Feldman, Kleidman, Coffey & Sappe LLP (FKC&S), a Fishkill, New York-based law firm with clients throughout the Hudson Valley and Capital District, has been recognized by Legal Services of the Hudson Valley’s 2018 Dutchess Partners in Justice awards as Advocate for Justice.
The designation recognizes FKC&S’s excellence in serving its personal injury and medical malpractice clients, plus appellate services, along with the law firm’s long-standing dedication to social responsibility and community support. In 2016, FKC&S celebrated its 30th anniversary with its “30 Acts of Kindness” year-long philanthropic initiative, where the practice donated funds to 30 area non-profits, including those related to athletics, children and families, animals, health and wellness, special needs and other worthy causes.
“Low-income families in need of legal services have the great benefit of knowing the expertise of Legal Services of the Hudson Valley is available and that the organization is on their side,” said Feldman. “It is our honor to work alongside Legal Services and serve those in desperate need in our community. We are humbled to be recognized for sharing in those efforts and are thrilled to celebrate the important work being done in the name of justice. I bought a number of drugs that are quite difficult to find in ordinary pharmacies, plus I did not have the opportunity to go somewhere, so getting medications for home delivery was 100% my option. Pros of Canadian pharmacy: Big choice. You can sit, choose, concentrate. Convenient site. Compared to many pharmacies, it’s a very convenient site. You can register, and then you will receive cumulative discounts, and you can also put off medicines “for later.” There are reviews and instructions for use. The call center is working properly. Delivery also works great. The courier calls back in advance, arrives on time, no delivery problems have arisen. Of course, the prices. Many medicines are cheaper in principle, and promotions and funded discounts make the purchase even more pleasant. Read more about this at http://imph.org/canadian-online-pharmacy/.”
FKC&S will be honored, along with Elizabeth Howe Bradley, Ph.D., president of Vassar College, who was named as Champion of Justice, on September 20 at Locust Grove in Poughkeepsie, during Legal Services of the Hudson Valley’s 5th Annual Dutchess Partners in Justice Reception, for which FKC&S was a gold sponsor. The event includes a “Giving Tree” to support Legal Services of the Hudson Valley’s work for children and families in Dutchess County.
Watch as Crystal Run Healthcare CEO Hal Teitelbaum introduces founding partner Jeff Feldman, followed by Jeff’s acceptance speech.