Still Dealing With Hurricane Ida Problems? Free Legal Help is Available!Posted on: May 24, 2022
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Hurricane Ida happened last summer. Some people still have storm-related legal problems.
Good news: there is free legal aid to help.
Southeast Louisiana Legal Assistance (“SLLS”) attorneys help with legal issues after storms and other disasters.
See if you qualify for help with problems like the ones listed here:
- Problems getting aid from FEMA
- What to do if FEMA turns down your claim
- Finding out what happened to your FEMA claim
- Proving you own the home damaged by Ida
- Problems getting aid or insurance if the listed owner(s) of the damaged home died
- Problems for renters with security deposits, overdue hurricane repairs, and evictions
- Problems with Disaster Unemployment Assistance
- Problems with home contractors or people hired to fix your property
- Questions about home repair contracts
SLLS may be able to help!
You can apply for free legal aid online here: https://slls.org/get-help/
You can call to ask about free legal aid here: 1-844-244-7871.
Be ready to say briefly what kind of legal problem you have.
Be ready to answer some questions about your money situation. That helps SLLS find out if you qualify for free legal help.
Here’s more information about appealing a FEMA decision on your claim.
You have 60 days to appeal FEMA’s decision .
Depending on your situation you may still be able to appeal for more help after the 60-day deadline.
Contact SLLS today to learn more.