Marks & Harrison Donates Food to Healthcare Workers and First Responders

Marks & Harrison passed out 250 meals in April to healthcare workers at John Randolph Medical Center and other front line workers fighting against the coronavirus in the Hopewell, Virginia, area. The meals were passed out through the firm's “drive-thru window” at their Hopewell office. Attorney Lee Bujakowski and paralegals Tonda Huddleston and Kristin LeMire picked up the food from nearby Jalapenos Mexican restaurant to donate.

Marks & Harrison also organized a food donation in May to the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office in Louisa, Virginia. The Firm purchased 250 meals from local Mexican restaurant Los Tres Portillos and delivered them to the Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement, county officials, fire and rescue crews to enjoy. Marks & Harrison was proud to supply food for frontline workers to thank them for all they do to keep the locals safe during these challenging times.

One of the largest personal injury law firms in the state of Virginia, Marks & Harrison employs 26 attorneys and more than 100 support personnel who focus their work on representing injured Virginians in personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation, and Social Security disability matters. With offices in Richmond, Charlottesville, Chesterfield, Fredericksburg, Harrisonburg, Hopewell, Louisa, Petersburg, Staunton, and Tappahannock, Marks & Harrison has represented thousands of injured victims from across the Commonwealth of Virginia and has received some of the largest personal injury recoveries in the state. For more information on Marks & Harrison, go to