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The Perecman Firm, P.L.L.C. is passionate about doing good, both in and out of the courtroom. We recently participated in charity events to benefit our community.
David Perecman and His Wife Penni at Carpenters Picnic in Cunningham Park, Queens
The Perecman Firm at Carpenters Local 45 Golf Outing
We sponsored the Steamfitter's Local 638 First Annual Softball Tournament on Long Island. They raised $2,400 for The Kerry Rose Foundation and for autism awareness. Plumbers Local 1 were the winners of the tournament while the Sheet Metal Worker’s Local 28 and many other Unions participated. We can’t wait for next year’s games!
Steamfitters, Local 28, and Plumbers Local 1 at the First Annual Softball Tournament. They raised $2,400 for autism awareness!
On August 29, we were the proud sponsor of the First Annual Softball Tournament. The Steamfitters Local 28 and Plumbers Local 1 came out to support autism awareness. The softball tournament took place at Percy B. Raynor Park in Long Island, New York. The winners were Plumbers Local 1. This was the first year for this event so we were extremely proud to be able to sponsor it. The event raised $2,400 for Autism Awareness.
On August 31, we participated in the Carpenters Local 45 Golf Outing at Woodmere Country Club. This was our second year of involvement with this event. This event was just one more way for our firm to show support for the workforce in our city.
On September 19, we participated in the New York City District Council of Carpenters Softball Tournament and Family Picnic (Carpenters Local 45). The tournament took place at Cunningham Park in Queens, New York. The Perecman Firm has participated in this event for several years now.
At The Perecman Firm, we are passionate about many things. These are the types of charity events that allow us to support and advocate for many of them, including our city’s workforce and autism awareness. To learn more about our firm’s workers’ compensation practice, construction accident practice, or work for autism awareness, visit the links below.