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Andijar & Levine Cares for Veteran Families

Personal injury is really at the heart of what Once A Soldier’s mission is. Many times our families are subjected to the actual event or the aftermath of a Veteran suicide. PTSD can happen to anyone, whether from a car crash, a near tragedy, or from many other sources – including suicide. Learn more about PTSD here. Anidjar & Levine understand our mission and we are happy to have them sponsor our Positive Progress event.

When another person’s careless or negligent actions cause you to suffer serious injuries and cost you thousands of dollars, you have a legal right to file a claim for compensation to cover your losses.

At the Law Firm of Anidjar & Levine, our Jacksonville personal injury lawyers have experience handling a wide variety of personal injury claims. Call us today at 800-747-3733 to schedule your free case analysis and learn more about your legal options for compensation.

Giving Back

Our clients rely on us to help protect them during their toughest moments, but our commitment doesn’t end there. We have made it a fundamental part of our business to give back to the community we call home. Through charitable, civic, and professional organizations, we give back in time, talent, and dollars to better the lives of those around us.

In the past and present, we have helped the following:

The Broward Sherriff’s Foundation, Family Fun Day – The Children’s Science Museum, Miami Dolphin’s Cancer Challenge, Jewish Federation, Kids in Distress, MADD, and others!

Supporting Once A Soldier happened on the first call after the first email. Marc Andijar believes in our mission and many others.


I would like to thank you for all that you do.  I am truly thankful for your dedication to knowing the problem and trying to make others aware of the tragedy soldiers and their families endure.

Helen Taylor

Mother of Cedrick Taylor

This is a great resource for families that are faced with the hardships that come with veteran soldier suicide. 

Kevin Johns

Father of Jerod Johns