Noblely Yvonne Lawson Assistance Fund
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) July 24, 2009 -
The good news is that Noblely Lawson's medical condition is beginning to improve. Noblely is the one-year-old baby girl who was critically injured after she and her family were mowed down by a careless driver as they pushed Noblely's stroller down Sharon Road West in south Charlotte on July 6th. The pressure on Noblely's brain has been greatly reduced and she has been taken off medication that was temporarily paralyzing her. She has begun to respond, smiling more, moving her mouth and opening her right eye. Her left eye is badly damaged from the orbital fractures she received as a result of the accident.
The bad news is that if her parents aren't able to obtain suitable living arrangements in a house or an apartment on the ground floor, DSS will take Noblely away from them. Noblely's parents, Summer Brown, 16 and Shane Lawson, 19, currently have no permanent place to live. Before the accident they had been living with Shane's brother at a week-to-week motel. Since the accident, Shane has been staying at the hospital with Noblely but will have to return to his job at Wendy's next week in order to keep it.
An assistance fund has been established for Noblely with the goal of collecting enough money to prepay a year's worth of rent in a suitable house or apartment. DSS will inspect the premises before Noblely will be allowed to live there with her parents. Contributions of meal vouchers are being sought for the parents, who are spending their time at the hospital with Noblely. To date, Mama Ricotta's and Outback Steakhouse on East Boulevard have each provided a meal to the parents.
Donations may be made to the "Noblely Yvonne Lawson Assistance Fund" at any branch of Wachovia bank or they can be mailed to:
Wachovia Bank, NA
Attn: Noblely Yvonne Lawson Assistance Fund
PO Box 26090
Richmond, VA 23260-6090
Please make checks payable to the Noblely Yvonne Lawson Assistance Fund c/o the fund's administrator, David B. Pevney, Attorney at Law, PLLC.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release contact Leslie Brooks at 336 889-2899.