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The Gatlinburg disaster recovery center will end operations Friday but survivors of the Sevier County wildfires still have until Monday to register with FEMA for disaster assistance.
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PIGEON FORGE, February 7, 2017 – Legal Aid of East Tennessee (LAET) and the Sevier County Bar Association will offer a FREE LEGAL ADVICE CLINIC for wildfire survivors Friday, February 10 at the Boyd’s Bear Donation Center, 149 Cates Lane in Pigeon Forge. Clinic hours are 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Those impacted by the...
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Survivors needing disaster assistance for damage from the Sevier County wildfires are encouraged to register soon. Time is running out.
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Survivors of the Sevier County wildfires will not lose Social Security benefits, pay additional taxes or give up income-based benefit programs if they accept federal disaster assistance.
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SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. — The Pigeon Forge disaster recovery center will end operations Monday, Jan. 23, but survivors affected by the Sevier County wildfires may still visit the Gatlinburg recovery center which remains open.
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The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today the opening of a Business Recovery Center (BRC) in Sevier County on January 9, to help businesses impacted by the wildfires that occurred from Nov. 28 through Dec. 9.
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SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. — Disaster survivors whose vehicles were damaged or destroyed by the Sevier County wildfires of Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2016 may be eligible to receive federal assistance to repair or replace those vehicles.  
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A toll-free legal aid hotline is now available for victims of wildfires in Sevier County, Tennessee. The service, which allows callers to request the assistance of a lawyer, is a partnership between the Tennessee Bar Association (TBA), Legal Aid of East Tennessee (LAET), Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services (TALS), the Tennessee Supreme Court’s Access to...
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SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. — Sevier County wildfire survivors applying for FEMA disaster assistance may easily overlook a small detail that can result in a letter of ineligibility.
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As Sevier County residents work to rebuild following the devastating Nov. 28 – Dec. 9 wildfire, the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) officials are cautioning them about phony, unscrupulous building contractors and other scam artists that often take advantage of people following a disaster.
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