For years we have worked diligently for our clients and we will not allow this Coronavirus pandemic to change that. We have an infrastructure set up that will allow us to work remotely on your case as we deal with these evolving changes. We have access to all records that we need and can communicate with you in whatever way is best for you (phone, email, video conferencing, etc) whenever you need to contact us. It is vital that you do not delay contacting our office if you were involved in an accident. The statute of limitations are still running, which means if you wait too long we will not be able to help you receive the compensation you deserve and need to pay your medical bills. We are holding our firm to the same level of standard as we do when we are operating out of our office. We are prepared with all of the tools needed to sign documents, video conference with you, and request needed information for other offices. We continue to care deeply about your case and will work tirelessly for you.

We all have a social responsibility right now to keep neighbors, friends, and families safe. The guidance we have been given can help us do that. The protocols we have been forced to follow are here to help us get through this situation as quickly as possible and with as few casualties as we can. As a firm, we ask that our communities and clients continue to follow the guidelines that have been in place and continue to show selfless action to our community. We are prepared to take care of our matters remotely for your safety. We care about you and your cases. 

You can visit the CDC website for the most up-to-date information regarding the novel coronavirus and guidelines that are in place. 


We are being asked to socially distance ourselves by our government to help slow the spread of the Covid-19 disease. Social distancing is self isolating to protect our communities from spread. Because Covid-19 is an airborne virus, we don’t have to be touching others to transmit the disease. Being in the same area, after someone sneezes or coughs, is an easy way to transmit the disease. Social distancing ourselves can help flatten the curve, which means we are leveling off the number of people who need to be treated in our hospital at one time. 


Some of the symptoms that you need to watch for include: 

  • Shortness of breath
  • Fever/chills
  • Cough
  • Fatigue
  • Chest Pressure
  • Headaches
  • Body Aches
  • Sore Throat

It is important to note that there are many other illnesses that also share these same symptoms. It is important to stay home if you are experiencing symptoms and contact your medical doctor. There is a shortage of tests available, which requires you to do your part if you believe you may have the virus. It is always a good idea to ask for a test, even if you don’t believe there will be one available to you. 


If you or a loved one are in need of representation, please do not hesitate to reach out to us today. We are prepared to handle all cases remotely as we navigate these new changes.