The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has taken Polk County and the entire world by storm, but we will get through this difficult time and come out stronger. Social distancing is the best way we can each do our part to flatten the curve so our healthcare systems don’t become overwhelmed.
These troubling and unprecedented times can be worrisome, but they will come to an end. We will stand strong as a community. Keep in touch with us by visiting our Facebook or Instagram. When this is all over, stop by the office—we’d love to hear from you!
If you’re looking for a little brightness during this pandemic, check out our Facebook video of the bike winners from our Christmas giveaway, and remember, this too shall pass.
How We’re Handling COVID-19 at Lopez & Humphries
In order to keep all current and potential clients updated, we have put together a list of important points about our business’s operations during the coronavirus lockdown.
- We are still at our office although the lobby is CLOSED. First, we are operating (mostly) as we always have. Our office is fully functioning and taking new clients. Some dedicated staff members are also working remotely.
- We are still working hard to get you compensation. Despite all the issues this virus has created, we are still working vigorously to get you the compensation you deserve. At Lopez & Humphries our clients come first. This situation has not changed that.
- We can handle your case without meeting face-to-face in office. If you were injured due to the negligence of another, do not hesitate to contact us. We offer phone consultations with our attorneys. Also, to keep up with social distancing, we can send a qualified staff member to you. They can drop off and pick up documents that are essential for starting your new case. We can also send and receive all files and necessary documents digitally. Rest assured all necessary precautions are put in place for your safety and the safety of others.
We remain committed to the safety of our community, clients, and staff and look forward to seeing you all in person again once we have overcome this pandemic.