Although the coronavirus keeps spreading throughout the country, though at a slower pace, our law firm is fully operational. Because we are striving to protect our legal team and clients, we ask people who come to our law firm to wear a face mask. Our legal team has returned to our offices and is ready to provide you with quality legal assistance, both in person and over the phone. We will continue to work for you, even though the coronavirus pandemic is not over yet. We still file claims and provide legal assistance for anyone who needs our services, as we highly prioritize our clients.
We will continue to provide constant and uninterrupted legal services to our clients and we will also take on new cases. Your e-mails will be thoroughly responded to and your phone calls will be promptly answered.
Because the health and safety of our attorneys, legal team, and clients are extremely important, if someone is sick, whether due to COVID-19 or the common flu, we will have the meetings and conferences by telephone. They will be as efficient as those in person, so there is no cause for concern. However, if you are healthy, you can come in person to our law firm, as long as you wear a face mask and maintain social distancing. If you believe you have a case, do not hesitate to contact our law firm as you would usually do and we will help you.
As the coronavirus is spreading throughout the country, following adequate protective measures is crucial. Wearing a face mask every time you go outside is essential in preventing the spread of the virus, which is why we launched our mask matching program.
Yes. Despite the current situation, we strive to provide quality legal services to anyone who needs our assistance. We take toxic exposure cases just as we have until now. Our attorneys will file a claim on your behalf and prepare the necessary documents to accompany it. We will communicate and regularly keep you up to date regarding your case via e-mail and telephone. Therefore, if you think you have a case, please feel free to contact our law firm.
No. We will pursue your case as usual by filing the claim and preparing the necessary documents that must accompany it. Although we may take a bit longer to respond to your e-mails and phone calls if we have to return to the initial restrictions and safety measures, we are still here for you and will eventually address any concerns or questions you might have. We are committed to delivering quality legal services to you and will strive to recover the compensation you deserve.
Our firm will continue to distribute physical checks for the foreseeable future. We advise you to make sure that you have the telephone number and e-mail address of your case manager so that you will be kept up to date with the development of your settlement.
Whether you are already a client or believe you may have a case, you can reach out to our legal team via telephone or by using our contact page. We will try to answer your questions within the shortest time possible.
On compassionate grounds, we look to protect the most vulnerable members of society, particularly veterans, from the impact of coronavirus. While our staff is prioritizing safety during the coronavirus pandemic, we remain dedicated to helping veterans diagnosed with cancer that is the consequence of service-related toxic exposure. We offer expedited assistance to all veterans and military families during the COVID-19 pandemic in recovering financial compensation from both the responsible companies and the VA.
We are fully prepared to assess the cases of veterans and give the claims the attention they need even if the person is too ill to see our attorneys and legal team in person. This includes having video conferences, phone calls, emails, and other technology for all meetings. If important documents such as medical records and documentation of your employment history need to be handed over, we will work with you to get those without face-to-face contact. We are taking all the necessary steps to ensure your case continues to move forward.
If you have recently been diagnosed with cancer as a consequence of toxic exposure during active duty, the biggest mistake you can make is waiting until the coronavirus pandemic is over to call us.