Percentage of Firm’s Profits Donated to Charities

In keeping with our law firm’s principles, every year we donate a portion of our law firm’s profits to charities both domestically and abroad. Our law firm believes it is our social responsibility to financially support nonprofit and charitable organizations.

The Hebrew word tzedakah means “justice” or “righteousness”, and is most commonly associated with charitable giving. The mitzvah of donating to charity is a core principle here at our law firm, and in the six+ years since opening our doors, we have donated over $300,000 to charity.

We recently donated $100,000 to three organizations: $33,334 to the Against Malaria Foundation which bought thousands of insecticidal mosquito-fighting nets to protect families from malaria, $33,334 to Evidence Action’s “Deworm the World Initiative” which paid for thousands of deworming medication tablets to help children suffering from parasites, and $33,334 to GiveDirectly which helped extremely low-income families afford basic necessities.

For so long as our law firm continues winning verdicts and settlements for our clients and their families, our law firm will continue to donate a portion of our law firm’s profits to nonprofit and charitable organizations here in Georgia and in countries overseas.

Pro Bono Cases

Each year we take on a few cases pro bono, meaning we work for free and do not charge our client any money for our work.

In June of 2020, we helped the parents of a young man who was killed.  The young man’s parents lived out of state and we did everything through Zoom and by email.  Despite the evidence being stacked against the young man, we managed to track down witnesses who shared testimony that conflicted with the investigating officer and established that the young man was mostly innocent. The results of our investigation meant that the car insurance had to pay the parents.  Though we did not get paid any fee for the time we spent, the feeling we experienced when we shared the good news with the young man’s parents was worth far more than any legal fee.

In September of 2020–another pro bono case–we helped a young mother of five recover from a severe crash. Despite the insurance coverage being the state’s minimum limits (i.e. $25,000), we filed a lawsuit at no cost to this young mother and we spent months litigating and then negotiating with the medical providers and lienholders. Our client ended up with enough money to pay off her medical bills, her lien holders, and keep several thousand dollars to spend on her children. Again, though we did not take any fee, we did take pride in changing this young mother’s life.

While we wish we could take on more cases each year on a pro bono basis, we are very proud of the work we have done and continue to do.  We’ve developed life-lasting friendships with the wonderful families we have met and represented through our pro bono representation.

Supporting the Fight Against COVID-19

Months ago when the COVID-19 crisis struck, we quickly stepped up to help Georgians across our state. We were one of the very first law firms to donate to causes we believed in.  Early on, we made significant financial contributions to:

  • the Atlanta Community Food Bank so that families wouldn’t go without eating;
  • Emory University, specifically the Emory COVID-19 Impact Fund, so that medical professionals could work with more safety equipment; and
  • Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (“CHOA”) where Darren and Lana have personally taken their boys for care, and where Lana worked as a pediatric physical therapist for over a decade!

The bottom-line is our Georgia based personal injury law firm tries to help where we can, when we can, and however we can.  If you have a cause that you believe in, or are looking for help on some particular legal matter, you are welcome to call us at 404-JUSTICE or contact us via email.