O’Donnell Law Offices Raise Student Awareness on the Hazards of Distracted Driving

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Kingston, PA Attorneys Neil O’Donnell and Michael O’Donnell of O’Donnell Law Offices recently spoke to students at Meyers High School to raise student awareness on the hazards of distracted driving.

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We are happy to lend our firm’s support to this important initiative and the memory of Casey Feldman.

Their presentation was in conjunction with an initiative through the Pennsylvania Association of Justice know as End Distracted Driving (EndDD)‘s Student Awareness program. EndDD was founded by Pennsylvania trial lawyer and father, Joel Feldman, and his wife, Diane, after their daughter, Casey, was fatally struck by a distracted driver in 2009. The Feldman family wanted to do something in Casey’s name to help younger people be safer and have the opportunity to lead full lives.

With the help of Sixty for Safety, the American Association for Justice, the Pennsylvania Association of Justice and Anapol Schwartz, the Feldman family has reached thousands of high school students as part of this pilot program. The goal is to reach 250,000 students across the country.

Michael O’Donnell commented, “It was great to visit our alma mater and make this important presentation. We recognize the many dangers associated with distracted driving and are passionate about protecting our loved ones. We are happy to lend our firm’s support to this important initiative and the memory of Casey Feldman.”

About O’Donnell Law
O’Donnell Law Offices is a Northeastern Pennsylvania personal injury law firm which has successfully represented numerous individuals and families who have been seriously injured or lost a family member due to an accident, defective product or medical mistake. The firm is located in Kingston, Pennsylvania, and their highly skilled attorneys are focused on providing the personal care and attention clients expect from a dedicated law firm. For more information on O’Donnell Law, visit http://www.odonnell-law.com or call 570.821.5717.

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