First Responder Heroes

One of the greatest assets to a community are the people who help keep our loved-ones safe. Every neighborhood, road, office, school, or household is at risk to an unplanned emergency.  When an unfortunate event occurs, we want someone there in a split second to help. 

James Wettermark stands with First Responder Heroes for a picture.Wettermark Keith deeply appreciates the dedication and hard work that these special people in our communities uphold, and the firm consistently sponsors a celebration of one of these special people each month in several regional cities. First Responder Heroes are people we can count on to help our family members when in need. Many of them work for emergency service organizations including police departments, sheriff departments, fire and rescue departments, ambulances services, and other emergency response services.

Watch James Wettermark explain the importance of First Responder Heroes and what they mean to Wettermark Keith. 

The attorneys and staff of Wettermark Keith work with emergency responders every day on behalf of the clients. Knowing the crucial and vital role these individuals play to help our communities, was the catalyst to embark on a way to honor these heroes. After a brainstorming session with a few partners, the First Responder Heroes Awards recognition was born. Since 2014, the partners of Wettermark Keith have been honored to salute the women and men who serve, and each month the firm is excited to learn about the next awardee. Please nominate your local hero today!

Nominate a First Responder Hero in your community!
Select the viewing area you are, please follow the links to the nomination form:

Watch Chris Keith sincerely thank all of the nation’s first responder heroes and Boy Scouts of America Troop 489

Watch the following videos of our First Responder Hero Awards!
And like these special individuals, Wettermark Keith salutes and honors all of the First Responder Heroes.

James Wettermark Stands with First Responders    A man and a child standing in a room.   James Wettermark stands with a Sheriff's officer and another man.