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PA Association for Justice – Community Service Award to be Given to Joel Feldman, Esq.

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Joel D. Feldman, Esq., the Managing Shareholder of Anapol, Schwartz, Weiss, Cohan, Feldman & Smalley, is being awarded the PA Association for Justice – Community Service Award on Friday, October 21.

Along with his many accomplishments, Mr. Feldman is active in community and charitable organizations as well as a member of the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations, and the Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and American Trial Lawyers Associations.

In 2009, Joel and his wife Dianne Anderson established The Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation in honor of their daughter Casey – a victim of a distracted driving accident – that died on July 17, 2009 at the young age of 21.

About Casey

Casey, a senior at Fordham University, was in a crosswalk during daylight hours on her way to a summer job in Ocean City the day she was killed. She died a few short houors later at the Atlantic City Memorial Hospital.

Casey was passionate about numerous causes and always found time in her busy schedule to help those less fortunate, including volunteering at a soup kitchen, a woman’s shelter, an AIDS clinic, and at a no-kill animal shelter.

Take a moment to read Casey’s biography.

The Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation

The mission of the Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation is to raise public awareness about driver safety, as well as providing financial support to other causes supported by Casey.

The Casey Feldman Network is a community sharing experiences and plans for what they will do to honor Casey’s memory.

Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is described as any non-driving activity a person engages in that has the potential to distract them from paying attention to the road. While several things can be considered a driving distraction – such as eating or applying makeup – texting while driving is becoming increasingly more popular.

In 2009, twenty percent of injury crashes involved reports of distracted driving, according to the NHTSA.

Over 50 research studies have shown that using phones while driving is risky. The message is simple – Put it Down and pay attention to the road!