(WAUCHULA, Fl.a) – Florida Rural Legal Services (FRLS) hosted Hurricane Ian survivors at the Hardee County Civic Center for an outreach event called Recovery Day, to offer civil legal aid on Monday, March 20.
Recovery Day is an event gathering that consisted of FRLS, The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and other local community agencies.
Following a massive tragedy, Hurricane Ian survivors are seeking aid from multiple organizations, including Florida Rural Legal Services. FRLS Attorney Tamara Williams was at the event to make sure survivors were aware of the civil legal services that the non-profit lawfirm offers.
Survivors were able to go to each organization's table and learn about the different kinds of services that were being offered. FEMA representatives were on hand to assist with questions about disaster claims.
With the help of many organizations, Hurricane Ian survivors were able to find relief after a life-changing event.
Survivors get help:
If you are in need of any of these services, please call 1-888-582-3410 or apply online at https://www.frls.org/apply-for-services. Also, reach out to us if you want us to do a presentation on legal aid regarding Hurricane Ian.
Qualified clients can receive free, confidential legal advice and referrals from FRLS attorneys and paralegals who have experience representing disaster relief survivors.