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Crumley Roberts Reaffirms Its Commitment To Stand Up for Clients, Employees and Communities During the COVID-19 Outbreak

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Crumley Roberts is a 30-year-old consumer-based law firm with offices, partnerships and affiliations throughout the United States. Led by President and CEO Chris Roberts, along with a team of Vice Presidents and Attorney Shareholders, the law firm remains committed to STANDING UP for its clients, for its communities and for its employees through legal practice groups and through community and employee programs offered through The Roberts Center for Leadership, Education, Advancement and Development.

In these days of uncertainty, Crumley Roberts remains committed to its core values to Care Like Family, Listen to Learn and Do What's Right by helping its clients, employees and communities continue moving forward. Utilizing plans developed and put in place by its Executive Team, Crumley Roberts continues its mission of service while protecting its employees and while following guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Regional offices in North Carolina cities Greensboro and Charlotte, in Columbia, South Carolina and in Birmingham, Alabama remain open to serve clients while offering safe meeting areas for the protection of those clients and the protection of members of the Crumley Roberts Family. All other offices will remain open by appointment.

Clients may also choose to meet with their legal team via video conferencing and have an ability to exchange documents and/or information about their case through the Crumley Roberts MyCaseConnection(tm) Client Portal. Crumley Roberts Representatives remain ready to assist current and potential clients twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The firm encourages and welcomes calls from all who have questions regarding a current case or who need help in anyway.

"If we cannot help you, we have made a commitment to find someone who can. We are open for business," said Chris Roberts, President and CEO.

Crumley Roberts and The Roberts Center have also made a commitment to remain engaged in the community during this time of physical distancing by reaching out and offering Facebook Live Sessions. Beginning at 11 a.m. each day and lasting for a period of 15 to 30 minutes, Cory Phillips, Director of The Roberts Center, will offer real-time learning opportunities devoted to non-profit leadership; personal development; strategies to engage from a distance; children's health, wellness and safety; and scholarship opportunities. Cory will offer virtual Crumley Roberts Kids Zone experiences and also a behind-the-scenes look at the Crumley Roberts Employee Wellness Program that remains dedicated to the physical, spiritual, emotional, occupational and environmental well-being of each Crumley Roberts employee. Members of the community are invited to like and follow Crumley Roberts on Facebook and Instagram to be a part of these sessions or for more information.

"At Crumley Roberts, we believe these are the days that define who people and frankly who companies really are at their core. These times of uncertainty will pass, but the knowledge of how we acted and reacted as human beings will remain. Take care of yourselves and please take care of each other. We are here for you if you need us and will continue to Stand Up for You so you can Stand Up For Those You Love," said Kimberly Sanders Roberts, Crumley Roberts Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer.

Learn more about Crumley Roberts at: https://www.crumleyroberts.com/

Learn more about The Roberts Center at: https://www.crumleyroberts.com/the-roberts-center/

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LS365 Is Your De Facto Office Services and Lit Support While Your Law Firm is Closed

IRVINE, Calif. -- LS365 Corporation (LS365) has announced their commitment to remain open for business and support law firms and legal operations that don't have access to their offices during Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that continues to develop. Vice President James Vickers said Monday "We are finding ourselves collectively in uncharted waters and with daily uncertainty."

Vickers adds, "There are serious health concerns, widespread closures of schools, courts, businesses, alternative working arrangements, which is causing havoc on our day to day lives, but as members of the legal community, we will band together and get through this."

Like most of your respective firms, practices and organizations, we have been making several internal adjustments to help promote the safety and well-being of our team members, while still being able to remain open to assist our fellow members and clients. LS365 is remaining open for business to assist the legal community with any needs they might have as they might not have access to services or functions from their offices. We do not anticipate any significant effects on either our availability or the level of service we can provide, for the things that are under our control.

WE ARE HERE TO BE YOUR DE FACTO LITIGATION SUPPORT/OFFICE SERVICES SUPPORT WHILE YOU DON'T HAVE ACCESS TO YOUR OFFICE.

Promoting health and Safety

Nothing is more important than the community's health and safety, and the need to protect those most vulnerable to the coronavirus.

As you continue to take the steps to minimize health risks to your teammates, your clients and our communities, we want to be part of the solution.

We're available whenever and wherever you are

In a humble effort to help the legal community as a whole, we are trying to assist our members and clients with anything that they need done.

