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How our Michigan Auto Law attorneys are giving back with charity

September 7, 2013 by Steven M. Gursten

Michigan Auto Law packs food for needy families at Forgotten Harvest.
Michigan Auto Law packs food for needy families at Forgotten Harvest.

The American Association for Justice, a national group of injury attorneys, has recently featured Michigan Auto Law in its Trial Lawyers Care project. Trial Lawyers Care recognizes trial attorneys who are contributing to their communities through charity and volunteering.

Our law firm has been helping auto accident victims for more than 50 years, and not just in the courtroom. Because we are attorneys who specialize in automobile accidents, our law firm leads up initiatives to promote and improve safety related to driving, from speaking to students about the dangers of distracted driving, to getting out there and cleaning up our Michigan highways.

We also make donations and participate in public service work, like volunteering at metro Detroit food banks and raising money for charity through sports rivalry challenges.

As I told the American Association for Justice, “We are proud to be lawyers who help people. That is what we do. And giving back is just one more way that we can live and demonstrate our values.”

You can read about our law firm’s charitable endeavors in the AAJ story here:

Michigan Auto Law has college rivalry benefit community.

The American Association for Justice is the nation’s largest injury attorney group, with more than 50,000 lawyer members who work together to protect accident victims and those harmed by large corporations.

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