The North Charleston shelter’s play yard to be renamed in honor of Joye Law Firm’s client and his dogs.
June 8, 2022 CHARLESTON, SC – The Joye Law Firm, a North Charleston-based personal injury law practice, presented a $100,000 memorial contribution to the Charleston Animal Society today. The firm represents the estate of Mr. Johnny Scott, a local man who was paralyzed and later died from injuries sustained in an automobile collision. Even while hospitalized and fighting for his life, Johnny’s main concern was making sure someone was caring for Gina and Luca, his two beloved Cane Corsos. During their time of need, the Charleston Animal Society stepped up and provided care and shelter to the dogs, who were often seen playing together in the facility’s play yard.
After Johnny’s tragic passing, the Charleston Animal Society worked tirelessly to ensure his two dogs would be re-homed and well-loved once more.
The firm’s $100,000 will go toward revitalizing the shelter’s play yard, the same area that was so special for Gina and Luca during their time there. The yard will be renamed in honor of Mr. Scott and his dogs.
The attorneys presented the donation to Joe Elmore and Kay Hyman of the Charleston Animal Society on June 8th at 1:30pm at the shelter, which is located at 2455 Remount Rd, North Charleston, SC.
The event was attended by members of the media and the public.