COVID-19 Update—GriffithLaw is Available and Ready To Help!

COVID-19 UpdateTo our Extended GriffthLaw Family,

First and foremost, we hope you and your loved ones are well and taking all the necessary precautions in these times. The CDC website has a lot of accurate and useful information, so we urge you to take a look and use it as a resource.

Secondly, GriffithLaw was built from the beginning to use technology as much as possible to help our clients while allowing us to be as efficient as possible. While we wish this would be expressed under better circumstances, we are well-equipped to continue business as usual from any location. Out of an abundance of caution for our team and everyone else, part of our team will be working remotely for the foreseeable future. Our case management system, cloud services, and other technologies enable us to continue to accept new cases while pushing forward on current ones.

If you are a current client, rest assured we will continue working hard on your case. Although many of the courts where we practice have been closed for the upcoming weeks, we continue to be in touch with the insurance companies and defense attorneys. Know that our team/Your team at GriffithLaw continues to be at your side through this. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to reach out!  If you have the option for NON-URGENT Questions or updates, we ask you to please consider sending an e-mail to the attorney or case manager that is working your case.   Since we have several team members working remotely, we believe this will allow us to serve you better during these unique and challenging times.

Most courts have closed.  Trials that have been on the books for 6 months or longer are being postponed indefinitely.  We are conducting business as usual via phone, mail, Skype, Facetime, and e-mail.  If you have an in-person meeting or deposition in the next few weeks, your case manager/ attorney should be reaching out to you soon to discuss the status and probably rescheduling issues.

We hope and pray for everyone’s safety and security.   We would not be practicing what we preach about taking appropriate safety measures if we fail to take safety precautions in this time.  I know you are frustrated with these circumstances beyond your control.  I certainly am.


We will weather this storm together.  

John

John Griffith
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