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Nominations Open Until May 30, 2014 for the Public Justice/Synergy Foundation for Those With Special Needs Illuminating Injustice Award

The Foundation for Those With Special Needs is pleased to announce our partnership with Public Justice on the new Illuminating Injustice Award. The award was designed to help those who have suffered a significant injury but have received only a limited recovery.

The Illuminating Injustice Award recipient will be announced during the Public Justice Annual Gala & Awards Dinner on Sunday, July 27, 2014 and awarded a $25,000 check from Synergy’s Foundation for Those with Special Needs,a 501(c)(3) that provides monies to charitable organizations that promote and protect the civil justice system.

The purpose of this new award is to highlight just one of the many clients Public Justice’s supporters have represented who have suffered a catastrophic injury and for certain legal reasons, were unable to get the just compensation they deserved. We hope to help raise awareness of these types of unfortunate situations and help these injury victims with additional monetary relief.

View more information on the 2014 Gala & Awards Dinner by clicking link.

Interested in nominating someone? Download and complete the 2014 Nomination Form

Nominations will be accepted until May 30, 2014.

TESTIMONIALS

"Synergy provides great service and are very helpful to my clients. Sometimes clients have trouble understanding the annuity concepts and Synergy does a wonderful job making everything clear and understandable. It is a pleasure to work with Synergy on cases."

Glen Wieland
Wieland, Hilado & Delattre

"Synergy is an invaluable partner in the mediation process. They have extensive expertise in Medicare, Medicaid and Structured Settlements and the ability to explain the impact of these complex concepts to my clients in simple, clear and understandable language. This allows me to focus on obtaining the best possible result in the settlement process."

Michael J. Winer, Esq.
President Florida Workers Advocates (FWA)

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