Viral Video Central Regional Winner Announced

Posted on May 18, 2011

"Drive Safe, For Your Family"

Congratulations to Casey Cooley of University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts Summer Program for her Viral Video Film Contest submission ‘Drive Safe, For Your Family.’ The Central Region is proud to award Casey with a $1,500 scholarship. “Drive Safe, For Your Family’ is now entered to compete nationally for a $10,000 Scholarship. National winners will be announced on June 1, 2011.

The purpose of these videos
The purpose of these videos is to help inform the public of the thousands of accident victims who have been injured or killed in motor vehicle collisions as a result of distracted driving. The ultimate goal of the scholarship contest is to save future lives through encouraging the videos to go viral and reach as many people as possible. According to Distraction.gov in 2009, 5,474 people were killed in U.S. roadways and an estimated additional 448,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes that were reported to have involved distracted driving.

About the ALA Viral Video Scholarship Contest
The American Lawyer Academy Viral Video Scholarship Contest offers $25,000 in scholarships toward college tuition at a recognized academic institution. Students in the Western Region that want to use their talents and creativity to help spread a positive safe driving message that captures the imagination of the YouTube generation can visit Video Finalist Page to get video western regional submission guidelines, contest rules and more.

About The Schafer Law Office
The Schafer Law Office has been helping accident victims get their just compensation for more than 20 years. We are devoted to protecting your legal rights and your interests! Your case will be handled with compassion, personal attention, professionalism and aggressive legal advocacy. We know all of the challenges and pitfalls of accident cases and the tricks and tactics that the “other” side may use. Before Mike opened his practice in personal injury and accident law, Mike worked for an insurance defense firm! He was working for the other side.  He really knows all the tricks and tactics the insurance companies have up their sleeves.

 

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