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Local law firm to deliver thousands of free meals to frontline health care workers at WNY hospitals

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Mon, Apr 13th 2020 11:00 am
Image courtesy of Martin Group Marketing
Image courtesy of Martin Group Marketing

In support of area doctors, nurses and hospital staff working diligently on the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic, local personal injury law firm John J. Fromen Attorneys at Law, P.C., is set to deliver over 4,500 free meals to local health care facilities across Western New York.

“For more than 45 years, our firm has been dedicated to defending the health and well-being of our clients and the WNY community,” said John J. Fromen Jr. and Fred Attea Jr., partners at John J. Fromen Attorneys at Law. “During this unprecedented situation, we felt it imperative to support those who are tirelessly working to help citizens, friends and neighbors recover from this terrible virus.”

“These meals are our way of showing our appreciation and extending a sincere ‘thank you’ to all the incredible frontline health care professionals who have not only helped our clients for years during their times of need, but who are now also helping save the lives of our WNY community members effected by the coronavirus,” continued Fromen, a lifelong WNY resident. “We’re also proud to support members of the local restaurant industry who have been effected by the economic impact of the virus, and want to especially thank Buffalo’s Best Grill and Catering for handling the food preparation and delivery with the utmost passion and professionalism.”

The firm engaged Buffalo’s Best Grill and Catering to deliver a variety of lunch menu items to multiple Western New York hospitals, including Buffalo General Medical Center, Erie County Medical Center, Sisters of Charity Hospital and Kenmore Mercy Hospital.

The meal delivery schedule was setup between Thursday, April 2, and Wednesday, April 8.

For more information, visit FromenLaw.com.

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