West Palm Beach Law Firm and Local Agencies Organize Hurricane Ida Louisiana Disaster Relief Drive

Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey, & Fronrath a West Palm Beach personal injury law firm has partnered with Sheriff Rick Bradshaw of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, Place of Hope, Mayor Ronnie Felder of the City of Riviera Beach, and the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department by organizing a Louisiana disaster relief drive in South Florida. The destruction caused by Hurricane Ida has left a great need for support and all the sponsors of the event are eager to help.

Donations will be collected Saturday, Oct. 16 at Lake Lytal Park from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Those that donate will enjoy free barbeque provided by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Grill Team.

Lance Ivey, a partner of Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey, and Fronrath, said, “It is important that we bring the entire community together to help those suffering in Louisiana due to the destruction caused by Hurricane Ida. We want to make sure our fellow Americans in Louisiana receive support they need and are taken care of during their greatest time of need.”

The location of the donation drive also holds a special meaning for the law firm. Lake Lytal Park is named after Lake Lytal Sr, 32-year Palm Beach County Commissioner, and father of the founding member of Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey, and Fronrath, Lake Lytal Jr. The entrance to the park is 3645 Gun Club Road West Palm Beach, Florida 33406.

About Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey, & Fronrath: The law firm represents the plaintiff in personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability, motor vehicle accidents, and nursing home abuse cases. Their national reputation for representing and Fighting For The Rights of those who have been injured is well known.