24-hour legal advice hotlines are listed on the American Bar Association's website. The site allows people to search for helplines by U.S. state.
Some good 24-hour legal advice hotlines include 1-800-THE-LAW2, which helps with personal injury and worker's compensation cases, and 1-800-668-1005, which provides legal help to Mexican citizens residing in California. The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press provides journalists with legal
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals provides an Animal Poison Control Center 24-hour hotline. The center can be reached at (888)-426-4435.
A 24-hour nurse hotline allows people to receive medical advice from a professional at any time of the day or night without having to head to an urgent care facility or emergency room, according to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. As of April 2015, these hotlines offer toll-free numbers.
A 24-hour pregnancy hotline is a resource pregnant women can use to get immediate help regarding their pregnancies. The hotline may also feature other contact numbers and information women can use to answer pregnancy-related questions.
One hotline that offers 24-hour legal advice is 1-800-THE-LAW2, which gives free legal advice for personal injury or worker's compensation cases. Another 24-hour hotline is 24hr LegalPro, which callers can reach by dialing (801) 649-4433, as of 2015.
As of May 2015, the Centers for Disease Control has a 24-hour sexually transmitted disease hotline callers can reach at 800-227-8922. The CDC also has a 24-hour AIDS hotline callers can reach at 800-324-2437.
The hours of operation for the Department or Division of Motor Vehicles varies by location, but are generally open during normal business hours, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. These departments are separate entities from each other, operated by state governments.
The hours for the IRS telephone assistance service vary, depending on the caller and calling purpose. For individuals and businesses, including those with hearing disabilities, the line is available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time Monday to Friday as of June 2015, according to IRS.gov.
DMV inspection hours are identified by calling the official local DMV office or by checking with a DMV website. All 50 states have DMV information available online. Inspection station hours may differ from the regular DMV office hours.