Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers Respond to the COVID-19 Virus
The COVID-10 pandemic has placed enormous challenges before our community. The Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Lauderdale is committed to doing our part to keep our clients and staff safe and serve them with the highest degree of effectiveness during these uncertain times.
We urge you to protect your family and friends by following the precautions laid out by government officials to limit the risk of exposure. You can find the most up to date announcements and information available about COVID-19 on the CDC site.Wolfson Law Firm Serving Fort Lauderdale in the Coronavirus Crisis
The Wolfson Law Firm is dedicated to responsive and uninterrupted service during this unprecedented time. Clients can rest assured that we are accessible and available 24/7. Our personal injury team has full access to files and continues to work diligently to protect your interests. You can reach us any time at (954) 289-5954, email email@example.com, or using our “Contact Us” on our website.
The following are a few of the frequently asked questions about the Coronavirus crisis:
- Is the Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Lauderdale open for business?
We continue to operate as usual; however, state-wide restrictions prevent us from allowing walk-in traffic. The best way to reach our Fort Lauderdale personal injury attorneys is by email or phone. Despite the government restrictions in place, we endure to provide continuous service and meet the needs of our clients. Depending upon official advisories, personal appointments may be possible at our office.
- How can I contact the Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Lauderdale?
We can be reached at (954) 289-5954 anytime. We answer calls 24/7 as we continue to serve our clients and the community. Other ways to reach us include emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can use our “Contact Us” button on our website.
- Is the Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Lauderdale accepting new clients?
We continue to accept new clients. If you need help, our personal injury attorneys are available at our Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm Beach, and Fort Myers offices. If you were hurt in an accident, such as a car crash or slip and fall, call us at (954) 289-5954 today. We are here to help you.
- How can any client of the Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Lauderdale obtain updates on their cases?
If you’d like to check on the status of your case, call us at (954) 289-5954 at your convenience. You can expect a return phone call from us within 24 hours.
While our attorneys are working for their clients at an unrelenting pace, the same may not be the case for the courts, defense attorneys, or insurance companies. Courts remain closed. While insurance companies and their attorneys may be open for business, some may slow down the process to see how the economy does. Other insurance companies may take advantage and push to discount the value of the claim due to the crisis. Either way, the personal injury lawyers at the Wolfson Law Firm are prepared to protect clients from such predatory practices and demand that you receive the full and fair compensation that you deserve.
- Are the courts open in Fort Lauderdale?
Courts throughout the state remain closed under state orders. Such measures were put into effect to protect plaintiff rights. Trials and hearings will commence when restrictions are relaxed, and courts can reopen.
- What will happen with my scheduled mediation or deposition?
The personal injury lawyers at the Wolfson Law Firm continue to negotiate and pursue fair settlements for our clients. We strive to keep mediations and depositions on their original schedule. We will exhaust all avenues to keep these on track, including the use of video conferencing. Our lawyers and their clients have attended mediations and depositions through Skype, Google Hangouts, and Zoom. Such technology allows a client to participate from a secure connection from their homes. Many defense attorneys and mediators have accommodated our request for video conferencing as we pursue keeping client cases in motion. Mediators and several defense attorneys have helped to accommodate requests to keep our clients’ cases on track.
The following links provide updates concerning the court system, public health orders, and other important information about COVID-19.
- CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/
- State: http://www.floridahealth.gov/diseases-and-conditions/COVID-19/index.html
- Court: http://www.17th.flcourts.org/2020/04/17/17th-circuit-court-operations-amid-covid-19-outbreak/
- Broward Clerk of Court: https://browardclerk.org/GeneralInformation/Miscellaneous#CoronavirusUpdates