PHILADELPHIA, June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Cohen, Placitella and Roth has been recognized by the United Gift of Life Donor Programfor its contributions to the 15th Annual Dash for Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness. This designation recognizes Cohen, Placitella and Roth for their generous contributions and continued support.
"The entire team at Cohen, Placitella and Roth
"Creating partnerships with organizations that support the growing concerns of our clients is instrumental in helping Cohen, Placitella and Roth successfully take on the tough cases that most law firms would turn down," said Stewart Cohen, partner and attorney for Cohen, Placitella and Roth. "As a unified team, Cohen, Placitella and Roth has successfully tried over 1,000 cases to verdict and recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients, and our attorneys bring that same level of commitment, that we provide to each and every client, to the services they provide within their communities."
To learn more about Cohen, Placitella and Roth, P.C., and their attorneys, please visit http://www.cprlaw.com.
The Dash for Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness is a collection of different courses designed to help promote organ and tissue donation and highlight the success of transplantation. To learn more about how you can contribute to Gift of Life, visit http://www.donors1.org/about/contribute/.
About Cohen, Placitella & Roth, P.C.
Cohen, Placitella & Roth, P.C., is a nationally recognized law firm concentrating on representing injured parties in a wide array of complex litigation matters such as product liability, personal injury/wrongful death, defective products, environmental, subrogation, securities fraud, unfair and deceptive business acts.
With offices located in, NJ, PA, and Washington, D.C., members of the firm's diverse practice have successfully handled cases in jurisdictions throughout the U.S. on behalf of injured parties from all 50 states.
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