Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC Donates to Non-Profit Fundraiser

The legal team at the Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC is pleased to announce that we recently had the chance to sponsor a fundraiser for AccessHealth, a healthcare non-profit in Spartanburg, SC. As "Garland of Roses" level sponsors, our firm contributed to the non-profit's 4th annual Derby Day fundraiser. The event was hosted on the day of the actual Kentucky Derby, which took place on May 3, 2014. At the fundraiser, event goers had the opportunity to watch the race and sip mint juleps, all while helping to raise funds for this worth-while organization.

As a healthcare non-profit, AccessHealth aims to provide low income, uninsured clients with access to primary and specialty medical care. In order to accomplish this, local physicians have agreed to donate their time and services. Any additional funds that are raised by AccessHealth, either through grants, partnerships or donors, go toward the organization's efforts to serve the 40,000 residents of Spartanburg County who are without adequate medical coverage. As a native of Spartanburg, Attorney James R. Snell, Jr. was more than happy to lend a helping hand.

Having dedicated his career to the practice of personal injury law for the past 10 years, Mr. Snell takes pride in helping others. Whether he is getting involved in the community or representing accident victims in their pursuit for financial compensation, James always gives his all. For this reason, you can rest assured that you will receive nothing short of the dedicated representation that you deserve when you turn to the Law Offices of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC for help with your claim. To find out what our Lexington injury lawyer can do for you, schedule your free consultation today.

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