Below is a list of some of the services that we are assisting everyone with:

Messenger/Courier Services - As long there is a safe place to pick up and deliver your documents, we will be there to assist with the delivery of any documents or productions that you might have to produce at your deadline.

eFiling - If you don't have access or an account to efiling, we are assisting with efilings.

Copy/Printing/Scanning - If you don't have access to your office services in your building, we will gladly pick up any documents from your home or office or email (left outside the door with instructions) and copy/print/scan and either email or return with no charge for pickup and delivery. We can receive up to 100GB of data per upload for projects.

Court Reporting Services - We are prepared to handle your depositions via video conferencing in order to maintain your deposition schedules and try to minimize the disruption that promoting social distancing may cause.

eDiscovery Services - Anything related to eDiscovery from forensic collections to document reviews can be done remotely and we can assist and address any concerns.

Anything else you might need we're here for you!

Have an unusual request - just give us a call. At the end of the day, all we want to do is assist our members and the community any way we can during these unprecedented times. We all know this situation is creating unknown impacts on all of our businesses and lives and we just want to do our part to minimize the stress and turbulence during these trying times. We're in this together, and as the situation evolves, we'll continue to do everything we can to support our members and community. LS365 will continue to be here for you now and in the future.

Because of the financial impact this pandemic has caused our community, our service rates will be reduced until further notice.

For Court Updates - As the courts are constantly revising their information regarding court services and availability, we want the community to be updated with these status updates and changes. We created a page where you can get all court updates in one location: https://www.litsupport365.com/blog/categories/covid-19-court-updates

Thank you from the entire LS365 family

"LS365 is revolutionizing the litigation support industry by providing cost effective practice support solutions to legal service vendors, law firms, corporations and solo practitioners," adds Vickers. "We are working on breaking the mold of traditional practice support and legal support services. We don't sell you unneeded services, we listen and assist with completing your objective."

Find your tailored solution at https://www.litsupport365.com/

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AutoAccident.com Offers Online Legal Consultations During Sacramento Stay at Home Order

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Sacramento County officials issued a "Stay at Home" order in an effort to slow the spread and transmission of COVID-19. The legal order means that all individuals must stay in their residence and leave only for essential activities, notes AutoAccident.com.

Sacramento County residents following Stay at Home Orders have requested a way to communicate with their attorney virtually, just as many are suddenly working from home or communicating with their health care providers remotely.

AutoAccident.com is now offering our personal injury consultations online.

In response to this new demand from the community, the attorneys at AutoAccident.com are now offering free, friendly consultations and case evaluations virtually. Virtual consultations are given over the phone or with a video chat application, allowing anyone with a smartphone, tablet or computer to have a video call in real time.

During this temporary Stay at Home Order, potential clients seeking legal advice may schedule their free consultation by calling 916-921-6400 or may learn more by visiting the virtual injury consultations page here: https://www.autoaccident.com/online-legal-consultations-and-continuing-our-dedication-to-all.html

AUTOACCIDENT.COM is a Sacramento based law firm which focuses exclusively on personal injury law. It was established in 1982.

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Advanced Mediation Solutions Founder Provides Helpful Tips for Divorcees During the Coronavirus

HADDONFIELD, N.J. -- Getting divorced is a major life change, and the process is stressful even under the best of circumstances. Now as the nation grapples with the COVID-19 outbreak, it has pushed many divorcing spouses to the breaking point. "This is a trying time for everyone in our country, but it is especially hard on individuals who were already dealing with other major difficulties," says Roseann Vanella, founder of Advanced Mediation Solutions.

She adds, "During times like these, we all need to come together and do what we can to help those who are hurting."

Couples who are planning a divorce or have started process already face uncertain futures, but now they have several other issues to deal with as well. For starters, we are all trying to practice good hygiene and follow social distancing guidelines to help prevent the spread of this virus, which for most of us means a radical disruption to our regular routines.

"Right now, divorcing spouses have a lot of additional things to worry about," Vanella continues. "What if somebody in the family gets the virus? Or worse yet, what if one of their aging family members gets it? How do you deal with work with the kids at home? How do I keep my appointments if I'm quarantined in my house?"

