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Attorneys Team Up With Food Bank to Feed More Than 500 Struggling Citizens– Bisnar | Chase Provides Summer Service Ideas

July 12, 2012

Second Harvest Food Bank and the Bisnar | Chase personal injury law firm based in Newport Beach, CA have teamed up to help promote a “full stomach” in areas where struggling citizens could really use the help.

Newport Beach, California (PRWEB) July 12, 2012

Second Harvest Food Bank and the Bisnar | Chase personal injury law firm based in Newport Beach, CA have teamed up to help promote a “full stomach” in areas where struggling citizens could really use the help.

On Saturday July 7, 2012, Bisnar | Chase attorneys, staff members and their children were seen gathered around a grocery-filled Second Harvest Food Bank truck in Orange, California which was handing out food to those in need. Over the following 3 hours, more than 121 families and 556 individuals received much-needed bags and boxes of food.

The contribution provided by Second Harvest Food Bank and Bisnar | Chase staff members was just one of many such food distributions that they have been systematically providing for over a year.

According to FeedingAmerica.org, 48.8 million Americans lived in “food insecure” homes in 2010. Of those, 32.6 million were adults and 16.2 million were children. Statistics for the same year show households with children reporting a much higher rate of “food insecurity” than those without, 20.2 percent compared to 11.7 percent.

John Bisnar, managing partner of the Bisnar | Chase Law Firm, who has assisted more than 6,000 injury victims with their personal injury claims, feels that the firm´s contributions to public service programs is equally important to the community.

“California accident victims need someone to stick up for them, so they can receive compensation for their medical expenses, lost income, and suffering. The Orange County families that are struggling to keep adequate food on the table need someone to stick up for them. We have taken it upon ourselves to stick up for both groups. It is heartwarming to see the glow that is shared by the people receiving the food, our employees and their children who help hand it out. It is very inspiring.” Says Mr. Bisnar.

Summer Service Ideas Provided By Bisnar | Chase Law Firm

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 60 million Americans volunteered a median of 52 hours in 2007. There are several organizations put in place to help you help others, and they would love to have you.

The following are ways that you can help out-no matter what state you are in.

  •     Nature.Org

The nature conservancy has locations throughout the United States. We face several environment concerns. Doing your part to be one of nature´s allies is something that we will all benefit from.

  •     Habitat.Org

At Habitat for Humanity, volunteers are dedicated to providing every man, woman, and child with a safe and affordable place to live. If you are looking to make an immediate impact toward people who are truly in need, Habitat.Org will get you started.

  •     AnimalRescue.Org

Have a soft spot for helpless animals? The Animal Rescue League can help you help them in no time.

  •     BBBS.Org

Role models are in short supply. If you would like to make a big impact, contact Big Brothers Big Sisters to make a big difference toward today´s youth.

About: Bisnar | Chase, Personal Injury Attorney Orange County

Bisnar | Chase is a California based personal injury law firm that has developed a reputation as trustworthy professionals who produce proven results while serving their community. The firm has been featured on several popular media outlets, including Fox, NBC, and ABC. They have recovered several multimillion dollar settlements and verdicts.

Bisnar | Chase lawyers assist victims in California and provide all of their clients with a “No Win No Fee Guarantee”.

For a free consultation call 800-561-4887 or visit their website at http://www.bestattorney.com.

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