Veterans Day is Tuesday, November 11, 2014, a day to recognize the men and women who have risked their lives to protect our country.
Lawsuit Financial is taking part in this day of remembrance and helping local veterans in the first-ever “Injury Board Day of Action” (#IBDayofAction). The Injury Board (IB) was started in 2001 by attorneys who wanted to help those injured and facing a civil litigation matter find legal representation. Being a part of this community also means getting involved and giving back. Members make an ongoing promise to donate a portion of their time, talent and resources to local causes and non-profit organizations in order to help make where they live a better place for everyone.
On November 10, Lawsuit Financial will be spending the day volunteering at the Detroit VA facility. We will also be donating hygiene kits. We encourage everyone to join us by contacting Jennifer Geiringer at 1-877-377-7848 or [email protected]
No matter how big or small, your contribution it can make a difference.
About Lawsuit Financial
Lawsuit Financial, Inc., is an attorney owned and operated full service legal finance company that strategically enhances case value by providing cash advances to plaintiffs in pending litigation. Mark Bello, CEO and General Counsel, is recognized as an expert in this field, both as an underwriter of these transactions and as an advocate for appropriate treatment of plaintiffs/clients in this industry and in litigation. For more information, visit www.lawsuitfinancial.com.
About Guiltless Giving
Guiltless Giving, LLC was founded in 2006 by a 9-year-old boy in San Diego. The organization aims to help those who are homeless by producing personal hygiene kits that include everyday essentials and a reference card. For more information, visit guiltlessgiving.com.
About The Injury Board
Injury Board is a professional association of trial attorneys who pool their time, talents and resources to expand the footprint of grassroots organizations. In doing so, the association aims to contribute to the strengthening of our communities. For more information, visit injuryboard.org.