Kotak Law donates to Wounded Warriors in recognition of Military Appreciation Day 2016
Following a similar gesture in 2015, Nainesh Kotak of Kotak Personal Injury Law has again made a pledge to purchase 1,000 tickets for military members and their families, and cadets, for the Brampton Beast’s annual Military Appreciation Day game. The game will be held on November 13th at 2:00pm.
Mr. Kotak has also made a donation of $2,000 to Wounded Warriors ahead of the 2016 Military Appreciation Day activities. Wounded Warriors Canada is a a not-for-profit organization that supports ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans, and their families. He also committed to donating an additional $100 for each goal scored by the Beast in the upcoming game.
In light of these contributions, Sunday’s game will again be dubbed “Kotak Law Military Appreciation Day”.
Nainesh Kotak 2016 Top Choice Award Acceptance Speech
Nainesh Kotak flies with the Breitling Jet Team
Personal injury lawyer Nainesh Kotak got the rare opportunity to ride shotgun with the Breitling Jet Team. He was invited to fly with the Swiss watchmaker’s jet team, which was established in 2003, and got to experience their high-flying aerobatics first-hand.
Kotak Personal Injury Law hosts the Brampton Sports Hall of Fame Inductees 2016
On April 1 of this year, Kotak Personal Injury Law’s Nainesh Kotak hosted the inductees to the Brampton Sports Hall of Fame at their suite at the Powerade Centre at a Brampton Beast Game.
Highlights from Kotak Law Military Appreciation Day 201
Kotak Personal Injury Law – Military Appreciation Day
On November 15th, Kotak Personal Injury Law sponsored a day of Remembrance and appreciation for the brave soldiers that fight for our country day in and day out.
Kotak Law Military Appreciation Day Details Announced
Personal injury lawyer Nainesh Kotak, has stepped up in support to the Brampton Beasts Military Appreciation Day in a big way. Mr. Kotak, who is the principal at Mississauga personal injury law firm Kotak Personal Injury Law, purchased 1,000 tickets to the game against the Kalamazoo Wings on Sunday November 15, 2015, and distributed them to members of the military, both active and veteran.
Mr. Kotak also made $2,000 donation to Wounded Warriors Canada, a not-for-profit organization that supports ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans, and their families.