The 4th annual MADD Calgary Golf Tournament was held on June 13th at Calgary’s celebrated McKenzie Meadows Golf Course. Fortunately, the tournament was able to dodge the rain plaguing southern Alberta this year, dozens of local golfers took to the greens for 18 holes of good food, good fun, and great prizes.
Proceeds from the tournament and silent auction are integral to supporting the Calgary Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Pipella Law, a strong advocate for victims’ rights, is proud to have been a title sponsor of MADD Golf 2019.
MADD: Drivers for Justice
Thousands of Canadians are killed or injured annually as a result of impaired driving; thousands more—the friends, families, coworkers, and other loved ones of victims—are impacted by this devastating and entirely preventable crime. A community-based, volunteer-driven organization, MADD is “committed to stopping impaired driving and supporting the victims of this violent crime.” MADD Calgary works tirelessly with businesses, communities, and law enforcement to:
- offer support services to victims and survivors;
- increase awareness about the extreme dangers of impaired driving; and
- save lives on Calgary’s roads.
Pipella Law could not be happier to work with MADD to help try to make the streets of Alberta safer.
Pipella Law: Proud to Support MADD
Just as the cherished volunteers of MADD strive to help those shattered by impaired driving work towards physical and emotional recovery, Pipella Law works to ensure that those injured by the negligence or actions of others are able to recover financially.
Strong community support, combined with financial security, can soothe the traumas caused by impaired driving, letting those most affected once again live life on their terms.
As tireless advocates for victims both in, and out of, the courtroom, Pipella Law is proud to have supported the MADD Calgary Golf Tournament.
If you have suffered a personal injury, contact the personal injury lawyers at Pipella Law today to learn how they can help you recover from this traumatic experience.