As the global COVID-19 public health emergency continues to spread and create challenges for families and businesses worldwide, we wanted to share with you how Langdon & Emison is addressing many of the same challenges that our clients may be facing and to offer our assistance, should it be helpful.
For over 30 years our firm has represented clients and their families in personal injury matters from coast to coast. This has included many matters in areas where COVID-19 has already had a serious impact. We regularly employ best practice business continuity processes firmwide, and we remain ready, able, and prepared to serve our clients during this time, as the health of our clients and colleagues is among our top priorities.
As part of our firm’s commitment to help slow the spread of this virus, many of our attorneys and staff are working from remote locations. We have also requested for the time being that all written materials be sent electronically, rather than through physical mail and deliveries if possible.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office at any time to discuss your case, or for a free evaluation of a potential new case. Our state-of-the-art case management system provides us access to all of our necessary files. During this challenging time we are as available as always through a number of different modes of communication: you can talk with us directly by chat via the pop-up window on your screen here, or via the social media channels at the bottom of your page here, or via the contact form on our web site. You can also call us any time toll-free at 1-866-931-2115.
We promise to provide updates as necessary on the steps we are taking to continue to represent our clients and to protect our workforce and the public interest. We encourage each of you to take the recommended precautions issued by our government and health officials. While some court services have been interrupted, we remain committed to moving forward as fast as we can. Please feel free to contact us at any time with any questions you may have, and please stay safe.