Hackensack, New Jersey (PressExposure) May 17, 2013 -- Devoted to helping those burdened by serious disabilities, the loss of a loved one, or legal problems posing genuine hardship, DoingJustice.com is delighted to announce the start of its Charity First initiative through the launching of its sister site, DoingCharity.com. Ten (10%) of all income earned from legal services rendered by DoingJustice.com is donated to the charities chosen from among those listed on DoingCharity.com.
Most of the clients who come to DoingJustice.com for legal assistance are suffering from serious physical or mental disabilities. Likewise, many of the charities featured on the pages of DoingCharity.com are devoted to comforting and caring for the disabled, and to finding more effective treatments and cures for their ailments. However, the interests of DoingCharity.com do not end there, as the site also highlights the many good works of organizations intent on caring for kids, dealing with disasters, fighting poverty, finding education and employment opportunities for the underprivileged, aid the elderly, welcoming immigrants, and offering legal assistance to the indigent.
The primary mission of DoingJustice.com is holding liability insurance companies accountable for fairly compensating those who've suffered permanent personal injury, serious disability, or the loss of a loved one. The most common categories of personal injury cases for which these insurance companies provide coverage for the negligence of their policy holders are motor vehicle collisions, hazardous property conditions, defective products, dangerous drugs, and medical malpractice. In reality, however, medical malpractice is in a class by itself, as are the cases involving wrongful death, because each of these have their own unique characteristics and legal requirements. Most common among medical malpractice cases are those involving birth injuries, emergency room mismanagement, surgical malpractice, and the failure to timely diagnose conditions such as cancer and heart disease.
In addition, DoingJustice.com devotes a portion of its time to assisting those facing the loss of their freedoms and financial resources due to mistakes that they or the police may have made. One of the ways that DoingJustice.com offers this assistance is through its New Jersey Municipal Courts Directory website, which contains a wealth of information about the 500 Municipal Courts in New Jersey and the kinds of cases adjudicated there.
It is hoped that advancing DoingJustice.com's mission of Uniting Law and Charity to Transform Lives will inspire other seasoned personal injury attorneys to follow suit, improve the tarnished image of the legal profession in the eyes of the public, and provide a healthy perspective to law students as they enter the arena of public service.