Injury Attorneys in the Community

Here at Perenich Caulfield Avril & Noyes we believe that being a “good attorney” does not simply mean settling cases, but also means lifting up and supporting our community. That is why for over 60 years we have been actively hosting and sponsoring community based events and client appreciation events, such as our client appreciation picnic.

We are happy to announce that our efforts were recently recognized on the front page of The Florida Bar News for our annual Read and Play with Ponce De Leon Elementary School. Every year, our firm purchases one ball and one book for the 3rd grade students at Ponce De Leon to take home over the summer. The idea is that the book will give them something to keep their mind engaged, and the ball will give them a reason to stay active and healthy. We present these gifts to the students after also giving them a demonstration and tips on how to be safe over the summer. Whether its riding their bikes, walking down the street, riding in the car, or swimming in the pool or ocean, we make sure the kids go home for the summer knowing all the best safety practices.

Our next community event is scheduled for July 24, 2016 at Countryside Mall for the Westfield’s First Inclusion Back to School Bash. Children and families are invited to come out and participate in a scavenger hunt for school-supplies-filled bookbags and other fun activities. Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes will have a table set up where we will be greeting attendees and giving out free rulers, pencils, Band-Aids, and safety activity books for the kids.

As always, we hope to see many of our clients and friends in the Clearwater area.

 

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