Wounded Warrior Project
Attorney for Injured Military Members
The Colorado Springs personal injury lawyers at Clawson & Clawson, LLP are proud supporters of the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). Our law firm offers representation to those who have sustained serious injuries through their military service and would otherwise have no legal options. Colorado Springs is home to both an Army and Air Force base, and there are many more throughout the state. As residents of Colorado Springs ourselves, we see the difficulties that our military members face.
We understand that members of our military have to make sacrifices, and as supporters of the Wounded Warrior Project, we want to give back. Many military members are dealing with physical injuries as well as emotional pain and suffering after returning from duty. At Clawson & Clawson, LLP, one way we express our gratitude is by donating a portion of our contingency fee to WWP. The money goes toward raising awareness and providing aid to service members as well as implementing programs to meet the needs of service members and their families.
What is the Wounded Warrior Project?
The WWP takes a comprehensive approach to helping service members after they come back home. This organization exists to help service members adjust after their time on active duty through programs such as Combat Stress and Recovery (CSRP), family support, peer mentoring, Transition Training Academy and Warriors to Work. Visit http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/ to learn more.
Supporting Wounded Warriors Throughout Colorado
Our hope is that, in some way, we can express our gratitude to the men and women of our armed forces. If you or someone you love was injured while in the military or shortly thereafter, contact a personal injury attorney at Clawson & Clawson, LLP to discuss representation. Our personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee, meaning our clients don't pay unless we win a financial recovery for them.
With a portion of our contingency fee, we promise to donate to the WWP to further educate the public about the sacrifices our military members make as well as further the rehabilitation efforts of the WWP. Call us today at (719) 602-5888 to learn more about representation and how you can get involved!