Charity Work From the Pittsburgh Injury Attorneys at Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C.
t Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., we are committed to making a difference in the lives of those who are suffering. We have witnessed firsthand the devastation caused by serious injuries and illness, which is why we support nonprofit organizations throughout our community and beyond.
Through donations and community involvement, our personal injury lawyers in Pittsburgh assist the following charities on an ongoing basis:
- The Make-A-Wish Foundation is dedicated to enriching children with life-threatening or serious medical conditions by granting wishes. Our employees make regular donations through our casual Fridays program, and the firm provides matching donations. At end of year, we are able to fulfill the wish of at least one child.
- Alliance for Infants and Toddlers helps families locate the most appropriate services for children who may be developmentally delayed. Our employees shop for blankets and toys for children in the program who need these items.
- Presents for Patients raises gifts and arranges visits for people in nursing and personal care homes in Pennsylvania and throughout the region. Our employees fulfill patient requests for items and present them in person to those in need.
We are a family-owned business built on the foundation of exceptional, compassionate client service.
Our Pittsburgh personal injury attorneys have helped people have a voice in the legal system for more than 36 years. Our clients receive personal attention, experienced counsel, professionalism, and representation by attorneys with a proven record of success.
To learn more about our firm's charity work and our legal services, please contact us online or call (844) 383-0565. Our lawyers offer free consultations to all personal injury victims and their families. We handle a wide range of cases and clients, from those who have suffered an injury in a car accident to cases of nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, and prescription drug liability.