Here are some other places that you can get legal help
HELP4TN – Free help to find resources to deal with civil legal issues for those who cannot afford a lawyer. Call 1-888-help4tn and leave a message at any time. Calls are returned by a licensed Tennessee lawyer.
Free Legal Answers – Free legal advice about civil problems for Tennessee residents with income less than 250% of poverty and minimum assets. You create a user name and password and post a legal question. A lawyer will respond through the website: tn.freelegalanswers.org
Nashville Bar Association/Dial-A-Lawyer – Free legal advice by telephone from volunteer lawyers on the first Tuesday each month between 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM. Call 615-242-9272
Davidson County Public Defender – Free Legal help for poor defendants who are in jail, charged with a crime and are unable to make bond, or other defendants by court order. The office is at 404 James Robertson Parkway, Suite 2022, Nashville TN. To apply for help or for more information call 615-862-5730
ACLU-TN – Help to address civil liberties and civil rights matters arising in the state of Tennessee with information, self help information, referrals and limited representation in lawsuits. Complete the on-line form at www.aclu-tn.org to apply.
Disability Rights Tennessee – Free legal help for Tennesseans with disabilities in certain types of cases.To apply for help or for more information call 1-800-342-1660.
Southern Migrant Legal Services in Nashville – Free legal services to migrant and seasonal farm workers in Tennessee. To apply for help or for more information call 1-866-721-7828.
Tennessee Fair Housing Council – Help to address housing discrimination, provides education and advocacy on housing