Simmons and Fletcher to Sponsor the 2023 Harris and Montgomery County Walk Like MADD

The attorneys at Simmons and Fletcher, P.C., Injury and Accident Lawyers are proud to be partnering with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) again for their annual Walk Like MADD 5K fundraising event for the Harris County and Montgomery County areas.

Walk Like MaddAbout Walk Like Madd is a national fundraising campaign that features walks across the United States to raise funds for Mothers Against Drunk Driving to use to advocate for stiffer drunk driving penalties, educate the public, and support victims.

Event Details

The Harris and Montgomery County Walk Like Madd event will be held on September 23, 2023, at 9:00 a.m., and will take place at Champion Forest Baptist Church Jersey Village, 16518 Jersey Village Dr., Jersey Village TX 77040. In addition to the walk, the entire parking lot will be filled with first responder vehicles and personnel ranging from Fire Trucks to Police and SWAT Vehicles to tour as well as tons of local sponsors’ booths with free giveaways.

About Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. Injury and Accident Lawyers

Simmons and Fletcher, P.C., Injury and Accident Lawyers is a personal injury law firm with principal offices located in Houston, Texas that has been representing victims of car accidents caused by drunk drivers in the Houston area since 1979. They are dedicated to speaking up for the injured and are proud to be supporting this event for a fourth year.

About Mothers Against Drunk Driving

 MADD is an international nonprofit organization whose goal is to create a future of No More Victims, The Walk Like MADD event is held annually in more than 90 cities across the country. Learn more about MADD in the video interview of Casie Harris, who is the Manager of Victim’s Services for Southeast Texas & The Valley for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).

Texas Efforts to Combat Drunk Driving

In June of 2023, Texas Governor Gregg Abbot signed a law ordering judges in Texas Courts to order criminals convicted of intoxicated manslaughter to pay child support to the victim’s children until they turn 18.  If the convicted driver is unable to pay because he/she is incarcerated, the convicted driver must begin monthly support payments determined by the court within a year of release and must enter a payment plan to pay for the amount in arrears.


Media Contacts:

Paul H. Cannon
Simmons and Fletcher, P.C., Injury & Accident Lawyers
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Heather Smith
Special Events Manager
MADD SE Texas Affiliate
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