Colorado Springs Law Firm Gives Back to Children at St. Mary’s High School

United States, Colorado, Colorado Springs – 04-16-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Personal injury law firm, Heuser & Heuser, is passionate about giving back to local students. The firm will continue to show its support for the youth of Colorado Springs by donating $2,500 to sponsor the ‘Out of This World’ gala benefiting St. Mary’s High School.

The event will be held on April 27, 2019, at The Antler’s Hotel in Colorado Springs. The funds raised from this year’s annual gala will go towards tuition assistance and the renovation of the science labs.Founded in 1885, St. Mary’s High School is a Catholic college-prep school with a long-standing reputation in the Colorado Springs community. The school’s mission statement, “Inspired by Faith, Empowered by Knowledge, and United by Community,” is a message that personally resonates with attorneys Gordon and Barkley Heuser, as Gordon’s children attended St. Mary’s High School. The team at Heuser & Heuser is proud to show their continuous support of the school and its students in any way they can.“Giving back to our community and continuing education are important causes to our firm,” said Emily Stockton, Marketing Director at Heuser & Heuser.The gala is a great opportunity to bring parents and members of the community together to focus on the importance of providing local students with the tools necessary to receive a quality education and to form virtuous leaders for the church and community. With an expected attendance of 300-350, this year’s event is hoped to be a successful night centered around the students.If you would like to attend St. Mary’s ‘Out of This World’ gala, tickets are available now through their website. You will also find information on making a donation and participating in the event’s auction.

About Heuser & Heuser Injury Lawyers

Giving back to the children of Colorado Springs through events like the ‘Out of This World’ gala is a top priority to the team at Heuser & Heuser. The firm also offers an annual scholarship to high school seniors and partners with several prominent Colorado non-profit organizations.Founded in 1985, the firm has a strong connection to the community and is dedicated to supporting its people. As a personal injury law firm, Heuser & Heuser was founded on the belief that individuals who were injured due to someone else’s reckless decisions should always have access to fair, high-quality legal representation.Aggressively representing the rights of injured individuals in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and across Southern Colorado, Heuser & Heuser will stand up for you after an accident. Lead attorneys Gordon and Barkley Heuser are experienced litigators and know the laws surrounding personal injury cases.Devoted to serving the community and protecting the legal rights of injured victims, Heuser & Heuser will fight for the maximum compensation you’re owed after an accident. If you’ve been harmed in a vehicle accident or suffered any kind of personal injury that wasn’t your fault, call (719) 520-9909 or visit their website to learn more.

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Company Name: Heuser & Heuser, L.L.P.
Full Name: Emily Stockton
Phone: 719-520-9909
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Website: https://heuserlaw.com

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