"For many people, schedules have changed drastically, and they are scrambling to try to make everything work while they are in trying to proceed with their divorce. Finances are suddenly getting tighter, many of the courts are closed or have limited hours, and major schedule changes often necessitate revisiting co-parenting plans."

Coping with a Divorce During the COVID - 19 Breakout

As divorcees struggle to adapt to the coronavirus crisis, Vanella offers some tips to help them deal with the stress and get through the process:

Protect your Children during the Crisis: With schools closed and kids at home, many parents have a lot more time to spend with them. We will need to make some hard choices and explain to them why they need to follow social distancing guidelines for their protection, but this can also be turned into an opportunity for more family bonding.

Focus on Your Own Health: Try to find things to do at home that you enjoy and that help ease the stress. Go for a walk if you are able, or maybe just take some time for yourself to relax and meditate. Some of us have a lot more time on our hands, and this gives us an opportunity to get in some "alone" time as well.

Be Creative: Many courts are closed right now, and some people are under self-quarantine. But these disruptions might actually be an opportunity to explore a less stressful way to get divorced. For example, with mediation, you can settle your divorce mostly without the involvement of the court, and you can do so in a more cooperative setting that is geared toward reducing conflict and producing amicable resolutions.

Take Advantage of Technology: Being stuck at home, you will need to rely heavily on technology to help pass the time and to move forward with your divorce. This is where solutions like virtual mediation can be very helpful. With virtual mediation, sessions can be conducted remotely from anywhere in the world (as long as you have a phone or stable internet connection).

Stay Plugged In: Many people are having a hard time dealing with everything that is happening out there. Now, more than ever, we need to stay connected with those closest to us, even if we have to do so virtually. Also, if you are seeing a therapist or another professional, try to continue these sessions remotely as well.

"This situation is unprecedented, and it is disrupting everyone's lives. But we are all in this together, and if we take advantage of creative solutions and exercise patience and understanding during the process, we can and will get through this," adds Vanella.

For more information about Advanced Mediation Solutions, go to https://advancedmediationsolutions.net/

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Crumley Roberts Begins Its Roar Into the 20s With Its New Vice President of Technology Darrin Edwards

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Crumley Roberts Executive Strategic Planning Team led by President and Chief Executive Officer Chris Roberts is setting new and aggressive growth goals for the law firm. It is expected that these growth goals will take Crumley Roberts into new areas geographically and into new areas also legally. To best align the firm to meet and exceed these goals, several individuals are now part of the Executive Strategic Planning Team, including the new Vice President of Technology Darrin Edwards.

Darrin holds a BS and MBA in business administration, economics, computer information systems, and management and information systems from High Point University; has 25 years of experience in information technology management, network engineering, database administration, and web design; and has now been with Crumley Roberts for 15 years applying state-of-the-art technology through purpose, passion, and excellence in order to better serve the firm's clients.

As the newest member of the Executive Strategic Planning Team, Darrin's top priorities in leading Crumley Roberts above and beyond the firm's growth goals are to:
* Align technology R&D with the firm's business strategy,
* Bring new technologies to the firm that will increase productivity and enhance the client experience,
* Anticipate the firm's technology needs in advance, and
* Innovate and/or improve new business processes.

As stated by Chris Roberts, "Darrin will now focus on technology and the ways we can bring new technologies to the company that will help us do our jobs in the most productive manner possible."

Crumley Roberts is a 30-year-old consumer-based law firm with offices, partnerships, and affiliations throughout the United States. Led by President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher H. Roberts, along with a team of Executive Vice Presidents and Attorney Shareholders, the law firm remains committed to STANDING UP for its clients, for its communities, and for its employees through legal practice groups and through its numerous programs dedicated to scholarship, safety, wellness, diversity, education, leadership, and the advancement of women that the firm offers through The Roberts Center for Leadership, Education, Advancement and Development. Its Brand Promise: "We Are Crumley Roberts and WE STAND UP FOR YOU as we all continue Moving Forward Together."

Learn more about Crumley Roberts at: https://www.crumleyroberts.com/

Learn more about The Roberts Center at: https://www.crumleyroberts.com/the-roberts-center/

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Crumley Roberts Moving Forward Together with Community Partnerships for Bicycle Safety

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Wednesday of this week President and Chief Executive Officer Chris Roberts along with Chief Marketing Officer Kim Roberts and several members of its marketing team celebrated Crumley Roberts' seventh year as the lead sponsor of the Charlotte-based Carolina Cycling Team, an organization founded in 2011 and comprised of Masters-level competitive cyclists.

