Goodman McGuffey’s WC team had a successful trip at this year’s ICLE Workers’ Compensation Law Institute in Jekyll Island and even took advantage of the beautiful weather. While attending the conference, GM donated in support of Kids’ Chance of Georgia at the 2019 Kids’ Chance Dinner & Silent Auction in Saint Simons this past Thursday.
Paula Smith is on the Kid’s Chance Committee that begins work in late July to organize the October event which raises money to award college scholarships to eligible students who have suffered the loss of a parent or guardian or have been severely injured in a workplace accident.
Hundreds of donations from private individuals, corporations and fellow bar members were auctioned off at the annual Kid’s Chance Dinner held at the King and Prince and even featured a raffle for a one week stay at a fabulous home in Honolulu. The grand prize raffle item was won by our firm’s own Nate Hofman, who purchased 4 raffle tickets for $100 and is planning his upcoming wedding/ honeymoon around his big “win.”
It is always a pleasure to raise money in support of such a great cause.
Thank you, ICLE for another amazing conference!
Monday, November 11, 2019Team Goodman McGuffey had a successful Run for Justice 5k
Thursday, November 7, 2019Teri Zarrillo Presents at 2019 Roadshow CEU Event
Tuesday, October 29, 2019Wade McGuffey to Lead Panel at Fall Georgia Workers’ Compensation Association Conference
Tuesday, October 22, 2019Elissa Haynes Appointed Chair of GDLA’ s Amicus Curiae Brief Committee
Tuesday, October 8, 2019Robert Luskin Installed as President of the National Board of NSPII
Tuesday, October 8, 2019Goodman McGuffey Attends ICLE Event on Jekyll Island
Thursday, October 3, 2019Elissa Haynes to Speak at Trial Advocacy Seminar
Tuesday, September 24, 2019Changes to the Rules and Regulations of the State Board of Workers’ Compensation
Tuesday, September 24, 2019Cathi Carson-Freymann Appears on ABC7’s Suncoast View
Monday, September 9, 20192019 State Board of Workers’ Compensation Annual Education Conference