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Brett H. Oppenheimer, PLLC Shows Support for Bluegrass Community After Tornadoes Strike Kentucky


Four tornadoes ripped through Kentucky on the night of Saturday, December 11, devastating the Bluegrass community and other parts of the state. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear has confirmed at least 60 dead, and many Kentucky residents are facing property damage and power loss.

Our Contributions

At Brett H. Oppenheimer, PLLC, our hearts go out to everyone affected by these disastrous storms, and we have taken every step to support our community.

The American Red Cross (Bluegrass Area Chapter)

We have donated to the Bluegrass Area Chapter of the American Red Cross to help the organization find missing family members, open emergency shelters, provide blood products to hospitals, assess the damage, and find other ways to support our community.

The Blue Grass Community Foundation

Our firm has also donated to the Blue Grass Community Foundation’s CFWK Disaster Relief Fund to help our neighbors and friends rebuild and provide aid to the victims of the Western Kentucky tornadoes.

Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund

Finally, we are proud to support the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund established by Governor Beshear to assist those impacted by both the tornadoes and severe weather on December 11.

Serving Our Community Since 1991

We sincerely hope our contributions help those in need with their recovery efforts. We are proud to be members of the Bluegrass community, and we want to see our entire state rebuild after these deadly tornadoes.

If you’d like to join us in supporting the American Red Cross, the Blue Grass Community Foundation, or the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund, please open the hyperlinks throughout this blog.

As always, Brett H. Oppenheimer, PLLC remains available to help those injured by other people’s negligence. We have been serving our community since 1991, and we will not stop now.

If you need us for any reason, please do not hesitate to call Brett at (502) 242-8877 or send him a message online.

In the meantime, our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of this natural disaster, and we are doing everything we can to help.

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