9/11 5K Run/Walk Registration Is Open – NS Team is growing!

We are excited that the Napoli Shkolnik PLLC team of runners and walkers continues to grow with a some healthy, competitive emails already starting to make the digital rounds. This will mark the fifth annual 9/11 5K Run/Walk and the firm is proud to have been a part of each year’s event as sponsors and participants.

Along with thousands of others, our team braves the weather and early hour (for some!) to show their support for the Memorial, first responders, families and all those touched by the events of that tragic day.

Napoli Shkolnik has a very close tie to the events of September 11, 2001. Paul Napoli has been fighting for the rights of responders, victims, and their families for countless hours since the the events of the day. He and his team have recovered billions of dollars that these clients needed to cover lingering medical expenses and other costs related to recovery after that tragic day when thousands of peaceful, law abiding American citizens lost their lives.

Employees from our New York City and Long Island offices participate but we are happy to say that our attorneys and staff join in the spirit of the day by walking and running in their local communities in California, Delaware, Florida and Illinois. They enthusiastically don the event tshirts and bibs and go around their neighborhoods in solidarity.

It is a rewarding experience to be part of the 9/11 5K Run/Walk and we look forward to being part of it for many years to come.

This run/walk is just an example of the philanthropic efforts that we strive to participate in on a daily basis at the firm. We also work with City Harvest, the Bone Marrow Foundation, The American Red Cross, and many other charitable organizations throughout the country to make our world a better place.

To read more about our philanthropic effors at the firm, please visit our Philanthropy page.

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Learn More About Napoli Shkolnik PLLC Attorney (Of Counsel) and Memorial Board Member Paul J. Napoli