As the COVID pandemic continues nationwide, local merchants, restaurateurs, and community members are still feeling the impact of an uncertain economy and fears over what may come next.
To help support the community, the Injury Board’s Day Of Action – The Community Resource Project – will be geared towards helping our local businesses, healthcare workers and support agencies during these uncertain times. The Day of Action is a collaborative effort by the nation’s leading plaintiff’s attorneys to make a difference in their local communities.
Fulmer Sill is working to bring a bit of stability to those who need it most. As part of the Day of Action, our firm will be purchasing gift cards to local restaurants and donating them to healthcare workers and community agencies.
“We know that the COVID situation is different in every community across the country,” said Attorney Tom Young, founder of Injury Board. “But the need to support local merchants and community members is not. Everyone was hit hard the pandemic, and in many locations, the economic and stability issues continue. Our members are pillars of their communities, who want to help those who deserve help to keep moving forward. Uncertainty may be the new normal for quite some time.”
If you’d like to join forces with our firm during the Day of Action, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team. We appreciate your support!