Preparing for the Storm, A Message from NCADA President

11 Sep 2018 9:38 PM | Lynette Pitt (Administrator)

As Hurricane Florence takes aim at North Carolina, we realize the impact this unprecedented occurrence will have on our members, in both their personal and professional lives. We have already canceled one event ahead of the storm, and urge all of you to exercise safety and caution in the days ahead. Hopefully, each of you has prepared, in the best possible manner, for the potential interruption to your businesses, as well as personal lives. The NCADA, as an organization, intends to lend support wherever possible in the aftermath of the hurricane.

Realizing that members and firms will be affected differently depending on their location and the ultimate path of the storm, we would like to have our members already thinking about ways to assist fellow NCADA firms. Therefore, as you take measures to prepare for the storm, keep in mind ways that you may assist other members if you are not impacted as greatly as others may be. It is our hope that those firms most severely impacted might have access to needed spare furniture, printers, office supplies, and even office space by those members who are not as severely affected.

If the storm has as much impact on the state as predicted, the NCADA will be reaching out to you in the days and weeks after the storm to assess the various needs in continuing and, in some cases perhaps even rebuilding, their legal practice. For those of you who are not affected as greatly, we will be reaching out to you for help for our brethren more adversely impacted. This may take the form of donating supplies and space, as well as monetary contributions.

Our organization consists of hundreds of wonderful attorneys and individuals. I’m confident that our members will assist their fellow comrades to every extent possible. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you, especially those on the coast, as you prepare for this storm.

Lawrence M. Baker

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