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Sokolove Law Supports United Cerebral Palsy on #GivingTuesday
Date:12/4/2013

WELLESLEY, MA (PRWEB) December 04, 2013

December 3, 2013 — Sokolove Law made a donation to United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) as part of the second annual #GivingTuesday (#GT), a national day of giving that follows Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, to celebrate and encourage charitable activities and selflessness in support of non-profit organizations. Sokolove Law, a leader in helping people obtain access to the civil justice system, supports UCP and their mission to advance the independence, productivity, and full citizenship of people with a spectrum of disabilities.

“We often lose ourselves in the retail hustle of the holidays and forget what this time of year is meant to symbolize” said Michael Skoler, Chief Executive Officer at Sokolove Law. “We were inspired by the #GivingTuesday movement and wanted to show our appreciation to UCP. Their commitment to furthering the rights of both children and adults with disabilities is commendable and embodies so much of what we believe in here at Sokolove Law.”

The donation renews a community outreach commitment, dedicated to making the communities where its employees live, work, and socialize better for everyone. During 2014, Sokolove Law will continue giving back to both local and national organizations.

About Sokolove Law
Sokolove Law provides quality legal services that help people obtain access to the civil justice system. With over 30 years of service, Sokolove Law has helped thousands of injured parties obtain the compensation they deserve from their legal claims. Case types we handle include mesothelioma, cerebral palsy and other birth injuries, nursing home abuse, dangerous drugs, disability insurance denial, and medical malpractice. Sokolove Law has 47 offices nationwide. For more information on Sokolove Law, please visit http://www.sokolovelaw.com or follow us on Twitter @SokoloveLaw.

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