The Perecman Firm, P.L.L.C., Supports Bergen Family Center’s Holiday Toy Drive

Bergen Family Center’s 2018 Wish for the Holidays Toy Drive

The Perecman Firm, P.L.L.C., is a proud supporter of the Bergen Family Center’s 2018 Wish for the Holidays Toy Drive!

Bergen Family Center is the oldest continuously operating family service agency in the county, funneling over 92% of the income it generates directly into community-focused programs for children, teens, adults, and families. Its mission rests squarely on strengthening the very communities our firm often serves.

Recently, members of our firm supported that mission by making donations to the Bergen Family Center’s annual Toy Drive. As this year’s Drive was organized in coordination with the Center’s Home Instruction for Parents of Pre-School Youngsters (HIPPY) program, home instructors, parents, and pre-school children provided holiday wish lists our staff was more than happy to fulfill. Lego sets, dinosaur toys, and other popular wish-list items were gathered by our team and sent off to Bergen Family Center!

Committed to Our Local Communities

A nationally recognized law firm with regional roots, The Perecman Firm, P.L.L.C., is passionate about supporting the communities we serve. We know our recovery of over $500 million in compensation for clients would not have been possible if not for our clients and their willingness to recommend our team to those in their communities who need experienced representation when it matters most.

You can learn more about donating to the Toy Drive or getting involved with other Bergen Family Center initiatives on their website. For information about our firm and the services we provide, call (212) 577-9325 or contact us online.

For over 40 years, David H. Perecman has distinguished himself as one of the leading personal injury lawyers in New York City, championing all types of personal injury cases including construction accidents, premises accidents, automobile accidents, and medical malpractice, along with employment discrimination, false arrest, and civil rights cases.