Frenkel & Frenkel Support Local MADD North Texas Event

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Dallas-based law firm helps raise money for Walk Like MADD

We want to encourage people to participate in this walk and support their local chapter of MADD through attending or even volunteering.

Frenkel & Frenkel, a Dallas based personal injury law firm, is proud to support MADD North Texas and their Walk Like MADD event.

Walk Like MADD is a chance for people to get out and help raise money in support of MADD. This year’s event is on April 2, 2011 and will take place at the Irving Convention Center in Irving, TX. The convention center will allow for many more activities than years in the past. Opening Ceremonies begin at 8:30 AM and the walking begins at 9:00 AM. All of the extra activities going on in and around the convention center will continue until 12:00 PM. Walkers for the event are encouraged to sign up individually or with teams, and volunteers for the event are always welcome to sign up through the website.

“MADD is a great organization with that has values that are dear to us,” said Mark Frenkel, partner at Frenkel & Frenkel Law Firm, “supporting them is something that we take pride in. We have worked cases and seen the pain and devastation of families that suffer from the actions of an intoxicated driver. We want to encourage people to participate in this walk and support their local chapter of MADD through attending or even volunteering. ”

Frenkel & Frenkel support MADD and their efforts to eradicate drunk driving and educate the public on the dangers and risks of driving intoxicated.

About Frenkel & Frenkel

Since 1993, Frenkel & Frenkel has represented people in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and throughout Texas who have been injured as a result of others’ negligence. Frenkel & Frenkel are also one of the few law firms that will accept consumer law cases, aggressively pursuing fraud claims for clients harmed by unethical and deceptive business practices, as well as abusive debt collectors.

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