Rescue Riders Receive Training for 350 New Volunteers in Illinois and
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- With motorcycle fatalities on the rise, there is an increasing need for trained volunteer emergency responders. Hupy & Abraham, S.C. is helping to address that need with a donation to the Rescue Riders, a volunteer group of motorcyclists who are trained in emergency response and then aligned with local professional emergency response agencies. The donation will provide training for 350 new Rescue Riders volunteers in Illinois and Wisconsin.
"There is a great need for trained volunteer responders not only on the scenes of accidents but also in the event of larger emergencies," said Michael Hupy, president of Hupy & Abraham, S.C. "We commend the efforts of the Rescue Riders in educating motorcyclists, and are pleased to present this donation to help support this endeavor in Wisconsin and Illinois."
"We are grateful for Hupy & Abraham's support of our program," noted Dean Akey, founder of Rescue Riders. "This will provide a critical resource for motorcyclists across the region."
The donation will be used to recruit, educate and organize volunteer motorcyclists to provide emergency assistance in times of need, training them in first aid, CPR and basic medical triage. For more information, please visit http://www.hupy.com or http://www.rescueriders.org.
ABOUT HUPY & ABRAHAM, S.C.
Hupy and Abraham, S.C., has a proven record of success in driving results for injured bikers and settlements in other serious cases. Founded in 1964, Hupy & Abraham, S.C.'s lawyers have combined experience of over 125 years, handling thousands of cases from routine accidents to those resulting in multi-million dollar settlements. Hupy and Abraham accepts cases nationwide, with offices in Milwaukee, Madison and Appleton, Wisconsin and in Bloomington/Normal, Peoria, Rockford, Decatur and Gurnee, Illinois. For more information, please call 1-800-800-5678 or visit http://www.hupy.com.
ABOUT RESCUE RIDERS
The nonprofit Rescue Riders is based out of St. Charles, IL and was founded by Dean Akey four years ago after his involvement in a motorcycle traffic accident. Akey has become an expert in first aid, CPR, basic medical triage and accident scene management and now provides training and tools to fellow volunteer bikers to become first responders as Rescue Riders. Rescue Riders offer assistance on an individual basis and directly support the professional emergency response organizations in their communities. For more information, please call 630-444-0588 or visit http://www.rescueriders.org.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Marie Maas, (414) 390-5500
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