COVID-19 or the coronavirus pandemic has greatly disrupted our day-to-day lives in so many different ways. Although we want all of our family, friends, neighbors, and community members to stay safe during these difficult times, unfortunately, many people are still being injured in a variety of different types of accidents. We want you to know that we are here for you and are available to answer your questions.
Our offices are opened because we are deemed essential providers pursuant to Gov. Lamont's executive order. We have taken extraordinary steps to safeguard our team members and our clients. We have talked to a great number of new clients and have answered many of their questions so they know what they should be doing moving forward to get the best medical care and to improve as quickly as possible. We are discussing client cases via remote online platforms, in some cases, we are meeting with clients, while social distancing and wearing masks, in a separate office suite which is disinfected after every client meeting. We have also met with clients out of our office while exercising safeguards that have been suggested by various governmental agencies.
We cannot stress the importance of contacting an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after you have been injured in some type of an accident. There are a number of things that you can be doing and that you should not be doing after you have been injured. There are also a number of specialized issues regarding your case due to the restrictions that have been put into place due to this pandemic. We have suggestions on how to best handle your situation and we would be happy to discuss your particular case and advise you as to what you should be doing.
It is important that you not speak with the insurance adjuster who is representing the at-fault party. It would seem like the logical thing to do but in reality, you could severely hurt your case and create major complications that could greatly reduce the amount of money that you would be able to recover for your injuries and damages. Typically, when we are contacted by a new client we do a brief telephonic intake. We then send out a package of materials, via overnight mail, which includes several books which we have written as well as other educational materials that set out a roadmap for how you should proceed.
We also provide new clients with a copy of the retainer agreement and medical authorizations which we will explain in detail so if the new client would like to proceed with their case they can sign the documents and then send them back to us electronically so we can immediately begin to start working on their case. It is important that you obtain prompt and regular medical care and treatment which in many cases will be done remotely. We are constantly dealing with doctors' offices, therapy offices, insurance adjusters, liability experts which we employ to develop our client's cases and a number of other individuals.
We take these cases on a contingency fee basis and advance the costs to develop your case. In other words, you do not have to come up with any money out of pocket to have us begin working on your case. We are only paid when we recover money damages for you. If there is no recovery then you will owe us no legal fees and no costs. We take all of the financial risks so you can concentrate on what's most important which is getting better as quickly as possible.
It is especially important that you contact us as soon as possible given the current status of matters affecting how you can get medical care and treatment, what you can be doing to get better quicker, how you can develop your claim for lost wages, and getting a better sense as to what you need to be doing to help us, help you get more money for your accident or injury case. Contact us today and will be happy to provide you with free information and advice.
Call us here: (203)-438-7450
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