Attorneys say Bay Space Afghans hit devastating roadblocks getting households out of Kabul

Attorneys say Bay Area Afghans hit devastating roadblocks getting families out of Kabul

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – Almost a week after Afghanistan fell to the Taliban, the situation there is more desperate than ever. “He is very afraid of what will happen to his family,” said Ann Block, an immigration attorney. RELATED: Concern over the evacuation of U.S. citizens, allies from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, grows Block works with a … Read more

UT in search of methods to assist incoming freshmen and not using a dwelling; attorneys say households can lawyer up

UT looking for ways to help incoming freshmen without a home; attorneys say families can lawyer up

Lawyers say families can sue UT for housing shortages Justin Matthews reports. TAMPA, Fla. – – The University of Tampa says it is beginning to move incoming freshmen to campus accommodation at the Barrymore Hotel after many were told that on-campus accommodation was full, causing families to start moving before the fall semester begins on … Read more

US Attorneys Workplace Shares Sources For Crime Victims, Households With Day Of Hope

US Attorneys Office Shares Resources For Crime Victims, Families With Day Of Hope

The US Attorney’s Office ensures that crime victims and their families are informed about the resources available to them. It had partnered with law enforcement and community organizations across Green Country to host a Community Hope Day. The event was held in the Tulsa Promenade Mall parking lot in honor of National Crime Victims’ Rights … Read more

Households File Chemical Spill Lawsuit In opposition to Louisiana Firm –

Families File Chemical Spill Lawsuit Against Louisiana Company

Toxic chemicals caused cancer and death, according to a new lawsuit. Attorney Thomas Wahlder and Attorney Lawrence Centola have filed a medical lawsuit against the former Dresser plant in Pineville, Louisiana alleging that a chemical spill at the facility caused serious medical problems for local residents, including three types of cancer and the death of … Read more