Organizations We Support
Some of the charities and organizations our firm supports include:
- Citizens for Adequate Housing
As part of the Citizens for Adequate Housing #helpkidssucceed campaign, our firm donated 64 backpacks filled with school supplies to homeless children in need.
- Needham Baseball and Softball
We sponsor this nonprofit organization that operates baseball and softball leagues for more than 1,000 children in Needham, Massachusetts.
- Rosie’s Place
You have to love the law and love helping people to succeed in personal injury law. At Jason Stone Injury lawyers, we believe that giving back to our community invests in its present and future. It’s our goal to preserve and promote the safety, beauty, and happiness of our cities and those who live here.
At Jason Stone Injury Lawyers, we take care of our own because Massachusetts is our home. Not only do we assist local injury victims and their families in the Boston area, we also dedicate our time to various charitable and nonprofit organizations.
Through our involvement in the community, we want to spread the message that we’re here to help. We know that hiring an attorney is an unfamiliar process for many people, and working with local organizations is a
way to build trust among our friends and neighbors. It’s our goal to invest as much of our time in the community as possible.
Brain Injury Prevention Helmet Giveaway
Traumatic Brain Injury Facts:
- A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is caused by a “bump, blow, or jolt to the head that disrupts the normal function of the brain.”
- Brain Injury helpline: 1-800-242-0030 Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts Source: http://www.biama.org/
- An average of 155 people in the US die each day from injuries that include a traumatic brain injury.
- TBI can affect memory, thinking, emotional functioning, movement, and sensation.
- In 2014, TBI contributed to the deaths of 56,800 people.
- Falls and motor vehicle crashes were the first and second leading causes of traumatic brain injuries in 2014.
- Around 2.9 million people suffer from traumatic brain injury annually in the US.
Brain Injury Symptoms:
- Loss or change in consciousness
- Convulsions or seizures
- Vomiting and nausea
- Slurred speech
- Weakness of arms, legs, face or loss of balance
- Light-headedness, dizziness, vertigo
- Sensitivity to lights, sounds, or distractions
- Mood changes or swings
- Changes in sleeping patterns
Methods to prevent brain injuries:
- Wear your seat belt at all times
- Following the laws of the road:
- Don’t driver under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Don’t text or talk on the phone while driving
- Keep the volume on your radio low
- Use car seat for children
- Wear a helmet when:
- Operating a bicycle, skateboard, scooter, or motorcycle
- Playing a contact sport
- Skiing and snowboarding
- Prevent falls at home:
- Remove places to trip such as rugs and random objects
- Install handrails
- Improve lighting
- Use nonslip mats
- Safety gates at stairs
Interesting Articles on Brain Injuries:
Lincoln-Hancock Helmet Giveaway
Needham Little League 2019
Dutile Helmet Giveaway
Needham Little League
Needham Baseball and Softball
School Supply Donation Program
From courtrooms to classrooms, Jason Stone Injury Lawyers is dedicated to providing positive change within the communities we serve. In 2013, we started our school supply donation program to ease the financial burden of providing quality educational materials to area children. Our legal team collected and distributed school supplies to 20 schools across Massachusetts and the Boston area. In 2016, we teamed up with Citizens for Adequate Housing to reach more families throughout Massachusetts as part of the #helpkidssucceed campaign and we continue to work with them year in and out.
Feedback From Teachers We’ve Helped
At Jason Stone Injury Lawyers, we’re happy to provide local students with the supplies they need to learn and grow. But it’s the feedback we receive from Boston-area teachers that makes us truly proud to help our community.
Here’s some of the amazing feedback we’ve received since launching our donation program:
Thank you very much for your generosity and concern for the students.
I just want to say how much I appreciate all of the supplies! I also think I may have done something wrong when I filled out the form because it was all delivered to my home—which I love but feel horrible that someone had to drive all this way. My students and I really can’t thank you all enough!
So thrilled. Thank you so much! I am starting over in a new school this year after being at a school for 17 years. I was so happy to get these supplies.
All the best,
I can’t thank you enough for the generous donations your firm provided for our students. They will be used well. Thank you again,
Garfield Elementary School
I just want to say “thank you” on behalf of the Tynan ES students who will benefit from your generosity and support of their educational process. I am appreciative of the donation of school supplies so that the students will have supplies to be able to participate in curriculum without worrying that they have the correct supplies to do so.
I have already “liked” Jason Stone on Facebook- and have shared it with my Facebook friends. One good deeds deserves another, so that people are aware of the generosity and the giving back that is done by your law firm.
Please let me know if there is anything else that I can do to show my appreciation of your academic support.
I’m sure it will be a wonderful school year!
Thank you so much for your generosity! The majority of our students are free and reduced lunch and often cannot afford school supplies. Many of the teachers purchase these supplies with their own money. The Garfield Team will definitely write a review this week on Facebook!
Thank you again!
Garfield Elementary School
Thank you so much. On behalf of the students and teachers at the Moody, we truly appreciate your support! I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
All the best,
Thank you very much for the classroom supplies. They’ll go a long way! The kids and I really appreciate your generosity.
George Keverian School