The Chaffin Luhana Foundation is sponsoring the first-ever CLF Driver Awareness (DRAW) Challenge for students. The Challenge is part of the Foundation and Firm’s efforts to drive down the staggering numbers of people injured or killed in distracted driving accidents each year.
Kelly Camarote, the First Contact Manager at the Firm and Foundation Spokesperson/Paralympian Stephani Victor spoke out on Money for Lunch Radio on Thursday, December 11, 2014.
Ms. Camarote organized several EndDD (end distracted driving) presentations at schools across the Ohio Valley in 2014. Eric Chaffin, a Foundation trustee, and Ms. Victor teamed up to make the presentation to those schools which included Oak Glen, Quaker Valley, Wheeling Park and Weir High. During those presentations they also spoke to students about the DRAW Challenge. The DRAW Challenge encourages students to develop and submit their own real-world solution, via a 90 second video, to engage, educate and empower others to help end distracted driving.
The winners of the 2015 CLF DRAW Challenge will be announced in January 2016.
Find out more about the CLF DRAW Challenge and the Grand Prize Information including an all-expense paid trip to Park City, Utah to ski the slopes with Paralympian Stephani Victor, and scholarship prizes right here.
Make sure to tune in tomorrow afternoon to learn more about the Challenge!
Exclusively focused on representing plaintiffs, especially in mass tort litigation, Eric Chaffin prides himself on providing unsurpassed professional legal services in pursuit of the specific goals of his clients and their families. Both his work and his cases have been featured in the national press, including on ABC’s Good Morning America.