San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
The amazing volunteers who made the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis in San Antonio on December 7, 2013 a total success had a little help in the “wardrobe department” thanks to event sponsor Heard & Smith, a national disability law firm that concentrates on the disabled and the injured.
That’s because the firm proudly donated the t-shirts worn by volunteers, who generously gave of their time in support of the Arthritis Foundation’s inspiring mission to win the battle against arthritis. It was the first time that Heard & Smith sponsored the annual fundraising event, which is the nation’s largest holiday 5k race series.
“We feel very strongly about supporting the communities where we live and work,” commented Joshua C. Eyestone, one of the experienced SSD attorneys in Heard & Smith’s Social Security Disability Practice Group. “And just as it is in many other cities across the country, the Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis is truly one of the most remarkable events on the San Antonio fundraising calendar! It brings together diverse people and groups in a common cause. We were honored to be a first-time sponsor, and look forward to making this an annual part of our commitment to giving back to the community, and supporting a very worthy cause.”
For more information, contact Joshua C. Eyestone at jeyestone(at)heardandsmith(dot)com or 210-820-3737.
About Heard & Smith L.L.P.
Heard & Smith helps thousands of clients each year get the disability benefits they are entitled to. The national disability law practice group at Heard & Smith represents deserving clients in all 50 states. Heard & Smith specializes in representing the disabled in Social Security Disability (SSD), and Veterans (VA) Disability matters. Individuals who wish to learn more about SSD benefits can visit the Social Security Disability section of Heard & Smith’s website at http://www.heardandsmith.com/ssdi_ssi.html, which contains helpful articles, a glossary of SSD terms, SSD FAQs, links to additional SSD resources and more. Access to the section is free, and no sign-up is required.
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