Organizations that could be of Help
Innocent consumer’s lives are ruined through no fault of their own.
You may have been involved in a car accident caused by a drunk driver. You may have been a victim of a workplace accident.
Engulfed in the legal system while dealing with dire financial problems, these people come to us for aid, which we give in the form of monetary lawsuit funding on a future settlement or judgment.
We wish, in a perfect world that there was no need for our services—no horrible accidents, no lawsuits that go on and on and on.
Accidents happen, sure. But they don’t always have to. This is a short list of organizations that are helping to end the root causes that lead to many of the horrible incidents that cause harm to the victims and their families.
Organizations Working to Reduce Drunk Driving Accidents
- The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AIMM)- Founded in 1982 by families who had lost loved ones in drunk driving crashes, the AIMM strives to prevent deaths and injuries caused by intoxicated motorists and to help victims and their families.
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving- The mission of MADD is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.
Organizations Working to Improve Traffic Safety
- The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety - In 2007, 41,059 people died in motor vehicle crashes in the United States. Supported with funding from the insurance industry, this independent non-profit organization works to reduce deaths, injuries, and property damage from crashes on the nation’s highways.
Organizations Working to Improve Workplace Safety
- The American Association of Safety Councils (AASC) The AASC, an international association of safety council professionals, helps businesses, communities, and individuals better address safety and health issues.
- The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) – AS the oldest and largest professional safety organization, the ASSE focuses on increasing workplace safety and health, while raising awareness of safety issues globally. Through the efforts of their members, many lives are saved each day.
Please note that we have no formal relationships with these groups. We simply want to give credit where credit is due.