The members of the team are chosen not only for their strength and skills on the bike but also for their character and integrity off the bike as well; hence the reason Crumley Roberts celebrates its partnership with the team as they all work together to promote healthy habits, wellness and bicycle safety through the Crumley Roberts Kids Zone. The gathering also included two students from Greensboro's Hope Academy, another Crumley Roberts community partner that has participated in its Kids Zone. The students at Hope Academy each received a free bicycle, a free bicycle safety helmet, and bicycle safety instruction through its very own Crumley Roberts sponsored event.

The Crumley Roberts Kids Zone is a child-friendly expansion of the firm's ongoing commitment to stand up for its clients, for its employees, and for the individuals in the communities it serves. The purpose of the program is to educate young children and adults about healthy habits and to encourage wellness, safety, emergency preparedness, proper nutrition, and physical activity. As a main part of the program, bicycle safety rodeos are provided to elementary-aged children in a small classroom setting or on a larger outside venue featuring a safety course where students learn the hand signals for riding on the road and in traffic. Participation on the safety course includes an educational and interactive session for each child to learn about bicycle safety, to be fitted with a free bicycle safety helmet, and to have hands-on experience riding a bike with the Crumley Roberts Kids Zone team.

Crumley Roberts is a 30-year-old consumer-based law firm with offices, partnerships, and affiliations throughout the United States. Led by President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher H. Roberts, along with a team of Executive Vice Presidents and Attorney Shareholders, the law firm remains committed to STANDING UP for its clients, for its communities, and for its employees through legal practice groups and through its numerous programs dedicated to scholarship, safety, wellness, diversity, education, leadership, and the advancement of women that the firm offers through The Roberts Center for Leadership, Education, Advancement and Development. Its Brand Promise: "We Are Crumley Roberts and WE STAND UP FOR YOU as we all continue Moving Forward Together."

Learn more about Crumley Roberts at: https://www.crumleyroberts.com/

Learn more about The Roberts Center at: https://www.crumleyroberts.com/the-roberts-center/

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Don’t Shoot Yourself in the Foot – Transferring of Firearm is Complicated, Prepare Your Estate Plan the Right Way

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. -- Absolute Trust Talk, a monthly podcast released by Absolute Trust Counsel, recently sat down with gun law expert Joseph Fenton, associate attorney of Campbell Green LLP, to discuss the smooth and legal transfer of firearms.

Fenton reports that unlike other assets listed in your estate plan, you may not be able to simply pass down a firearm to an inheritor, even if it has been legally documented.

"Guns are unique assets, and they have both federal and state laws that need to be followed. In California, you are required to register the transfer of ownership, or you may have to dispose of it."

So, what exactly are the steps that should be followed if a firearm is known or believed to be part of an estate? You should:
1. Locate the firearm.
2. Secure and clear the firearm - if you don't know how to do this find someone who does, Fenton urges. It is not something that can be learned on YouTube.
3. Catalog all firearms involved.
4. And then distribute them or get rid of them.

"As an overview, this sounds simple, but when you get to the distribution part, there is a process that needs to be followed and forms that need to be filed depending on your relationship to the testator," Fenton adds. "And that's something we really dive into on the show."

"It was an honor to have Joseph's expertise for this episode," says Kirsten Howe, Absolute Trust Talk host and founder of Absolute Trust Counsel. "Guns and firearms are a hot topic right now, and people don't understand that you can't just pass them off to the next generation or another person. As Joseph points out, just because you want your grandson Billy or your best friend Bob to have your firearm, doesn't mean that they are the right person, or will be cleared for inheriting the weapon when the time comes."

In Absolute Trust Talk's Episode #031 - "Do You Have a Firearm in Your Estate Plan?" - Howe and Fenton discuss:
* What rules need to be followed for transferring a firearm in California
* Where firearms fall within an estate plan
* What language should be used in your estate if a firearm can't be transferred as planned
* The specific details of how to properly transfer a firearm to another person - family member or not.

The podcast can be downloaded on the Absolute Trust Talk podcast page, https://absolutetrustcounsel.com/031-do-you-have-a-firearm-in-your-estate-plan/, along with a free downloadable resource and exclusive tool: "Stick to Your Guns: How to Handle Firearms in an Estate."

