Frank Darras, Insurance Lawyer To College and Pro Athletes, Extends Helping Hand To Young Players During The Holidays

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DarrasLaw is founded on the principle of paying it forward to those in need. This year, America's top disability firm provides sports equipment and financial support to a worthy cause: Pitch In For Baseball.

Frank N. Darras, Insurance Lawyer to Elite College & Pro Athletes

Frank N. Darras, Insurance Lawyer to Elite College & Pro Athletes

We’re giving these children the chance to be active, healthy and engaged by playing the sport they love.

As the leading insurance law firm to elite college and pro athletes, DarrasLaw sees the importance of athletics from an early age. This month, the firm’s pay-it-forward business strategy has one special goal: to help children “play it forward” with new baseball equipment. As part of its holiday giving, DarrasLaw is honoring young athletes across America through the Pitch In For Baseball organization.

“There is a troubling financial gap that prevents many children from playing the sport they love,” says Frank Darras, insurance lawyer to elite college and pro athletes. “Some of these children could be future all-stars who won’t play because they lack the right equipment. Organizations like Pitch In For Baseball can level the playing field, and we’re honored to support them this holiday season.”

DarrasLaw donated new, custom-made baseballs as well as the funding to supply two full teams with uniforms and equipment. This donation, along with others made to Pitch In For Baseball, will be distributed through one of the organizations three key programs:

Domestic and international equipment grants - These grants are designed to help leagues, teams, and community organizations around the globe get the equipment needed to play baseball or softball.

School based program - PIFB partners with schools and districts to start, continue or expand baseball and/or softball programs amidst growing budget deficits.

Disaster relief program – Children who are affected by tragedy can find that baseball helps restore a sense of normalcy amidst chaos. PIFB has helped dozens of communities around the globe including NY/NJ shoreline following Hurricane Sandy, Joplin, MO,. the Gulf Coast region and Japan.

“We have helped countless college and professional athletes recover their wrongfully denied insurance benefits,” Darras says. “We work hard every day to fight for the athlete’s right to the disability or drop in slot protection benefits he or she paid for and deserve. Children deprived of the right to play because they lack equipment also deserve strong advocates. We’re giving these children the chance to be active, healthy and engaged by playing the sport they love. I can’t think of a better way to give back to the young superstars-to-be in our athletic community.”

About DarrasLaw
DarrasLaw is the nation's top disability insurance litigation firm. Led by Frank Darras, the firm reviews more than 2,500 claims a month from all across America. With its 100 years of insurance and hard-fought litigation experience, DarrasLaw has seen, evaluated, litigated, and resolved more disability and long-term care cases than any disability and long-term care litigation firm in the United States.

The law firm is literally in a disability league of their own, representing clients of all backgrounds, from professional athletes to dockworkers to CEOs. DarrasLaw operates under a "pay it forward" philosophy and offers free insurance consultations, free policy analysis and free claim advice and help. DarrasLaw has recovered nearly $800 million in wrongfully denied insurance benefits and holds Big Insurance companies accountable.

About Pitch In For Baseball
Based outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Pitch In For Baseball® (PIFB) is a registered 501(c)(3) not for profit organization that provides new and gently used baseball and softball equipment to boys and girls in the United States and around the world who want to play ball but lack the equipment to do so. PIFB helps reduce barriers to play by providing equipment grants directly to leagues, schools, and organizations around the world to start, continue, and/or expand their youth baseball programs. PIFB has distributed equipment and uniforms to more than 80 countries worldwide and more than 450 communities around the United States impacting over 400,000 children in need.

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