Speakers Bureau

Legal issues can be confusing and the legal process can seem overwhelming. DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. want to ensure that all of your questions are answered and that you know your rights. That is why our firm is now offering a free Speakers Bureau program as a public service to the community. Our attorneys are available to speak to your group or organization about a number of important of legal issues that may impact your life. Examples of groups that will benefit from our Speakers Bureau include: service/professional organizations, churches, volunteer groups, illness and injury support groups, caregiver support groups, social clubs, schools and educational groups, and other community associations.

How To Request a Speaker

To request a speaker, please submit your information on our Speakers Bureau Form by clicking here. An e-mail notification will be sent confirming we received your request.

We will make every effort to provide an interesting, informative program for your group. Please allow at least four weeks notice. Speakers are available on a first come, first serve basis.

Speaking Topics

Speaking topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

General Interest

  • Choosing Auto Insurance Coverage in North or South Carolina
  • What to Do If You Are Hurt in an Accident
  • Law as a Career

Family and Caregiver Support

  • Dealing with Insurance Companies
  • Handling Medical Bills and Lost Wages
  • How to Know If You Need an Attorney

Automobile/Motorcycle Accidents

  • What to Do If You Are Involved in an Accident
  • Dealing with Insurance Companies
  • Automobile/Motorcycle Insurance Explained
  • Drinking and Driving
  • Dangerous Roads
  • Whiplash and Traumatic Brain Injury

Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability

  • What to Do If You Are Hurt on the Job
  • What to Do If You Are Denied Social Security Disability
  • Who is Eligible for Workers’ Compensation/Social Security Disability?

If you have additional questions about DeMayo Law Offices, L.L.P. Speakers Bureau, feel free to contact our law offices toll free at 1-877-333-1000 or send an e-mail to [email protected].

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