The Chicago personal injury attorneys at Woodruff Johnson & Evans Law Offices have dedicated their lives to helping injured Illinoisans throughout the state. More than this, we strive to give back to our community whenever we can. Our attorneys and staff regularly take part in various charitable events in Chicago, Aurora, Champaign, and the surrounding areas. We also consistently donate our time, money, and efforts to organizations and charities that provide for those in need in our community.
Charitable organizations we recently gave back to include:
- Boys & Girls Club of Naperville
- KCBA Cares
- March of Dimes
- Northern Illinois Food Bank
- Ronald McDonald House Charities
- The Sather Foundation
- Walter & Connie Payton Foundation
- West Suburban Humane Society
- Youth Service Bureau of Illinois Valley
Additionally, as part of our efforts to give back, we are proud to offer a number of scholarships.
We strongly believe in the value of a solid education and in helping the next generation obtain this education. In fact, many of our attorneys lead classes, seminars, and make presentations on a variety of topics, including work-related injuries, workers’ compensation law updates, workers’ rights, trial advocacy, aviation accident litigation, and more.
“We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.” — Winston Churchill
To learn more about how Woodruff Johnson & Evans Law Offices gives back, browse our Giving Back blog posts or get in contact with our firm today.
Call (630) 585-2320 or contact us online to learn more.
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