For those who may be part of the Clark v Astrue class, further details for advocates and consumers are posted here.
NSCLC is an advocacy organization that provides education and counseling for legal services advocates nationwide. It does not provide legal advice or guidance to individuals. However, there are many local advocates and organizations that do. Here is a list of those Web resources that may help you or a caregiver find the legal help you need.
- National Legal Resource Center has valuable information and links to legal help for older adults and for advocates as well.
- The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys has members who help seniors with legal issues; there is and a list of attorneys on their Web site.
- Legal Services Corporation Directory contains a nationwide directory of attorneys who help low-income older adults in civil (not criminal) matters.
- The National Disability Rights Network has a directory of disability rights agencies nationwide.
- The American Bar Association provides useful links to lawyer referral services and pro bono legal help for those with limited incomes.
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