Santa Rosa, CA, March 17, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Jeffrey Nadrich, lead partner of the personal injury law firm of Nadrich & Cohen, LLP, announces that his firm is a proud sponsor of the 2017 Santa Rosa St. Patrick's Day 5K Race. This year's race starts and finishes at Finley Community Park in Santa Rosa, CA. Approximately 1000 runners are expected to participate in this year's event. All proceeds raised will go to the Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks Scholarship Fund.
The Santa Rosa Personal Injury Attorneys
of the law firm are committed to giving back to the local communities which they serve. Throughout the year, the law firm sponsors and supports a regional film festival, multiple AYSO soccer teams, high school booster clubs, MADD and many more worthy charities throughout Sonoma County and California. Attorney Jeffrey Nadrich explains that his firm is "committed to sponsoring local organizations and events because it strengthens the community and brings citizens together. We are proud to sponsor such a worthwhile event benefiting the Santa Rosa Scholarship Fund which raises money to provide families in need the opportunity to participate in recreation programs."
The Santa Rosa St. Patrick's Day 5K Race is open to all ages and abilities. Each participant receives a commemorative mug upon race completion. The event also includes a costume contest, live music and even a "Leprechaun Dash" race for kids five years of age and younger. The race begins in Finley Community Park, travels south along Stony Point Drive and goes eastbound on the Santa Rosa Creek Trail. Runners turn around midway at Pierson Street, continue westbound on Creek Trail to Stony Point Road and return to Finley Park.
Each of the Personal Injury Lawyers at the Santa Rosa law firm of Nadrich & Cohen, LLP, is committed to fighting on behalf of injured plaintiffs throughout Sonoma County, The Bay Area and California. Over the last 27 years, Jeffrey Nadrich and his experienced legal team have handled thousands of personal injury claims, including auto accidents, dog bites, dangerous premises, nursing home abuse and neglect, hazardous exposure including benzene and asbestos, wrongful death, maritime accidents and more. The firm's lawyers work on a contingency fee basis which means that they only charge a fee for their services if a recovery is made. The firm prides itself on being a fierce advocate for injury victims and their families throughout Santa Rosa and California.