|By Marketwired .||
|December 12, 2013 05:57 PM EST||
ANCHORAGE, AK -- (Marketwired) -- 12/12/13 -- The Alaska injury attorneys at Barber & Banker have been representing clients who were wrongfully injured in car accidents, trucking accidents, drunk driving accidents, construction accidents and in many other types of incidents for several years. The firm has always followed an ideal that involves giving back to the community, and the attorneys at Barber & Banker have decided to serve as sponsors for a charitable event that will be held in Anchorage in February.
The event, known as Revolutions: Spinning for Healthcare, is coordinated by a charitable organization known as Anchorage Project Access. This charity serves the interests of what according to its Web site are thousands of Alaskans who currently do not have health insurance. Anchorage Project Access helps to connect people who cannot afford health insurance or medical care with medical care providers who have volunteered to help people in need who qualify for this program. To date, more than 500 care providers including doctors, hospitals, therapists and imaging centers have volunteered their time to this cause.
In an effort to continue to raise the funds needed to operate Anchorage Project Access, the entity is holding an event known as Revolutions: Spinning for Healthcare on Saturday, February 1, 2014. The event includes a bike-spinning relay, and both teams and individuals can sign up to take part in the event. Those interested can donate to the cause and sponsor the event, which will be held at the Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall. Anyone desiring more information can access the event page at the URL of http://anchorageprojectaccess.org/event/.
Barber & Banker has recently decided to donate funds to the entity as a sponsor to this event, and these funds will go towards the operating costs of the organization as well as to help pay for some of the medical care that those who are part of this program will receive. Barber & Banker has donated funds and time in the past to charitable organizations, and the attorneys and staff members at the firm feel that this event and this organization provide invaluable opportunities for those in need to obtain critically important health care.
About Barber & Banker
The Alaska injury lawyers at Barber & Banker have extensive experience in representing clients who have been injured by the actions of others. The firm handles litigation matters that arise from traffic accidents, construction site accidents, maritime accidents and wrongful death. Learn more at www.barberbanker.com.
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