America’s Top Disability Insurance Law Firm Extends a Helping Hand to Local Children, Animals During the Holidays
For DarrasLaw, “pay it forward” is more than just a philosophy; it’s a way of doing business that has put the firm into a disability league of their own. This month, the firm extends its benevolent practices by honoring two terrific organizations: the Ontario-based Kids Come First and Friends of Orange County’s Homeless Pets.
“We work every day to help change disabled and disadvantaged lives, and that spirit extends into every holiday season. Each year, our firm commits to giving back to our community and to causes that we hold dear. Kids Come First and FOCHP both have a special relationship to our staff, so we are excited to give back to the community while helping causes important to the DarrasLaw family,” says Frank N. Darras, America’s top insurance lawyer.
The firm provided themed gift packages for Kids Come First, which will raffle off the prizes to children at the organization’s holiday party. The lucky winners will walk away with complete sets of athletic gear, art sets and more, courtesy of DarrasLaw. The firm will deliver the presents at the Dec. 22 party, which begins at 8 a.m. and is open to anyone previously or currently helped by Kids Come First.
“When kids start out with proper care from an early age they reap the benefits in the long run, and it’s inspiring for us to provide a place for them to go and get the help they need,” says Phillip Bather, a disability attorney at DarrasLaw and board member of Kids Come First. “I’m honored our firm shares that feeling and is eager to help this great organization.”
As part of their second donation this year, the DarrasLaw staff sponsored animals from Friends of Orange County’s Homeless Pets and will each provide food and supplies to help care for their selected pet. These contributions will relieve the burden of purchasing high-quality products to ensure the best possible care for each animal. These donations make it possible for the organization to maximize the amount of animals in Southern California it can rescue, says Lissa Martinez, a senior attorney at DarrasLaw and long-time volunteer at FOCHP.
“This is our opportunity to give back to those who are really in need and may not have a powerful voice for themselves,” Darras says. “Spreading holiday cheer and helping the children and animals of our community is our way of giving back to where we live and work.”
DarrasLaw’s attorneys, including founder Frank N. Darras, have received numerous national honors and top awards from peers, setting us apart as America’s top disability firm. Lawdragon has singled out Frank N. Darras for nine consecutive years as one of the Top 500 Lawyers in the United States. Since its inception, Super Lawyers has honored Darras for his stellar work with disability insurance policyholders. Best Lawyers in America and U.S. News and World Report have profiled DarrasLaw and the firm’s nearly three decades of success on behalf of the disabled.
At DarrasLaw, our compassion goes hand-in-hand with our legal expertise. We take pride not only in the exemplary results we achieve, but also the care our disability team provides along the way. We hire only the top disability attorneys and staff, including our in-house nurse, for their compassion as much as their expertise and knowledge. Hiring the cream of the crop has been critical to maintaining our position as America’s top disability firm.
Our national reach plays a role too. People from all 50 states turn to us for real help with individual and long term disability and long term care insurance matters.
About Kids Come First
Kids Come First provides high quality, low cost health and wellness services to the children of the Inland Empire Community. These services include free or low-cost care to children with no insurance or with “safety net” coverage, and access to specialized health care, mental health and social services. http://www.kidscomefirst4health.org/
FOCHP is a nonprofit missioned to make homeless and unwanted pets more adoptable and provide them with the opportunity to find their “forever families.” These efforts include training, veterinary services, spay and neuter assistance and rescue. http://fochp.org/