Giving Back To Those Who Need It
With budget cuts and troubling economic times, schools and teachers often struggle to provide their students with the supplies and tools they need the most. Teachers are expected to dip into their own pockets to provide for their students’ needs, in upwards of $400 a year! Fifty three percent of teachers have suffered cuts to their supply budgets, according to a survey by Horace Mann (NBC 8.18.13).
While most other professions enjoy a raise of some degree with each year, many teachers are going on years without a raise for their continually exceeding performance and loyalty.
“Showing our appreciation is the least we could do for the efforts teachers have to put out both in and out of the classroom,” certified injury specialist, Mark Breyer, shared.
Open for nominations now!
With the 2013-2014 school year well underway, now is the time to recognize that teacher who really started off this year with a bang. To submit your nomination, go to: https://www.breyerlaw.com/lawyers-for-teachers/. The winning teacher will receive a $250 gift certificate, and a free party for their class! All teachers from kindergarten through 12th grade are eligible.
Debuting this year, schools also have the opportunity to win a free iPad for their school, and all they have to do is share the link on their website to make it easier for more people to enter!
Even administrators, principals, assistants, and peers are encouraged to submit nominations for teachers who make a different, not only parents.
Providing Assistance To The Injured
Always available to the community to help those who have suffered serious injury, Mark and Alexis Breyer have been providing exemplary representation since they began their firm in 1996. Attorney Mark Breyer is a certified specialist in personal injury law, and both he and his wife, Alexis Breyer, hold perfect 10/10 ratings on Avvo, which is an attorney rating service. They handle catastrophic injury cases from motorcycle, car, bike, or trucking accidents, dog attacks, or construction site injuries.