Steinberg Law Firm Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
Steinberg Law Firm is proud to pay tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society by celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. On September 27th, we partnered with Norsan Media, one of the nation’s premier Hispanic entertainment and news companies, to put on a series of community events that culminated at a special drive-in experience, Noche de Cine, at Historic Patriots Point.
“We are very excited to sponsor this event to provide a safe way to go out and see a movie. We have supported the local Hispanic community for decades. Now more than ever, we felt we needed to come together. This Movie Night with the Steinberg Law Firm provides the opportunity to have fun on a family night, safely, during this pandemic.”
-Yani Smith, Director of Marketing and Community Outreach, Steinberg Law Firm.
Noche de Cine invited families from across the region to enjoy the hit Disney movie, “Coco.” Through Steinberg Law Firm’s title sponsorship, we provided families a safe way to attend entertainment amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. The Hispanic and Black community have been affected disproportionately from the Coronavirus pandemic; this nostalgic event offered families a reason to celebrate and gather safely. In addition to the Movie Night, the 4-day event included a prescription medication drop-off, a curb-side meet up with the Charleston Democrats, as well as entertainment from La Raza 103.9 FM and Latina 95.5 FM radio stations and talent.
With over 170 years of combined legal experience handling South Carolina workers’ compensation and personal injury claims, Steinberg Law is proud to embrace our country’s heritage by celebrating the diversity of language, culture and history with our Latinx community in Charleston. If you were injured in an auto accident, need worker’s compensation, or want a lawyer to fight on your behalf, contact our office directly at 843-720-2800.
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