A Post-Hurricane Bankruptcy Wake-Up Call Experts expect post-hurricane bankruptcy claims to soar. Washington Post columnist and Day to Day personal finance contributor Michelle Singletary speaks to Alex Chadwick about how the looming change in bankruptcy law could affect victims of Katrina and Rita.
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A Post-Hurricane Bankruptcy Wake-Up Call

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A Post-Hurricane Bankruptcy Wake-Up Call

A Post-Hurricane Bankruptcy Wake-Up Call

A Post-Hurricane Bankruptcy Wake-Up Call

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Experts expect post-hurricane bankruptcy claims to soar. Washington Post columnist and Day to Day personal finance contributor Michelle Singletary speaks to Alex Chadwick about how the looming change in bankruptcy law could affect victims of Katrina and Rita.

ABA Young Lawyers Division/FEMA is offering help for victims of hurricanes Rita and Katrina:

• Victims in Alabama should call (800) 354-6154.

• Victims in Louisiana should call (800) 310-7029.

• Victims in Mississippi should call (866) 255-4495.

• Victims in Texas should call (800) 504-7030.