Assiff Law Office knows the importance of supporting the community and those in need, not only through monetary contributions but actual time, effort and energy, such as our annual Edmonton Food Bank Day.
Nore Aldein (Norm) Assiff says: “It is my belief that it is always better to give charity quietly, but if you give openly as well, it is also good, especially if it encourages others to do so. This is how I was brought up and I am thankful that our entire team has the same vision. It is amazing how giving comes to you. The more you give, the more you receive. We encourage everyone to support these and other charitable organizations, many of which our clients have used. Below are some of the organizations and charities we have supported throughout the years, not just monetarily, but through time, effort and heart. We strongly encourage anyone reading this to do the same. Thank you.”
Assiff Law in the Community
“Bill 41” was passed by the Alberta Government and made significant amendments to legislation that will affect personal injury matters. The Government plans to make additional changes to the insurance scheme in the future which will strip Albertans of their right to sue.
Mary has been working as a Legal Assistant with Assiff Law since 2019. Outside of work, she loves to spend time with her family, play competitive soccer, bake, travel to new places, and help others. Indeed, she made the selfless decision to save a life by donating one of their kidneys. Here’s her story, in her own words.
Here at Assiff Law, we’re proud to pass on our values to the younger generation. Lila, Norm’s seventeen-year-old daughter, recently organized a mask fundraiser for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. We interviewed her to learn more about her history with volunteering, her thoughts on the current pandemic, and what she wishes people would learn from it.
An open letter to Jason Kenney regarding the Auto Insurance Reform.
We’re happy to announce that Dan and his team of “Hill’s Angels” are back again for the MS Bike Tour this year. Social distancing oblige, their 12th year riding will be quite different, as the event, scheduled for July 25, will be entirely virtual.
While there is no season to do good and demonstrate our generosity, the holidays remind us to be charitable. For instance, the Assiff Law team contributed to the Edmonton Food Bank drive this month.