Public service has always been very important to Montlick and Associates. Mr. David R. Montlick, the firm's founder and Chief Executive Officer, describes why such service is a constant theme in the firm's practice:
“I have always believed that attorneys serve an important role in protecting individuals in our society. That is why our firm is involved in numerous public service initiatives. As a personal injury law firm, we have seen more than our fair share of situations where children have been injured or killed - and so many times, it could have been prevented. That is why our firm created the Help Keep Kids Safe program back in 1987 and have since supported and created many other programs that promote Family Safety and Injury Prevention. If these programs result in one less injury to a child or even save a life, then it has all been worth the effort.”
David R. Montlick, Founder & CEO
Montlick & Associates has made an extensive commitment to support the research efforts at the Emory Orthopaedics and Spine Center. This particular support is profoundly meaningful because the Emory University School of Medicine is involved in important research that will ultimately benefit both our clients and society in general.
The Emory Orthopaedics and Spine Center is one of the largest university-based programs of its kind in the world. In recognition of the particular support we are providing, we have received two significant honors in the new facility.
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We are very pleased to be able to support this important research and the dedicated physicians and staff who are committed to improving the quality of people's lives.
The Mayo Clinic’s mission is “to inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by providing the best care to every patient through integrated clinical practice, education and research.”
Our CEO and founder, Mr. David Montlick, and his family are recognized as Major Benefactors of the Mayo Clinic. The Mayo Clinic thanked the Montlick Family by naming a piece of artwork in their honor, located on the second floor of the Cannady Building. Next to the artwork (“Orchids Silver and Gold” by John Bunker) is a plaque recognizing the family and their generosity.
For more information about the Mayo Clinic please visit mayoclinic.org.