Kentucky Flooding Relief

In the recovery from the flooding in Kentucky, the Fastcase team is working with state bar associations to keep legal research member benefits available to lawyers during the storm.  For any attorney, paralegal, or legal professional that might need access to legal research services for pro-bono efforts in the recovery effort and does not have access through a state bar please reach out to for temporary access to Fastcase. If you’re out of your office, you have access to the law library through the state bar.

Disaster Related Legal Resources


Disaster Relief Contacts & Resources

Please review the contacts and resources listed below. They can help you prepare for, survive, and recover from a disaster.  We will post additional resources as they become available.


Bar Association Resources

Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Flood Relief Fund

Eastern Kentucky Flooding Recovery Resources

Statement from the KBA President Regarding the KDA’s Recovery Resources

ABA Disaster Recovery Resources for Practicing Lawyers

ABA Division of Bar Services for Disaster Recovery and Planning

Clio’s Disaster Assistance Program



National Disaster Legal Aid Resource Center

American Red Cross – (800) 733-2767

Salvation Army – (800) SAL-ARMY

Missing Persons Registries – (833) 872-5176


Federal Resources

FEMA’s Federal Disaster Assistance Process for Individuals – (800) 621-FEMA 

Department of Homeland Security – (202) 282-8000

Dept. of Health and Human Services – (877) 696-6775

Centers for Disease Control – (800) CDC-INFO

Small Business Administration – (800) 659-2955


Psychological & Counseling Resources

Phases of Traumatic Stress Reactions in a Disaster (800) 698-2411

American Red Cross (800) 733-2767

Salvation Army (800) SAL-ARMY

Disaster Mental Health Resources

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