We are open for business in this unusual COVID-19 time! Please don’t let time pass on your personal injury concerns. Call or email us with your case. We are ready to help and can meet you virtually!
As of March 2020, many Philadelphia and New Jersey residents are leaving home as little as possible for the next several weeks. However, although courts are closing for a small period of time, deadlines of when to file and investigate cases are still approaching, and many residents need advice from a local personal injury lawyer.
That’s why we are now offering alternative methods of communication such as video conferencing.
If you are seeking the advice of one of Philadelphia’s top Personal Injury Lawyers, contact us today for a free consultation. We’ll be happy to meet you in person, on the phone, or via the convenience of your own home using a videoconferencing app.
People are staying at home due to Coronavirus.
On March 14, 2020, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced that all schools in the state are closing. This was a smart move to help mitigate the damage Coronavirus is causing.
There are now many reasons people are staying home:
- Some people are unable to find a sitter.
- Some people are under self quarantine.
- Some people are practicing self isolation.
- Some people are simply being considerate and are staying home to help avoid the spread of Coronavirus among the elderly or other immunocompromised residents.
Regardless of the reason, yes, many people are staying home, including people with recent injuries. Some of these people were recently in a car wreck, or, they may have been injured while walking to a grocery store or even on the stairway to their apartment. They still need legal assistance, and we’re here to offer it under any circumstances.
Contact us for a Virtual or Online Consultation Today.
If you or a loved one were recently injured, contact us today for a free consultation. While we enjoy having clients visit us in person, if you are unable to make it to our office in Center City we will be happy to speak to you on the phone or have a video chat.
To schedule your online consultation, call us today!
If you’re not sure where to turn for Coronavirus information, be sure to visit the CDC’s page on COVID-19.