Community Service

“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

— Winston Churchill

A law school dean once said that a lawyer is “either a social engineer or a parasite on society”. He further stated that a “social engineer is a sentinel guarding against wrong.” For a quarter of a century the attorneys at Drake, Hileman and Davis have been sentinels for society by guarding against wrongs. While sometimes this involves taking the most powerful of interests to court, other times it may simply be accomplished by donating our time and resources to organizations within our community. To this end, our attorneys have and continue to serve on the boards of local nonprofit organizations; as coaches to our community sports teams; and by providing legal services and monetary donations to help those that are uniquely positioned to help others.
Listed below are some of the recipients of our charitable giving:
THE DRAKE, HILEMAN & DAVIS COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD (a scholarship awarded in each of the last fifteen years to a local high school senior who has demonstrated a commitment to community service)

Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania

North Penn Legal Services

Christian Legal Clinics of Philadelphia

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Foundation

March of Dimes Foundation

Christ’s Home for Children

World Vision

Manna on Main Street

Opportunity International

Crossroads Pregnancy Care

Prison Fellowship Ministry/ Operation Angel Tree

The Smile Train

The Salvation Army

Samaritan’s Purse/Operation Christmas Child

Worthwhile Wear/ Ending Modern Day Slavery

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WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING

"Unfortunately, I had a a slip and fall incident and it left me in a situation where I struggled to support my family and I really had no idea what my rights were. Thankfully, someone recommended DHD, specifically Jeremy Puglia, and it was the best decision I could have made. I was able to focus on getting better while he made certain no one took advantage of me or the situation. He listened to what I felt was fair and why, discussed it all with me and fought for me. I would NOT want to be up against him in a court room. Some people were made to defend others and he is one of them for sure!"
Posted By: Heather Fischer

Drake, Hileman & Davis

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