It can also be downloaded on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/absolute-trust-talk/id1371742254?mt=2.

About Absolute Trust Talk:

Educating at every step. Absolute Trust Talk is not your run-of-the-mill general counsel show filled with legal jargon that doesn't resonate. Through her 20+ years of practice, Absolute Trust Counsel's managing attorney, Kirsten Howe, found herself working with clients who were confused and overwhelmed by the complexity of estate planning and saw a need to help clients with education and specific client-centered estate planning services.

Now she's taking her expertise and experience to a new level; she's on a mission to bring a thought-provoking and approachable, friendly voice not only to estate planning, but to a wide variety of business and financial wellness topics. Through a series of podcasts, Howe will connect with like-minded business professionals and work to coach and encourage listeners to make educated and informed planning decisions. Preparing for the future doesn't have to be stressful or hard, but it does have to be smart.

About Absolute Trust Counsel:

Absolute Trust Counsel is among the most highly ranked estate planning law firms in Walnut Creek. The firm's areas of expertise include estate planning, trust administration, Medi-Cal planning, probate, retirement assets planning and special needs planning. Absolute Trust Counsel's mission is to provide easy legal solutions for every client.

Howe was admitted to the California bar in 1987 and has practiced in Walnut Creek since 1997. She earned her J.D. cum laude at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where she was a member of the Thurston Society and Managing Editor of The Hastings Law Journal. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan.

She is a member of the Trusts and Estates Section of The State of California Bar; the Estate Planning and Probate Section; the Elder Law Section; and the Women's Section of the Contra Costa County Bar Association. She's on the Board of Directors of the Estate Planning Council of Diablo Valley and a member of the Robert G. McGrath American Inn of Court.

Learn more: https://absolutetrustcounsel.com.

About Campbell Green LLP:

At Campbell Green, we represent our clients in all aspects of their trusts and estate needs. We work with our clients to efficiently manage and transfer their assets during life, incapacity, and at death. Our attorneys look at the big picture and make sure that our representation is truly comprehensive, addressing the important issues affecting you and your family.

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Crumley Roberts is a Proud Presenting Sponsor and Chris Roberts is a Proud Model for The Men’s Fashion Show Benefitting The Black Suit Initiative

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Crumley Roberts and The Roberts Center for Leadership, Education, Advancement and Development with their mission to develop, promote, and support programs that provide lifelong learning opportunities for individuals, business, and communities are thrilled to be one of the presenting sponsors for this event benefitting the young men who are members of The Black Suit Initiative!

With its very similar mission, this first event for The Black Suit Initiative is designed to celebrate men in the Triad area of North Carolina who are making a positive impact in its community and who are also positive role models for the community's young men; hence, the reason Chris Roberts has also been invited not only as a sponsor but also as one of the very first models for "The Grand Entrance."

A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and of Campbell University School of Law, Chris Roberts is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Crumley Roberts, Attorneys at Law. He and his wife of more than 25 years Kimberly are also the founders of The Roberts Center for Leadership, Education, Advancement and Development which provides scholarships as well as leadership and wellness opportunities that support and empower individuals throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and beyond. He and Kimberly have two sons, Matthew and Eli, and enjoy traveling as a family. Chris also enjoys playing golf, fishing, hiking, working as a Boy Scout Leader, performing numerous community activities and being a member of Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church.

As stated by Evianna Ross, Founder of The Sparrow's Nest, "Putting on our first major fundraising event is scary. Having the support from people like Chris Roberts, President/CEO of Crumley Roberts, Attorneys at Law is reassuring. The Black Suit Initiative is proud and honored to have Crumley Roberts, Attorneys at Law as one of our presenting sponsors for our Charitable Fashion Show, 'The Grand Entrance.' We're also excited Chris Roberts accepted the invitation to be a model in our fashion show!"

About Crumley Roberts:

Crumley Roberts is a 30-year-old consumer-based law firm with offices, partnerships, and affiliations throughout the United States. Led by President and Chief Executive Officer Christopher H. Roberts, along with a team of Executive Vice Presidents and Attorney Shareholders, the law firm remains committed to STANDING UP for its clients, for its communities, and for its employees through legal practice groups and through its numerous programs dedicated to scholarship, safety, wellness, diversity, education, leadership, and the advancement of women that the firm offers through The Roberts Center for Leadership, Education, Advancement and Development. Its Brand Promise: "We Are Crumley Roberts and WE STAND UP FOR YOU as we all continue Moving Forward Together."

