New York, NY (PRWEB) November 06, 2013
Block O'Toole & Murphy, LLP hosted its annual Autumn Wine Tasting Event to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on October 17, 2013 at Guastavino's in Manhattan. The event was a success, drawing more than 500 guests and raising over $420,000 for this wonderful cause.
Block O'Toole & Murphy is a New York personal injury law firm that believes in helping those in need. That mission extends to its representation of its injury victims, for whom they have recovered over $700 Million in top injury verdicts and settlements. Those multi-million dollar results include recoveries for clients who were hurt in construction accidents, motor vehicle collisions, by acts of medical malpractice and other negligence. The firm also supports a number of charitable causes, and none are more important than St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
St. Jude is devoted to the treatment and research of catastrophic pediatric diseases such as cancer. The organization stays true to its amazing pledge that no patient ever pays for anything at St. Jude. This information, and much more about the incredible efforts of St. Jude, can be found at their website - http://www.stjude.org.
The event, as always, featured a wide and delicious array of food and wines, as well as a variety of exciting auction items. Event Chairman and firm Partner Stephen Murphy commented, "Every year our firm looks forward to rolling up our sleeves and working to make the St. Jude Wine Tasting Event successful. It is all about helping kids in need. We are very proud of the success of this year's event, but recognize that the challenges facing St. Jude require us to remain vigilant in our support of this amazing cause." Firm Partners Jeffrey Block, Daniel O'Toole and David Scher round out the Event's Committee.
Block O'Toole & Murphy, LLP and its team of skilled New York accident attorneys can always be reached for a free consultation by calling: (212) 736-5300.
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