St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) November 08, 2012
Schultz Legal Group, a personal injury law firm in St. Louis, Missouri, has committed itself to supporting several charities. On the firm’s list of charities is St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Foundation for Children with Cancer. Schultz legal Group is committed helping people in St. Louis by offering them high-quality legal advocacy after an accident. The firm provides representation for accident victims who have been hurt because of someone else’s careless or negligent behavior. Their dedication to helping people extends to helping charities by donating time and money.
Helping other is part of the firm’s philosophy. As personal injury attorneys, the legal team at the firm understands the importance of giving back. They have pledged to support these charities through financial donations and by providing service. The National MS Society is committed to creating a world that is MS-free. St. Louis is included in The Gateway Area Chapter of the society, serving individuals living under the burden of MS in Missouri and Illinois. The Chapter serves more than 6,800 individuals spread over 90 counties who suffer from MS.
The foundation for Children with Cancer is dedicated to providing financial aid to families with children affected by cancer. The foundation helps families by making mortgage payments, paying insurance premiums and helping pay utility bills. This way, children can experience the highest possible level of normality during their cancer treatment so that they can focus on recovery. According to the foundation, about 12,400 cases of childhood cancer are diagnosed every year. Approximately 25% of children diagnosed with pediatric cancer do not survive. Through financial assistance, the foundation helps families focus on their child’s journey toward recovery.
Schultz legal Group also supports St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. St. Jude is a research hospital in St. Louis that is dedicated to researching genetic changes that result in pediatric cancer. Simply put, researchers at the hospital strive to understand the genetic origins of cancer in children. The hospital’s research focuses on childhood leukemia, bone tumors, brain tumors and other cancers. The hospital opened in 1962. Since then it has made considerable efforts to further cancer research. St. Jude is focused on changing the lives of the children treated there and the world as a whole. To learn more about Schultz Legal Group and its commitment to helping others, visit the firm’s website at http://www.SchultzLegalGroup.com.