Orlando, FL, April 10, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Coye Law Firm is pleased to announce the completion of a new public service announcement for the Larry E. Smedley National Vietnam War Museum located in East Orlando. This museum was built to remind current and future generations of Americans of the legacy of courage, valor, and sacrifice that Vietnam veterans showed and that our troops currently overseas continue to show.
Wade Coye, a personal injury attorney in central Florida, recently shot a public service announcement at the Larry E. Smedley National Vietnam War Museum to speak of the importance in remembering our fallen soldiers.
The Larry E. Smedley National Vietnam War Museum, formally the National Vietnam War Museum, is a non-profit war museum dedicated to reminding the people of central Florida of the courage and valor of our servicemen and women during the Vietnam War. The museum was currently renamed after Larry E. Smedley for his actions during the Vietnam War who posthumously received the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions. The museum contains a monument to fallen Vietnam War veterans in the state of Florida as well as a U.S. Navy Patrol Boat River, a Douglas A-4B Skyhawk aircraft, and a Bell UH-1 Dustoff helicopter.
Wade Coye has a special bond with this museum and its meaning as he served in the United States Army, 1st Infantry Battalion, 1st Brigade, 2nd Armored Division in Fort Hood, Texas prior to his legal career. As a veteran, Mr. Coye knows that just because a soldier is not at war anymore doesn’t mean that the battle is over. Having successfully handled cases that deal with USERRA and veteran’s benefits, the attorneys at the Coye Law Firm are acutely aware of the challenges that veterans and current soldiers face.
The Coye Law Firm handles personal injury, workers’ compensation, insurance claims, social security disability, and many different types of legal claims. The Coye Law Firm has five locations in the Central Florida area located in Orlando, Tampa, Kissimmee, Melbourne, and Clermont to meet the diverse needs of Central Florida’s communities. Visit our website at www.coyelaw.com or call (800) 648-4941 to discuss your case today.