Eberstein Witherite Lawyers and Support Staff To Participate In IM Terrell Elementary School's Career Day

The public school caters to children from pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade

FORT WORTH, Texas, Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Eberstein Witherite is proud to announce that four members of the personal injury law firm will take part in IM Terrell Elementary School's Career Day on December 2, 2016. The event is designed to expose students to different careers and occupations, with participants giving students a fun and entertaining explanation of what they do on a daily basis.

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"This is one of our favorite things we do in the community," stated Amy Witherite, founding partner of Eberstein Witherite, LLP,  the law firm of 1-800-Truck-Wreck and 1-800-Car-Wreck. "We participated in the IM Terrell Elementary School's Career Day last year and we had a fantastic time. The children were attentive and curious, and they loved learning about what a lawyer really does other than what they've seen on TV shows."

Eberstein Witherite personal injury attorneys Rachel Hatten Adams and Adewale Odetunde will join legal assistant Yesel Velazquez and paralegal Selina Sanchez at IM Terrell's Career Day this year. They will talk to students about the work that they do at the firm, and encourage them to maintain good study habits and to continue working hard.

"We are so excited to put our efforts into another career day," added Lucy Tiseo, Marketing Director at Eberstein Witherite. "Community outreach is one of the most important parts of what we do at our firm, and getting the opportunity to engage young students when their minds and imaginations have no limits is very rewarding. We want to continue to be a firm that makes young people excited about future opportunities such as going to college, earning a degree and working in a field that allows them to give back to their community."

IM Terrell Elementary is located in Fort Worth and was founded in 1882 as a high school. It closed in 1973, and was transformed into an elementary school in 1998. Each year, IM Terrell and a number of other schools in the district participate in Career Day, with the goal of introducing students to all the occupations that are available to them in the future.

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