As the impact of Hurricane Harvey continues, we have created this repository of resources aimed to help aid in the recovery process. We are here to assist our clients with any needs that arise and like all of you, we look forward to better days ahead!
Hurricane Harvey Legal Newsletter
National Flood Insurance Guidelines for Cleanup
Provided by FEMA
School Closures in the Houston Area
How to Submit a Mutilated Currency Claim
U.S. Bureau of Engraving & Printing
Emergency Salvage of Flood Damaged Family Papers
National Archives & Records Administration
Replace Your Vital Records
5 Biggest Client Questions After Hurricane Harvey (subscription required)
The Jackson Walker family is coming together to help those in need. Many of our lawyers and staff have taken in displaced families and are volunteering at shelters. In the days and weeks ahead, we will be working with government and private groups to help the City of Houston work through the devastation wrought by Harvey and will continue to keep those affected by the storm in our thoughts.
Partner Amanda Zimmerman has worked tirelessly since the crisis began, first at the George R. Brown Convention Center and now at NRG Stadium organizing medical services. Amanda’s husband, Marc Eichenbaum, Special Assistant to the Mayor, is spearheading the city’s effort to coordinate shelters. We’re proud of their heroic efforts and dedication to the Houston community.
Houston associate John Hays served fourteen years in the Marine Corps as a gunnery sergeant and is still a member of the reserves today. John’s unit was activated to assist with flood related rescues. Along with other Marines in Houston, John has worked tirelessly to get assistance to people who need it, run off would-be looters, and teamed up with other Marines to reach the worst affected areas. John said “We won’t stop until everyone is accounted for, period.”