Here at Staver Accident Injury Lawyers, P.C., we have many team members that have committed themselves to helping others through their work; however, there is one person that goes above and beyond when it comes to helping those in need. One of our hard-working clerks, Brianna Cione, volunteers for several non-profit organizations such as Wake the Nation, where she does incredible work in support of people suffering from opioid addiction, and CASAs of Cook County. At CASAs, Court Appointed Special Advocates act as the voice of children of the court, also known as “foster kids,” in court cases and they make sure the children are granted the care that they need. In addition to being an advocate for the disadvantaged and neglected, Brianna is a very dedicated student at Loyola University.
Brianna first got into volunteer work when she co-founded Wake the Nation with six friends in 2011 with a goal to find a more effective way to combat drug addiction: through personal interaction and support. Since then, the organization has been reaching out to several different schools in the Chicagoland area and hopes to expand to more schools across Illinois soon.
In February of 2016, Brianna began working for CASAs of Cook County after hearing about it during her graduate school classes at Loyola and deciding she wanted to help. Brianna received her certification to be a CASA in May of 2016 and is looking forward to beginning her first case in the fall after she finishes school.
Although Brianna doesn’t have much free time with all of her volunteer work, she does work hard for Staver Accident Injury Lawyers, P.C. as a clerk. She researches legal issues and strives to help clients on a daily basis.
If you need to speak with a dedicated and compassionate Chicago personal injury and car accident attorney, contact Staver Accident Injury Lawyers, P.C. at (312) 236-2900 or through our online form to schedule a free consultation.