Fire Relief Resources
What to Know: Quick Resources for Fire Relief
In the wake of the horrible wildfires that tore across the state in early September and continue to burn, Oregon’s trial lawyers have established a hotline and pro bono resources to support victims of fire-damaged homes, businesses, and property by providing free consultations about insurance claims and next steps. The Oregon Trial Lawyers Association’s fire support services will answer the phones and travel to fire-ravaged communities to help Oregonians recoup their losses and get back on their feet.
Not sure where to begin? These resources should help. Check out the videos embedded below for a quick introduction to where to begin and how to proceed. Dates and locations for in-person consultation events are listed below. COVID-19 precautions are in place and will be strictly adhered to.
Need assistance with your fire claim? OTLA attorneys across the state are providing pro bono assistance for those affected by wildfires. If you are unable to attend an in-person event, fill out the form below to start the process and an attorney will reach out to you within one (1) business day. Forms are available in both English and Spanish. Fill out the form online and save your copy before emailing it to OTLAFireHelp@gmail.com.
In-Person Legal Consultation Events
Sunday, Oct. 18, 1 pm – 4 pm, Lane County Fairgrounds Convention Center, 796 W 13th Ave, Eugene
Thursday, Oct. 15, 4 pm – 6 pm, Lincoln City Outlet Mall, 1500 SE East Devils Lake Rd Ste. 410
Saturday, Oct 17, Talent Elementary School, 307 Wagner Creek Rd, Talent
Wednesday, October 14 4-6 pm, Molalla River School District Gymnasium, 412 S Swiegle Ave
Saturday, October 17, 11 am – 2 pm, Springwater Presbyterian Church, 24553 S Springwater Road, Estacada
Saturday Oct. 17 and Sunday Oct. 18, Virtual via Zoom, call 202.294.1020 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule