Join Scarlett Law Group at Friday's "Over the Edge" Event

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The Scarlett Law Group is going “over the edge” for the Brain Injury Association of California! We invite you to join us at the Over the Edge for Brain Injury event, sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of California, which will take place this Friday, March 18, 2016. During the event, which will be held at the Residence Inn by Marriott at Capitol Park, 76 participants will rappel down the side of a 16-story building to raise awareness of brain injury. Attorney Randall Scarlett will be one of these participants and is looking forward to harnessing up!

So far, Randall has raised $3,675 in donations to benefit BIACAL, well above the Association’s minimum participant goal of $1,500. The money will be directed towards a number of programs and services, including:

  • Educational presentations and conferences throughout the state of California
  • Providing resources and information to Californians
  • Implementing brain injury prevention programs
  • Increasing public awareness of brain injury
  • Seeding new support groups
  • Providing legislative advocacy on behalf of all Californians living with a brain injury

Scarlett Law Group is honored to support BIACAL in its mission to improve the lives of people living with brain injury and those who care for them. If you would like to make a donation, please follow the link above to my personal fundraising page and click the “Donate” button to the right of the page.

Come cheer us on and support BIACAL’s great mission! We’ll see you there!

Scarlett Law Group is San Francisco’s trusted source of legal representation for brain injury victims and their families. If you have questions or believe you have a case, please contact us at (415) 688-2176 to speak with an attorney.

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