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PRESS RELEASE: Local Brewery to Host Fundraiser for Lone Star Legal Aid

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEPTEMBER 18, 2017 Houston, Texas – On September 29th, Under the Radar Brewery will be hosting a fundraiser benefiting Lone Star Legal Aid. LSLA’s Houston headquarters suffered an explosion and fire on the Monday following the first landfall of Hurricane Harvey, leaving attorneys and staff without a place to return to work. … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: Local Brewery to Host Fundraiser for Lone Star Legal Aid

HHS Accepting Client Statement as ID for D-SNAP Applications

Texas may have lost important documents like birth certificates, Social Security cards, and even driver's licenses after the floods from Hurricane Harvey. The Department of Health and Human Services has announced that they will take a client statement rather than the normal identifying documentation required when applying for D-SNAP (disaster snap benefits.) “We have Texas … Continue reading HHS Accepting Client Statement as ID for D-SNAP Applications

PRESS RELEASE: Lone Star Legal Aid Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Port Arthur Landlord

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 Port Arthur, Texas– Lone Star Legal Aid’s Beaumont Office has filed a request for a temporary restraining order that will force a landlord to halt efforts to discard a tenant’s belongings on the street following Hurricane Harvey flooding. Granted yesterday, the TRO will give the displaced and evacuated tenant … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: Lone Star Legal Aid Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Port Arthur Landlord

With the exception of Houston, all offices closed for Harvey, are now open

  All offices closed in the anticipation and aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, are now open, Houston being an exception. All of our branch offices are operating their normal business hours and routine, in addition to providing disaster legal services and triaging calls for the Houston office. At this time, the Houston office remains closed for all … Continue reading With the exception of Houston, all offices closed for Harvey, are now open