Alameda Personal Injury Lawyers Participate in “Lawyers in the Library” Program

by Staff Blogger | February 24th, 2014

Millions of people are harmed each year as the result of another person’s negligence or wrongdoing. For many victims though, seeking justice can be an expensive and confusing process. The Alameda Personal Injury Lawyers with Berg Injury Lawyers are hoping to help these individuals by participating in a program that offers legal assistance. The Lawyers in the Library campaign was initiated after a need for free legal information and referrals was identified in numerous communities along California’s northern coast. The Alameda County Bar Association sponsors the event, and programs are scheduled to occur at library branches across the county on different nights of the month. A list of times and scheduled dates for each branch can be seen here. There are a limited number of consultation slots available. So, in many situations, a lottery will be used to determine which individuals will receive assistance. That’s why it is so important to arrive and sign up early. Those who are selected to participate will then receive a professional, onsite consultation of their case with an attorney, free of charge. The team of attorneys with Berg Injury Lawyers is aware of how important it can be to receive quality legal advice and are happy to help citizens who are in need. That’s why the firm encourages anyone with legal questions to attend one of the upcoming Lawyers in the Library events.