Learn more about Crumley Roberts at: https://www.crumleyroberts.com/

Learn more about The Roberts Center at: https://www.crumleyroberts.com/the-roberts-center/

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Attorney David Goldman Announces New Program For At Risk Youth in Sarasota

SARASOTA, Fla. -- Attorney David Goldman of the Personal Injury Law Firm Goldman Babboni Fernandez & Walsh, announced new initiatives to support at-risk youth by the Sarasota community organization Second Chance Last Opportunity in partnership with the Sarasota Department of Corrections.

The new program which begins in February 2020, entitled "I Am That I Am" is being offered to juveniles incarcerated by Sarasota County's Inmate Services. The program, which began as a pledge to reinforce women's belief that they are strong, brilliant and powerful individuals in spite of their ongoing crises they face in their lives, has received such positive feedback that it is being expanded and currently awaits approval to be taught to at-risk students in the Sarasota County public school system. The course is also being adapted for younger, vulnerable children who are dealing with bullying and other daily challenges faced by today's high school and middle school students, in an effort to support personal growth and strengthening character.

Attorney David Goldman, a member of the Board of Directors of Second Chance Last Opportunity, made the announcement while the organization celebrates its 25th anniversary. Founded by April Glasco, Second Chance Last Opportunity begin in the heart of Sarasota's Newtown as a community intervention center, and has since expanded and grown offering support to those who are in-need, and are committed to turning their lives around.

Attorney David Goldman had this to say about integration of the new program, "As a long-time supporter of Second Change Last Opportunity, it's no surprise to me that the 'I am That I am' program is being recognized for its value in supporting youth in need. However, being able to bring this program to where it's needed most in the juvenile justice system is very encouraging. Second Chance, has been working to support troubled youth in our community for 25 years now, and with this new partnership will be having a more positive impact than ever. I encourage more members of our community to support Second Chance Last Opportunity and help prevent our at-risk youth from being left behind."

About Attorney David L. Goldman:

Mr. Goldman is a member of the American Association of Justice, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and the Southern Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Goldman is an Eagle Member of the Florida Justice Association and the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, and received the prestigious Legislative Leadership Award by that organization in 1997.

David Goldman has a long-standing commitment to the community and has served as a board member of many civic organizations. He has worked extensively with the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce, the Sarasota African-American Chamber of Commerce and Second Chance Last Opportunity. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Sarasota-Manatee Jewish Community Center and has been a director and member of the Endowment Fund of his local synagogue.

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New Fresno Pedestrian Injury Study Maps Most Fatal Roads

VISALIA, Calif. -- According to a 2018 police report, a staggering 64 percent of fatal crashes in Fresno involved a vehicle and a pedestrian. In an effort to raise awareness and reduce pedestrian fatalities, Maison Law of Visalia, California conducted a study of Fresno's most dangerous roads and intersections for pedestrians.

The study shows users, at-a-glance, which roads, intersections, and railway crossings are the deadliest for pedestrians and the number of fatalities that occurred at each.

The study reveals that the deadliest roads for pedestrians include:
* RT 99
* Blackstone Ave.
* Shaw Ave.
* Cedar Ave.
* Clinton Ave.
* Fresno Street
* Herndon Ave.
* N. Blackstone Ave.
* 1st Street
* Gettysburg Ave.

In addition to spotlighting this important problem, Maison Law also provides practical strategies for improving pedestrian safety in Fresno and around the U.S.

Maison Law worked with OptimizeMyFirm (https://www.optimizemyfirm.com/) to aggregate data on pedestrian fatalities and to produce several graphics including an interactive map to chart and study where each pedestrian-involved accident occurred from 2008-2018.

The complete study details and interactive map are available at: https://maisonlaw.com/2020/02/fresno-pedestrian-study.

For more information about the study or to obtain graphics, contact: Lindsey Busfield at: lindsey@optimizemyfirm.com.

About Maison Law

Maison Law provides personal injury legal services to injured victims and families throughout the Central and San Juaquin Valleys. The personal injury attorney at the firm offers free consultations and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help after an accident.

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