I work for a very busy personal injury lawyer. We always have clients walking in and out of the doors. Our law office is open day and night, and there is always an attorney in the office. Most of the time, we keep the junior attorneys overnight. They don’t seem to mind, and the nights are usually quiet. The only time we are truly busy, is New Years Eve, Super Bowl Sunday, and St. Patrick’s Day. Believe it or not, those are the busiest days for lawyers, especially ones that practice in personal injury and accident cases. I work for Mr. Alberts, and he always has some strange clients in the building. Mr. Alberts never turns down any case, because he will fight with legal paperwork. Mr. Alberts is the king of paperwork. Noone in town likes to be against him in court, and some cases can drag on for years and years. We have one client that always tries to claim a personal injury. We have represented the guy for years, and he is starting to lose his mind. Every time he comes to the office, he makes us adjust the thermostat to 62 degrees. The thermostat has to be set to exactly 62 degrees. The guy thinks bugging devices can’t work if the air temperature is under 62 degrees. He thinks the government is spying on his house, car, and person. He even checks the thermostat on the way into the office. I try to protest to the crazy antics, but at $450/hr for each consultation, the lawyer will set the thermostat anywhere our client would like.