The Injury Board is encouraging its members to come together for its first-ever Day of Action and Chaffin Luhana is participating to help local veterans in both New York and the Ohio Valley.
The “IB Day of Action” is a “nationwide community outreach” set for the first week of November 2014 and designed to help local veterans. At least 30 firms are planning to participate by donating items, volunteering their time, or both. The Injury Board was started in 2001 by attorneys who wanted to help find excellent legal counsel for those who were injured or involved in civil litigation. One of the main goals of the organization is to encourage law firms to give back to their communities. The first-ever IB Day of Action is just another way law firms that are a part of the IB give back.
Employees from the Chaffin Luhana New York, Weirton and Pittsburgh offices are purchasing clothing and hygiene products to deliver to the veterans. The funds for purchasing the donations are being supplied by the Chaffin Luhana Foundation, which was founded by partners Eric Chaffin and Roopal Luhana. The firm and foundation’s motto is “Doing Good by Doing Right.” The purchases will be donated to the Pittsburgh VA facility and the New York VA-Manhattan Campus on Thursday, November 6, 2014.
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.