Category: Community Involvement

Florida Lawmakers Seek to Make Universal Dockless Bike-Share Regulations

If you’re one of the many bicyclists on Florida’s roads, you need to be aware of any new regulations regarding your form of transportation or pastime. The Law Offices of Chalik & Chalik offers details about how the state wants to create universal dockless bike-share regulations for those who bike-share throughout the state. How Does… read more

Safe Driving Resources for Teen Drivers

Chalik & Chalik wanted to share information on the best practices to teach new teen drivers.  You will find downloads to use in your discussions with your teen about the traffic laws and how to stay safe on the road.  Additionally, we have provided links to websites focused on helping parents teach their teens to… read more

Chalik & Chalik sponsors Survivors Scholarship

Chalik & Chalik Law Offices is proud to sponsor the Survivors Scholarship. The scholarship aims to assist individuals who have survived a serious medical diagnosis. We are proud to support these survivors as they move forward in their lives and pursue new opportunities. The $1,000 scholarship is open to those attending college or law school… read more

Avoid Sharing the Road with Cars on Bicycle Paths in Florida

People bicycle for many different reasons. Some do it for exercise, to save money on gas, or for sport and recreational purposes. But bicycling can be a dangerous source of transportation on Florida roads. Even streets with designated bike paths might not always provide the greatest protection from cars and put cyclists at risk for… read more

Debbie’s Dream Foundation: Curing Stomach Cancer

As dedicated as Jason and Debi Chalik are to their legal practice, they are just as enthusiastic about supporting philanthropy in their community. An organization near and dear to their hearts, Debbie’s Dream Foundation (DDF), is a national advocate for stomach cancer awareness, research and support, and it’s located right in the Chalik’s own backyard!… read more

ChildNet: A Look at One of the Chalik’s Favorite Children’s Charities

As a family-oriented law firm, the team at Chalik & Chalik values being a part of our South Florida community. Over the years, we’ve had the good fortune to be involved with a number of the state’s most highly respected non-profits and charitable organizations. One of the firm’s favorites is ChildNet, a charity helping children… read more

Chalik & Chalik Support the South Plantation High DECA Club

The Chalik & Chalik law firm is proud to announce the sponsorship of the South Plantation High School’s DECA Club. This local branch of the national marketing club has been in existence at the school since Jason was a student. Mr. Jerry Holt, a teacher at South Plantation when Jason was a student, has sponsored… read more

Debi and Jason Chalik Honored to Participate in I Care I Cure Charitable Event

On November 3, 2013, Jason and Debi were pleased to donate $500 for the opportunity to attend the organization’s Celebrity Chef Culinary & Wine Experience, while also participating in the nonprofit’s appeal. The event featured special bites and wine pairings by local chefs like Dena Marino, Max Santiago, Norman Van Aken, Michael Moran and Vince… read more

Winners of Our Recent Giveaways

Gift giving started early for us this year!  We wanted to thank all of our followers and participants in the two giveaways we sponsored last week.   During the Holiday Fest, which was a wonderful event for the family, we gave away 2 iPad Minis from a random drawing of all the participants who entered…. read more

Increasing Motorists Awareness of Sharing the Road to Decrease Florida Motorcycle Crashes

Motorcycles, cars, SUVs, and trucks are all technically considered legal vehicles on Florida roadways, but they differ greatly. Motorcycles weigh less than 1,500 pounds, cars weigh in around 4,000 pounds, SUVs weigh about 4,300 pounds, and trucks could weigh anywhere from 15,000 pounds to over 30,000 pounds. Motorcyclists in Florida share the roadway with these… read more