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Our law firm has a trusted team of personal injury lawyers who have been helping injured people in Cleveland.
Ensuring the youth of Ohio receive a quality education is a cause that is near and dear to the hearts of the Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers at the law firm of Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy. That is why the firm participates in several organizations and activities that directly assist in that mission.
In order to help better serve schools in the city of Orange, Ohio, one of the firm’s attorneys was recently sworn in as a member of the Orange Schools Board of Education. As part of the position, they will be responsible for helping make decisions that determine the course of the city’s educational programs.
The firm, as a whole, is also doing its part to help improve school systems throughout the state of Ohio by sponsoring a program that collects donations for an organization known as The Literacy Cooperative. The group works with youth to ensure they are at a reading competency level acceptable for their age. To support this endeavor, for every new “Like” Nurenberg Paris' Facebook page receives throughout the month of February, the firm will donate $2 to the Literacy Cooperative’s cause.
The attorneys with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy believe giving back to the cities we serve is important, and we encourage anyone who is interested in keeping up with our philanthropy to follow our Facebook page or regularly check the Community Involvement section of our webpage.
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