Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017|6 p.m.
. The Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, which has actually been using assistance, therapy and free legal support to those impacted by the Oct. 1 mass shooting, has actually packaged beneficial legal and financial information in a “toolkit” now readily available online.
The Vegas & Strong Legal & Financial Toolkit offers a one-stop site for information on resources, such as medical facilities waiving portions of medical costs, ways to pay for funeral expenditures, and ideas for those who worked during the festival.
“We recognize many victims, survivors and households are handling grief and shock and are not ready now to deal with the myriad of civil legal issues that will emerge in the days, weeks, and months to come,” Barbara Buckley, executive director of Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, said in a news release. “That’s why the Vegas Strong Legal & & Financial Toolkit will be such a great resource for them, supplying basic info on the first steps to take in handling the aftermath of the tragedy. This remains in addition to the one-on-one counseling and legal representation our workplace is attending to civil legal aid issues.”
Those looking for extended representation– which does not include clients wishing to pursue negligence-type claims– will be assisted by staff attorneys with the legal aid center, and other volunteer lawyers, according to the news release.
“The State Bar of Nevada has actually devoted to dealing with bar associations around the nation to find complimentary legal resources in the states where show attendees live for a consultation or legal representation,” the release stated. The toolkit will be updated as services expand.
For more details or to set up a visit, call 702-386-1598 in between 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (regional time) Monday to Friday or through email, [ e-mail safeguarded]