Serving Our Clients and Our Community Is a Priority for the Orange County Personal Injury Team at Russell & Lazarus—Both Inside and Outside the Office

Serving Our Clients and Our Community Is a Priority for the Orange County Personal Injury Team at Russell & Lazarus—Both Inside and Outside the Office

Whether we are contributing financially, offering our legal services and expertise, or simply rolling up our sleeves to pitch in at an event with other supporters, the Orange County personal injury attorneys and staff with Russell & Lazarus love being able to serve our community with our resources and hard work—both inside the office and in our personal lives.

There are a lot of amazing people doing a lot of amazing things here in Orange County, and we’re proud to be a part of this community. While we’re always reaching out to seriously injured Orange County accident victims and their families online with clear and easy-to-understand information about California personal injury law, we’d like to use this section of our website to talk about the other ways we’ve been able to serve our local people, local communities, and local organizations. We invite you to take a few moments to get to know us better, find out what we’re passionate about, and even join us in giving back for a good cause.

And—as always—if you’ve found our site because you or a loved one has been seriously injured, our personal injury team is here to help you get the answers your family needs. Please reach out to us today for a completely free, no-pressure case evaluation at (949) 851-0222 or by filling out the easy online contact form on this page.

The Sarah DeMille Scholarship Award was set up in remembrance of
Dog BiteSarah Ashley DeMille, SMCHS Class 2005 Lady Runner. Sarah was killed in an automobile accident at Northern Arizona University. Sarah volunteered to accompany a friend who was driving a fellow student at NAU home for the weekend so the driver would not have to make the long trip on mountain roads back to NAU alone. The student driving the car lost control while trying to avoid hitting a deer that ran across the road.

The idea for the scholarship and the initial donation to the fund was made possible by Applied Medical. Sarah had worked at Applied Medical for two summers as an intern. Sarah was a true Lady Runner. She loved to run. She loved the team and she loved her ability to make each member believe it was all about personal best. The recipient of the scholarship award is chosen based on the values and attributes of the ideal SMCHS Lady Runner, and the cross country coaches make their selection based on these criteria.

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