clients’ futures by finding the path that enables them to manage their needs now and for as long as possible. Like in everything else we do, we took on this project with intention and focus, and we worked hard to find a solution that we felt was tailor-made for us.
A West Point graduate where he served as captain and military aviator, John Bair continues his commitment to our country through his efforts within the settlement planning industry. He has represented families of victims lost in the Flight 3407 crash, offered pro bono services to the families of 9/11 victims and drafted the first consumer protection bill for plaintiffs (H.R. 3699).