We believe prevention is key to stopping these tragedies from happening. Our law firm provides educational programs, public service announcements, and other resources to raise awareness about the deadly results of being distracted or drunk behind the wheel.
Here are just a few of the ways we are working to make our roads safer:
Throughout the years, our law firm has become well-known for taking a stand against drinking and driving. Each year – especially throughout the holiday season – Edgar Snyder & Associates strives to remind the public about the dangers of drinking and driving.
Put a fun twist on your next party with these refreshing and fun mocktails. These non-alcoholic drink recipes are a great alternative for the designated drivers at your next party.
We respect motorcyclists, because we count ourselves among them. At our law firm, we enjoy getting involved through different motorcycle events and organizations. We’ve come to know many fellow riders and have been thrilled to help out some great causes.
Don't be a statistic. Take the pledge to not drink and drive or text while driving. Your pledge to drive safely could win you a $100 Visa gift card.
Our law firm teamed up with Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC to present Road Radio USA for six years. During Edgar Snyder & Associates' sponsorship of the show, Road Radio visited 164 venues, including 160 schools and reached 66,825 students.
Edgar Snyder & Associates has sponsored the Save A Life Tour, a program aimed to discourage students from underage drinking and drunk driving.
We are proud to announce that the Edgar Snyder & Associates' 8th Annual "Words to be Heard" Scholarship Contest is now open to high school seniors across western and central PA who plan to attend a four-year college or university in the Fall of 2016.
Our law firm is a proud sponsor of the Trooper Kenton Iwaniec TakeOff Memorial Race. Started in honor of Trooper Kenton Iwaniec, a Pennsylvania State Trooper who was killed by a drunk driver, the race raises awareness about the seriousness of impaired driving and encourages community support in reducing drunk driving deaths. It takes place every April at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Kenton's alma mater.