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Each month, the Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy give back to the community they serve by sponsoring a local organization. The firm then donates $2 to the organization for each “Like” received on Facebook during that month.
Throughout the month of January, the team of attorneys worked with the Beachwood High School Speech and Debate Team. The team competes against other teams from around the state and country as part of the National Forensic League and Ohio High School Speech League.
The group recently successfully competed in at the Solon Tournament, where junior Jonathon Shapiro took home two awards, a second-place finish in United States Extemporaneous Speaking, and eighth place in International Extemporaneous Speaking. Now the team will travel to Cleveland for a tournament to determine who will compete in the state competition.
The firm wishes the team luck in their endeavors throughout the remainder of the season and encourage citizens to help the team along the way through donations being made by liking our Facebook page. The firm also suggests staying informed with our Community Involvement by regularly checking our webpage!
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