While the COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) pandemic continues, our Firm remains committed to representing our clients with the highest level of service, while ensuring the safety of our Team and our community.
While this crisis has posed novel challenges to the practice of law, our Team has transitioned to virtual office settings, allowing us to safely operate at full capacity for our existing clients, and for new clients that have been injured and need help. Our Team is made up of incredible and dedicated staff, paralegals, and attorneys, which allows us to operate in a safe environment during this crisis, while protecting the health of our Team, existing clients, and new clients.
As a Firm, we believe it is our responsibility to ensure that all governmental guidelines, both state and local, are observed in an effort to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Safety of our clients, community, and our Team is paramount, but we have taken the following steps to ensure we are available for all of our existing clients and our new clients:
- Initial Client Meetings: New Clients can have their free consultation either over the telephone, or via videoconferencing with any member of our Team;
- Depositions, Mediations, and Court Hearings: will be done virtually, with videoconferencing software, as permitted by the local court rules.
- Existing Client Meetings: Clients can access each Team member working on their case via telephone, or video conferencing to discuss the status of their cases.
We will Continue the Same Hours & Operations;
We can be Contacted at the Same Phone Numbers, Fax Numbers, and E-mail Addresses;
We are Accepting New Cases
Most Court Systems have decreased their caseload in terms of hearings and trial dates. While this may cause some delays in the resolution of cases, we continue to aggressively push our Clients’ cases forward.
If you or a loved one need our help, you can contact us, call at (512) 371-6101, or email us directly at email@example.com. We are here and ready to help, 24/7! As always, our consultations are free.