Our Firm During The Corona Virus

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Our Firm During The Corona Virus

Corona Virus

Coronavirus Changes to Our Law Firm

It seems whatever channel you are watching, coronavirus is the main thing the media is pushing in the news. As it were, it’s useful for our nation to be informed. It shows us that a pandemic is serious and that we should be substantially more cautious as a system. Unfortunately, emergency situations can make individuals act illogically. Think toilet paper apocalypse here. So as to restrict spreading the coronavirus, we emphatically support staying and working from home if you are able. If not, please wash your hands regularly, carry hand sanitizer with you and keep at least 6 feet away from others. Battling coronavirus is a global effort, and our goal is to try to make sure as many of us stay healthy.

At this point, you’ve gotten a ton of these messages and PSAs from many businesses. We chose not to assault you with the “business as usual message”. Rather, we wanted to inform you as to the changes we are making during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus Improvements For Our Clients

Mistakes do happen and we will consistently take the necessary steps to be here for you when you need us. We additionally care particularly about our town and need everybody to be protected, which is the reason we are rolling out brilliant improvements because of the expanded risk that COVID-19 provides. These brief changes will keep those looking for our services

We are still taking on new clients and offering consultations. Be that as it may, out of a plenitude of alert, we are communicating with potential and current clients through advanced technology and telephone for the next few weeks.

During this time we will use video calls, calls, faxing documents and e-mail as opposed to visiting our office. The fewer individuals visiting the office, the less risk for our customers. Our firm also has mandatory electronic filing for courts so we can abstain from visiting the courthouses unnecessarily.

We believe it is everyone’s responsibility to practice social distancing and staying healthy. Rest assured, we are here for you during times when you need legal help. We are all in this together.

For further information concerning the coronavirus, please go to the Center for Disease Control‘s site.