The Steinberg Law Firm to Host Bike Safety Event in 2018, Book Scholarship in October 2017

Charleston, SC (Law Firm Newswire) September 5, 2017 - As part of 2017 Fall’s special events, the Steinberg Law Firm is announcing the 2017 Steinberg Book Scholarship, created to support the education of students passionate about making a difference in their community. The book scholarship is open to high school students as part of the personal injury law firm’s commitment to children’s literacy. The three winners will each receive $500 college book scholarships at the annual Charleston Youth Summit on December 9, 2017.

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Additionally, the Steinberg Law Firm plans to have 3-4 smaller bike safety events this Fall at each elementary school prior to Halloween and timed in sync with the implementation of Daylight Savings Time to raise awareness of the dangers of cycling after sunset. Students at the elementary schools will receive helmets and other bike accessories and have opportunity to ask an attorney and police officer questions about bike safety.

In Spring 2018, the firm is also planning to invite the Charleston community and its students to the Annual Bike Safety Event (location TBD). The event aims to raise awareness about the dangers of cycling after sundown, through various speakers and activities, and will offer resources to help prevent nighttime bike accidents.

Riding a bike at night is dangerous and carries an increased risk of being involved in a serious accident. With nothing between the cyclist and the car, the chances of experiencing a head or spine injury are frightening. Steinberg Law Firm aims to help reduce the risk of personal injuries on the road by giving away hundreds of front and rear bike lights, reflector shirts, helmets and other accessories at the Bike Safety event. The event will include entertainment and activities for children and adults alike, such as food trucks, music, face painting and more.

Many students in Charleston are exposed to the dangers of riding their bicycles at night in the downtown area without the proper safety accessories. To help address this safety issue, Steinberg Law Firm will be inviting children attending Charleston County public schools and students from College of Charleston to participate in the 2018 Annual Bike Safety Event.

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