The auto justice law firm of Michael T. Gibson and Apopka based Pastor Paula White of New Destiny Church, have sprung into action for our neighbors in PR.
By Jacob Engels
Michael T. Gibson and his law firm have spent the past few days working with community and religious leaders to gather supplies to help those devastated in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean by Hurricane Maria.
Gibson, who is well known for dealing with car accident and auto related legal actions, told the Central Florida Post that he wanted the community to know that Central Floridians are ready to help.
“We want our clients and the community to know that we are here if they need help contacting relatives in the devastated areas,” said Gibson.
“Our team is assisting in search and rescue, and working to bring essential commodities along with providing generators to the hardest hit areas.”
The law firm has partnered with several civic organizations and community leaders like Peter Vivaldi, who has garnered close to 100,000 views giving updates on relief efforts and encouraging Central Florida residents to take action.
President Donald Trump’s spiritual advisor Paula White, along with The Venue Pastor Todd Lamphere, stepped up to provide a private airplane to transport 10 generators and representatives of Gibson’s firm to Puerto Rico.
Raymond Rivera, who handles marketing for Gibson will be working to locate missing relatives of Central Florida residents. Rivera has been equipped with a satellite phone, since the cell towers have not yet been restored on the island.
The plane left earlier this morning and is already hard at work searching for survivors and distributing supplies.
“People like Michael are going to be the difference in life and death for many Americans experiencing absolute horror in Puerto Rico,” said former youth pastor and activist Peter Vivaldi.
For anyone looking to contact the of Law Firm Michael T. Gibson, please call Kristin Snively at 407-982-1707 to learn how you can help the relief efforts.
Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, and Fox News to name a few. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.