The Law Offices of Wooten Kimbrough, P.A. proudly sponsor the Orange County Young Republican‘s dog-friendly fundraiser, Brews for Barks, on May 14, 2016. All of the proceeds raised at this event are being donated to K9s for Warriors, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, that rescues canines from animal shelters and trains them to become service canines for wounded veterans suffering from PTSD and other combat related trauma. The event will be held at Orlando Brewing, located at 1301 Atlanta Ave., Orlando, FL 32806 from 1-6 PM.
Throughout the years of representing injured people in Central Florida and throughout the state, Wooten Kimbrough attorneys have helped hundreds of our military veterans due to unfortunate incidents. We have also seen the affect of post-traumatic stress disorder on our clients, we know of the debilitating nature of this serious medical condition. Many individuals, including veterans, suffering from PTSD benefit from having service canines to calm the nerves and provide comfort and love.
We proudly give back to our military veterans and appreciate the work of organizations, like K9s for Warriors, in making a difference for veterans. We would encourage others to look into different veteran support organizations and consider donating your time and/or money to a great cause. We hope to see some of your family members, friends, a local community leaders at this wonderful event on May 14th.
Obtaining his law degree from the Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law—also known as the Barry Law School—Mr. Primrose received high honors in the Litigation Honors Certificate program before graduating in 2013. That same year, he joinedWooten Kimbrough, P.A. where he focused on litigating personal injury matters.
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