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In The Community

The team at Hancock Injury Attorneys is dedicated to helping those in need who have been placed at a disadvantage. That is why we go out of our way to create scholarships, create community outreach projects, and sponsor local events and causes to better the Tampa community and beyond. Please feel free to contact us to learn more about our involvement listed below.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 2020

As parents of a child who has bravely defeated breast cancer, we understand the importance of raising money, spreading awareness, and promoting education regarding preventative measures to aid in the fight against breast cancer. That is why we are so proud to be sponsoring this year’s Making Strides of Tampa event in conjunction with the American Cancer Society! Due to COVID-19, this year’s 5K event is virtual and heavily social-media based. Feel free to check out our involvement page to learn more about our passion for this project and to get involved yourself!

2020 Scholarship for Working Students

Both Mike and Claire Hancock went through the time management challenge of having a part-time job while simultaneously working as a full-time student. That is why we are pleased to announce another round of our Scholarship for Working Students! If you or someone you know works or will work at a job in addition to working towards the pursuit of a degree, we invite you to take this opportunity to ease some of the financial burden. For more information and to apply, visit our scholarship page.

1% for Good Campaign

As personal injury attorneys, we are made more full when we know that we’ve served a client to the best of our ability, leaving them feeling significantly more relieved than before we had provided them our service. As a team that is built on the basis of service, we will not limit our giving initiatives to only our professional clients, but spread them to the rest of our community as a whole. As such, we are proud to launch our 1% for Good Campaign! We will be giving 1% of our yearly income to deserving organizations. To learn more about this initiative, please visit our campaign page.

Community Food Pantry

Mike Hancock and Gabby with the Community Food Pantry team donating over 150 turkeys for Thanksgiving. Something we find unique about the pantry is that they let their clients “shop” just like in a normal grocery store. There is not a predetermined bag of groceries they receive every month. We encourage you to donate either money, food, or time to this incredible organization that betters our community. Find our more on our Pantry Page!