Curcio Law is proud to team up with Bishop Ireton High School and their Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) program. This educational, informative, and inspiring talk will be shared with new and potential drivers at Bishop Ireton and their parents. Tom’s presentation includes sobering statistics related to the current safety crisis — Distracted Driving. Stories related to the costs associated with Distracted Driving are shared, along with simple steps that drivers (and passengers) of all ages can use immediately to help everyone around them End Distracted Driving. The goal is to provide the information needed to help everyone make safe choices when behind the wheel.
To learn more about the End Distracted Driving (EndDD) initiative visit enddd.org.
Curcio Law partnered recently with La Prima Catering to provide meals to the compassionate United Community volunteers who dedicate their time to serving others. United Community’s mission is to end multi-generational poverty by providing food, education, and health services to those who in need throughout Alexandria and Fairfax.
All of us at Curcio Law are passionate about assisting those in the community who need our help the most. Read More
The Woodrow Wilson Bridge Half Marathon & 6k is an exciting, exhilarating athletic challenge which begins and ends near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in historic Old Town Alexandria. Created in 2010, it is ranked amongst the top 27 best half marathons in the United States by Runner’s World magazine (February 2013). The race benefits several non-proﬁt organizations, including Autism Speaks, Back on my Feet, Runningbrooke, Capital Area Food Bank, and Leukemia Lymphoma Society Team in Training. Curcio Law is a major sponsor for the race and Tom volunteers his time by leading the elite runners on his bicycle.
HOBY is a leadership conference started by Hugh O’Brian, the TV actor known for portraying Wyatt Earp. He was influenced by humanitarian Dr. Albert Schweitzer during a 9 day volunteer trip to Africa and upon returning to the States, wanted to create something to teach young people to think for themselves through service and leadership. Thus the leadership conference was created, and now thousands of high school sophomores, including Michael, one of Tom’s sons, and Ally, our receptionist, learn about their own leadership skills and how to best utilize them. Since then, Curcio Law has been an avid supporter of HOBY and sent Ally to the Virginia Conference this year to share her talents and inspire students to promote leadership and service in their communities.
Created in 1969, United Community Ministries exists to serve and provide for poor families in the Mount Vernon community of Alexandria, Virginia. Curcio Law has been promoting UCM’s message for many years, through can food drives, monetary and physical donations, as well as volunteering with the organization. We strive to perpetuate the vision and mission of UCM by providing for, and empowering our community.
Below are a few other charities Curcio Law supports:
"$2,000,000.00 Auto Pedestrian Hit by Car / Brain Injury"
"$2,000,000.00 Pedestrian Hit By Bus / Broken Foot, Surgery Complications & Partial Choroidal Detachment"
"$2,000,000.00 Wrongful Death Settlement"
"$1,900,000.00 Pedestrian Hit By Truck / Fractured Pelvis & Multiple Surgeries"
"$1,500,000.00 Auto Accident / Wrongful Death"
"$1,200,000.00 Auto Accident / Broken Neck, Punctured Lung"
"$847,500.00 Dangerous Dog Bite / Facial Injury, Scarring"
"$600,000.00 Tractor Trailer Crash / Neck Injury, requiring surgery"
"$595,000.00 (Jury Verdict) Auto Accident / Broken Foot"
"$546,905.00 Auto Accident / Neck injury, Herniated Disc"