U.S. Virgin Islands FEMA Disaster Legal Services Hotline Volunteer Form
The disaster legal aid hotline is manned by intake specialists from Louisiana Civil Justice Center (LCJC), which has a well-established history of providing disaster legal services to individuals in the aftermath of a catastrophic event. If callers require individual assistance they will be referred to an attorney barred in the Virgin Islands. We need attorneys to volunteer to respond to the referrals from the hotline.

Assistance through this hotline is available to U.S. Virgin Islanders affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Callers may need assistance with replacing wills and other important legal documents that were lost in the hurricanes, landlord-tenant issues that developed as a result of property damages, securing FEMA and other benefits, etc. Currently, legal advice is being provided to English and Spanish speaking callers. There is a need to assist French-Creole speakers, so please let us know if you are fluent in that language/dialect.

First Name
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Last Name
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USVI Bar Number
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Are you in good standing with the Virgin Islands Bar?
Which language(s)/dialect(s) do you speak?
e-mail address:
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Phone number:
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I prefer to work with clients in:
How many Virgin Islanders are you available to assist from the hotline?
Why type of law do you practice?
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Do you have any experience in the following areas? (Check all that apply)
Do you have any other experience or special knowledge that may apply to Virgin Islands hurricane survivors? If so, please explain:
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Do you foresee any conflicts in assisting hurricane survivors? If so, please explain.
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Do you have your own malpractice coverage?
Would you be interested in participating in a training or webinar for attorney volunteers?
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