The past week has been hellacious for millions of North Texans. Many people suddenly lost electricity and water. They froze and were hungry for days. Wind chill temperatures got as low as -10 degrees.
Grocery stores were stripped bare of food. Water could not be found anywhere. People had to sleep in their cars with the motor running to stay warm. Many animals were abandoned.
Black ice on the express lanes of Interstate 35 on February 11th at 6:00 a.m. caused a horrendous 133-vehicle crash that was the worst one in the history of Fort Worth.
Even before hell froze over, too many people were suffering from the never-ending pandemic and bruised economy.
Mr. Berenson made donations to Meals on Wheels and the Humane Society to help out people and pets.
Meals on Wheels cooks and delivers healthy food and provides valuable services to the elderly and disadvantaged residents of our city.
The Humane Society rescues, neuters, operates on, and places thousands of helpless dogs, cats, and other animals for adoption each year.
These are two of Mr. Berenson’s favorite causes. He has supported these two non-profit organizations and many others over the past 40 years.
Due to these crises that just keep on coming, Berenson Injury Law is working harder than ever to help our clients get the compensation they deserve after they have been injured in vehicle crashes. These are the only cases that we handle.
Mr. Berenson has been board certified in the field of Personal Injury Trial Law since 1994 and has been practicing law here in Fort Worth since 1980. He moved to Texas in 1974 to attend the University of Texas at Austin and would never live in any other state. Although he wasn’t born in Texas (he was born and raised in Nashville), he got here as fast as he could.
He will continue to support the Fort Worth and North Texas community that he feels fortunate to live in.