Contact: Kelly Moderwell January 22, 2015
Fetterman & Associates, PA
North Palm Beach, FL – Evan Fetterman, a local, prominent attorney with The Law Team of Fetterman & Associates, PA headquartered in North Palm Beach with additional offices in Port St. Lucie and mobile offices, will be featured on CBS Channel 12WPEC South Florida Business Report with David Weir on January 31st at noon and February 1st at 5:30am.
Mr. Fetterman will be discussing the 2ND ANNUAL FETTERMAN & ASSOCIATES, PA SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT. The Scholarship Project was developed by Mr. Fetterman and his wife, “We wish to encourage everyone in the pursuit of education, and we wish to recognize the teachers who guide them along the way,” states Evan Fetterman. THE FETTERMAN & ASSOCIATES, PA SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT will select five winners who will each receive a $1,000 scholarship. Each winner’s chosen teacher will be honored with the award of a new tablet computer. For more details tune in to South Florida Business Report Saturday, January 31st at noon and February 1st at 530am or go to www.lawteam.com/scholarship/
The Law Team of Fetterman & Associates, PA is a premier personal injury law firm with over 35 years of experience representing the most serious injuries arising out of car and truck collisions and other motor vehicle accidents, as well as injuries resulting from falls on dangerous property or the use of defective products. Whatever the accident or injury, they have the knowledge, skills and experience to get results. Fetterman & Associates, PA headquartered in North Palm Beach, FL, has additional offices in Port St. Lucie and a mobile office. For more information, please visit www.lawteam.com or contact us at 1-800-330-HELP.
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