The Czack Law Firm believes that taking time to care is both a responsibility and a privilege. We recognize that expressing our gratitude and providing assistance to those who need it most is the least we can do for the community we serve.

The Czack Law Firm and Michael Czack are involved with or have taken an active role in numerous civic organizations and charities throughout Northeast Ohio. The firm proudly supports or has supported the following organizations in various ways:

Save Ohio Strays (SOS), a non-profit organization that focuses on dog and cat rescue, care and placement for those destined for premature euthanasia. Learn more about Save Ohio Strays.

 Fresh Air Camp, a week-long summer camp for children who are ventilator and tracheotomy dependent. Learn more about Fresh Air Camp.

The Ohio Lawmen Softball Association, a non-profit organization that competes in safety force softball tournaments nationwide. At an award ceremony in Las Vegas, Mr. Czack received the National Police Sponsor of the Year for the Midwestern Region of the United States for the time, commitment and resources he has dedicated to the organization.

• The Greater Cleveland Police Scholarship Fund is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1999. The Fund sponsors events to aid the families of officers killed in the line of duty. Learn more about the Greater Cleveland Police Scholarship Fund.

The Greater Cleveland Football Coaches Association. Michael Czack has donated his time coaching varsity high school football for many years. In 2013, the Greater Cleveland Football Coaches Association selected him to be an assistant coach for the West team at the Annual East-West All Star Game. The game was played in June at George Finnie Stadium on the campus of Baldwin Wallace University. Mr. Czack’ s son, Colton, was voted by area coaches to play for the West All-Stars making the event extra special for the Czack family.

The Greater Cleveland Football Coaches Association is a voluntary organization established in 1956 with three primary objectives:

• To support and promote high school football in the Greater Cleveland Area and to encourage harmonious relations between the coaches of respective schools.
• To work toward improving both the conditions and quality of football in the Greater Cleveland area providing its members the latest methods and coaching techniques.
• To provide scholarship monies for deserving high school football players who will be attending their first year of college.

• Cleveland Browns Adapted Football. For more than 60 years, the Achievement Centers for Children has recognized the importance of recreation for children and young adults with a variety of disabilities.  Adapted sports are modified, competitive sports for individuals with disabilities. (www.achievementcenters.org/adapted-sports)

The Achievement Centers, with the support of the Cleveland Browns Foundation and the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, offer adapted football for a variety of children and teens throughout the Cuyahoga County area.

The Czack Law Firm has assisted with the adapted football skills camp and volunteers coaching throughout the season.

If you or someone you know has suffered a serious personal injury due to someone else’s negligence, then call us today at 216-696-9216 or email: mczack@czacklaw.comThere is no cost or obligation to meet with or speak to Mr. Czack or a member of his staff. We welcome the opportunity to serve you.