The Bakersfield personal injury law firm Chain | Cohn | Stiles is proud to announce its partnership with The New Groove 99.3, “Bakersfield’s Old School” station.
UPDATE: To hear audio clips of Chain | Cohn | Stiles on The Groove, go below and click on the links.
The Buckley Radio Group station — which is family owned and operated — is now airing various CCS commercials throughout the day (to listen to these, click the links below under “Radio Commercials”). Twice a month also you will find our attorneys chatting live in air with Groove DJ Sheri Ortiz about various personal injury and workers compensation* cases handled by the law firm, discussing Kern County injury cases getting attention in the media, and answering questions from listeners. You can also find our logo and link on the Groove’s website.
Catch us this month with Sheri Ortiz on Thursday, Aug. 28, and on Friday, Aug. 29. Check back to this post for a schedule of future radio appearances.
Additionally, the partnership between Chain | Cohn | Stiles and The Groove includes participation in three nonprofit events.
- October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We’ll be reminding women and men on air to see a doctor for a mammogram on each Buckley station, which includes KLLY, KKBB and KNZR.
- In November and December, we’ll also be involved with Bakersfield Toys for Tots Toy Drive, which raises funds to provide toys to supplement the collections of local coordinators and defray the costs of conducting annual Toys for Tots campaigns.
- We’ll also be a part of the “Don’t Drink and Drive Campaign” from Dec. 24 to 31. This falls in line with Chain | Cohn | Stiles’ commitment to raise awareness about the dangers of drinking and driving. This year, the law firm is helping organize and host Bakersfield’s first-ever “Walk/Run Like MADD” with Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Kern County. Learn more about the Sept. 20 event HERE.
Here are the radio commercials you can find airing now on Groove 99.3. To listen to some of our other radio commercials, which will air during each Bakersfield College Renegades football game, go HERE.
- The Groove 99.3 with Sheri Ortiz, Aug. 28: CCS’ Jorge Barrientos and Kern County Deputy District Attorney David Wold discuss the upcoming “Walk/Run Like MADD.” Click HERE to listen to the show.
*NOTICE: Making a false or fraudulent Workers’ Compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in a prison or a fine of up to $150,000 or double the values of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.