Helping People in Many Ways: New York Car Accident Lawyer William Mattar Supports Upcoming 2018 ALS Walks

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William Mattar law offices encourage walkers to register for the ALS walks in Western and Central New York. Help support friends and neighbors who may be facing this devastating diagnosis.

Every 90 minutes, someone is diagnosed with ALS, and every 90 minutes someone loses their battle to this fatal disease.

Anyone living in or passing through New York State has probably come across a radio or television spot for William Mattar. Their spots can be seen and heard along with other attorneys, car dealerships, furniture stores and other types of businesses one would normally not use often, but they advertise so their services are thought of when needed. New York car accident attorney William Mattar has focused on helping people for over 20 years and it's not only clients. They continually focus on supporting organizations doing good in the community throughout the year, year after year.

In August and September of 2018, ads with William Mattar supporting the ALS Walks in Western and Central New York are airing, and a page with information can be found on the firm's website, Giving a voice to a cause is just a small part of the firm's presence in the community. Residents of Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, or Binghamton, New York are encouraged to join their local ALS walk:

  • Buffalo: Sunday, August 5th at Delaware Park
  • Binghamton: Sunday August 19 at En-Joie Golf Course
  • Rochester: Saturday, September 15 at Ontario Beach Park
  • Syracuse: Saturday, September 22 at Long Branch Park in Liverpool, NY:

There is still no known cure or effective treatment for Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. The following facts about the disease were issued by the ALS Association:

  • Every 90 minutes, someone is diagnosed with ALS, and every 90 minutes someone loses their battle to this fatal disease.
  • The average life span after diagnosis is 2-5 years.
  • Military veterans are twice as likely as the general population to die from ALS.
  • Living with ALS can cost more than $200,000 per year.
  • This progressive disease of the brain’s motor neurons leads to loss of motor skills, and in late stages, paralysis.

The Walk to Defeat ALS is the ALS Association’s largest fundraising event, and there are several walks in Western and Central New York coming up soon. Gather friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers, and sign a team up or donate today!

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