WV Personal Injury Lawyers Raise $11,500 for Covenant House

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The personal injury lawyers from Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC recently raised $11,500 for a local West Virginia Organization, Covenant House.

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Just as Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC has demonstrated throughout the years the firm has been guiding injured victims and families through the legal process, Covenant House is truly a place for people in need.

On June 24, 2013, Attorneys Jon Mani and Bernie Layne of Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC presented local West Virginia organization Covenant House with $11,500 in donations raised from trial lawyers across the state. The charitable effort was a product of the West Virginia Association for Justice (WVAJ) New Lawyers Division’s 2013 spring community service project. The WVAJ is a professional legal organization that represents more than 500 plaintiffs’ attorneys throughout West Virginia and the surrounding states. Members of WVAJ regularly strive to preserve and improve local civil justice systems and promote community strength by organizing various charitable events and drives.

Attorneys Mani and Layne – who is President of WVAJ – presented the donations to Covenant House Executive Director Ellen Allen and President Ed Weber. A firm that is also committed to giving back to the community and to local residents who continually place their trust in the firm’s legal team during the personal injury claim process, Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC was proud to participate in the event.

Located in Charleston, Covenant House is a community-based organization that has been serving as an important social safety net for vulnerable and disenfranchised families and individuals in the Kanawha Valley for more than 30 years. The center provides local residents with assistance for basic necessities and housing, as well as a safe place for those who have nowhere else to turn for help. Covenant House is also instrumental in advocating on behalf of the residents they serve, providing them with a voice in the local political landscape and a stronger sense of community.

Just as Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC has demonstrated throughout the years the firm has been guiding injured victims and families through the legal process, Covenant House is truly a place for people in need. Attorneys Mani and Layne look forward to future partnerships with Covenant House as they strive for social justice and personal involvement in the community. To learn more about Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC, visit http://www.yourwvinjuryattorneys.com/.

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