In an effort to press forward with the firm motto of helping those who need it most, Beasley Allen Law Firm donated 1,500 N95 masks to help replenish Montgomery area first responders’ personal protective equipment.
The initiative continues outreach efforts by lawyers and staff during this critical time. They have donated giveaways for morale-boosting events at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, fed more than 500 nurses at three Montgomery, Alabama, hospitals, and donated to the Montgomery Police Department relief fund. Members of the firm’s staff also are personally making masks and providing disinfecting supplies to those in need.
Typically, the firm’s work is centered on helping our clients obtain justice, even against the largest corporations in the world. That fight continues, though our employees are working where possible from the safety of their homes. Firm leadership realizes not everyone has that option and wants to help.
“We are blessed to be in a position to help others year in and year out and the current state of our country has our staff and lawyers doing what they can to reach out to our community,” Beasley Allen Lead Product Liability Attorney Greg Allen said. “First responders are not only continuing their work as usual, they are doing it with added uncertainty about the virus, and we hope that the donation of masks will give them some comforting protection against this threat.”
Beasley Allen Managing Attorney Tom Methvin said, “We are grateful for the work of all of our first responders and we understand the risks they take every day. God bless each person that puts their safety on the line for others, especially in these trying times.”