Arkansas Personal Injury Lawyers Recognize Linda Craig and Her Organization, COPS

March 10, 2014

Giving back to the communities we serve is important to each of the Arkansas Personal Injury Attorneys with the law firm of Rainwater, Holt & Sexton. That is why, as part of The Ripple Effect initiative, the firm recently honored the president of a local charitable organization dedicated to helping others.

The organization, known as Concerns Of Police Survivors (COPS), focuses on offering support and assistance to the families of law enforcement officials who are killed in the line of duty. Linda Craig, who is the president of the Arkansas chapter of the organization, joined the organization in 2001 after losing her husband the previous year. She soon became even more involved with COPS, and two-years later became vice president of the Arkansas chapter. She held the position for more than a decade before being named president.

In that time, Ms. Craig has offered her advice and counsel to hundreds of families dealing with the loss of a loved one. She also works to challenge and encourage those individuals to rebuild their lives from the ground up.

The Little Rock Personal Injury Attorneys with the law firm of Rainwater, Holt & Sexton applaud the work Linda Craig has done to improve the lives of others. The firm encourages citizens to keep up with others who are being recognized as part of The Ripple Effect by regularly visiting our website.

 

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