Trial Attorneys Bring End Distracted Driving Programs To Local High Schools

The Anapol Schwartz Foundation supports The Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys (MATA) in bringing the “End Distracted Driving” (EndDD) program to Massachusetts Schools.
The program will be headed by MATA President Charlotte E. Glinka and Philadelphia Attorney Joel Feldman, who created the EndDD program after losing his 21-year old daughter Casey in 2009 as a result of the actions of a distracted driver.

Attorney Glinka remarked, “MATA is proud to continue to support the efforts of Attorney Joel Feldman in bringing the End Distracted Driving program to high schools throughout the state. Over the past few years we have reached out and engaged in a dialog with thousands of teens about the dangers of distracted driving. There couldn’t be a more important message about driving safely and saving lives”.

MATA has made this ongoing volunteer program a priority as an organization and the EndDD events are a prominent part of MATA’s public service projects statewide. As trial lawyers, MATA members believe in safety on every level and this important program is educating those most at risk – young and inexperienced drivers.