Mani, Ellis & Layne Continues to Support Community, Taking Requests for Supplies
At Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC, our West Virginia attorneys have been intimately involved in supporting the local community after the Freedom Industries chemical leak resulted in a Federal State of Emergency. Aside from filing the first lawsuit on behalf of local businesses affected by the leak and subsequent water ban, our legal team has gone the extra mile to support and give back to local residents in need of supplies. This past weekend, we handed out 250 cases of water to local residents in downtown Charleston.
While we are focused on protecting the rights of our clients and fighting on their behalves as the legal aspects of the chemical spill and case develop, we are also focused on making a real and immediate impact. Our firm's motto - It's Not Just Business, It's Personal - truly defines who we are as a firm. We are passionate about the West Virginians who place their trust in our legal team during their times of need, and we strive to provide exceptional representation and sincere support when the need arise.
As part of our mission to continue helping the more than 300,000 West Virginians and local businesses affected by the chemical spill, our firm is making an open request to the local community to see what supplies are needed most. Just as we had done when handing out water, we aim to help provide supplies to local residents with no strings attached.
If you have a request, are working with a local organization, or would like more information about helping our firm provide additional supplies, please reach out to a member of our legal team by calling (888) 720-1001. We are also continuing to provide free case evaluations to local businesses seeking to recover their losses.