Partner Gerald Agnew was featured in the South Bay magazine article “Riding into the Future,” which discussed his commitment to competitive bicycle racing, philanthropy and law.

Mr. Agnew has been an avid track cycler since 2010. In 2012, a freak cycling accident left him with a broken neck; in the years since, he has dedicated himself to his recovery and rehabilitation, and has won medals at local, state, national and world competitions.

In addition to his passion for cycling, Mr. Agnew is also a dedicated philanthropist. He founded the AgnewBrusavich Scholarship, which aids local high school students in attending community college honors programs, and sponsors many cycling clubs and other community services and charities with his partner, Bruce Brusavich.

Mr. Agnew juggles these responsibilities with his legal work for AgnewBrusavich, building cases with the same tenacity with which he trains for races.

Through athletics, philanthropic efforts and his work with AgnewBrusavich, Mr. Agnew has touched many lives and continues to exemplify the values that have made him and his practice integral parts of the South Bay community.

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