Helpful Resources

Our hearts are breaking. So many friends, co-workers, clients and neighbors have been displaced or have lost everything in both the Thomas Fire and the Thomas Flood. We are putting together a helpful WHO TO CALL and WHAT TO DO list that will be constantly updated and improved around the clock. We want to keep you as informed as possible. Community strong! If we can be of any assistance, please call, click or come by.

 

LIVE MAP OF FIRES.

The immediate needs of those affected by the wildfires are great, and the recovery process will be long and difficult in communities throughout the state.

The list below contains links to information and local resources for those affected as well as to organizations providing immediate and long-term relief. It will be updated as more information and resources are available.

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Region-wide help

  • Direct Relief is providing medicine, supplies and safety equipment to communities throughout Southern California affected by wildfires
  • The CCF Wildfire Relief Fund supports intermediate and long-term recovery efforts for major California wildfires, as well as preparedness efforts.

Santa Barbara County resources

Ventura County

  • Ready Ventura County offers up-to-the-minute information on evacuations, available shelters and school and road closures.
  • The Red Cross of Ventura County provides shelter locations, evacuation updates and safety information to those in affected areas. Those wishing to volunteer should visit their Volunteer Connection page.
  • The Humane Society of Ventura County is seeking donations after taking in more than 300 animals left homeless by the fire.
  • The Thomas Fire Fund, launched by the United Way of Ventura County, will use 100% of all contributions to support those in the community who have been affected by the fire.
  • The Ventura County Community Disaster Relief Fund, created by the Ventura County Community Foundation, supports organizations providing shelter and long-term housing, legal services, education, healthcare and other immediate and long-term needs of those affected by the Thomas Fire.

Los Angeles County

  • Cal Fire offers current information on major fires across the state, including evacuations, road closures, containment and maps of maps of affected areas.
  • The Red Cross of Los Angeles County provides provides shelter locations, evacuation updates and safety information to those threatened by the fires.
  • The Los Angeles Emergency Management Department provides shelter locations, school closures, emergency information and updates for those affected by the fires.

San Diego County

When supporting relief organizations, consider marking your gift as general operating support. By doing so, you enable the organization to both respond to current disasters and be prepared for those that may arise in the future. More tips for effective disaster giving can be found here.

Does The Firm Handle Cases Throughout California?

Yes! While John T. Richards, APLC is a San Diego based civil litigation firm, we have represented clients from Eureka to Needles to Chula Vista and every city in between.

Contact John T. Richards, APLC for a FREE consultation about any type of personal injury claim including motor vehicle accident, motorcycle accident, industrial injury, railroad injury, wrongful death as well as any claims against your homeowners insurance who is not handling your fire or flood claim in a fair and professional manner. In 25 years there is no type of case that Mr. Richards has not successfully litigated.

We speak for the victim. We speak insurance. Se habla español. No fee unless we provide results. Do not hesitate to Contact Us.

Remember, the sooner you begin this process, the sooner we can get our investigators on the scene, the better chance we have to preserve the evidence that you need to successfully win your case, and the sooner your life and the life of your family will return to normal. Contact us today!

JOHN T RICHARDS, APLC
101 West Broadway, Suite #1950
San Diego, CA 92101
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