Galfand Berger to Receive White Hat Award

Galfand Berger has long supported the efforts of the Legal Clinic for the Disabled (LCD).

LCD will host its 2014 Silent Auction on Friday, November 14 at the Radisson Blu Warwick. The Silent Auction is LCD’s primary event fundraiser. This year, the event is especially important to our firm since Galfand Berger is receiving the “White Hat Award.” This prestigious award recognizes an individual and organization that truly exemplify the spirit of service. As a firm committed to community service, Galfand Berger is honored to receive this award.

The White Hat award honors the efforts of everyone at Galfand Berger who has committed time and resources to LCD. However, a special thanks is owed to Debra Jensen, our firm’s managing partner, who has cultivated this relationship, and to each attorney who has donated their time and knowledge to LCD.

LCD provides free high-quality legal services to low-income people with physical disabilities and to the deaf and hard of hearing in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties, Pennsylvania. Learn more about this organization here: http://www.lcdphila.org/.

Galfand Berger has been championing the rights of injured workers, consumers and individuals since 1947. We founded the firm more than 65 years ago with one goal: to secure full and just compensation for people who have suffered injustices and injuries. Galfand Berger remains true to that mission today. Call our firm for a free consultation at 1-800-222-8792 or contact us by mail at mail@galfandberger.com.

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Debra A. Jensen

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Member at firm Galfand Berger LLP

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