Fort Myers Personal Injury Lawyers Respond to the COVID-19 Virus
At the Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Myers, we are confident that our community will not only survive but prevail. It is vital that we all do our part too.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents us with serious challenges. We urge our personal injury team and clients to follow the instructions of our government officials especially utilizing all precautions to minimize the risk of COVID-19 exposure. Current information about Coronavirus can be found on the CDC site.Wolfson Law Firm Serving Fort Myers in the Coronavirus Crisis
To all of our friends, family and clients, we are closely watching updates and advisories. In spite of it all, we remain accessible to our clients. Our priority is to protect our clients’ interests without hesitation or reservation. Our clients entrust their case to us and we honor that trust by working diligently through this crisis.
You can contact us any time at (239) 777-9954; email at email@example.com; or using our “Contact Us” on our website. Our Fort Myers personal injury team has complete access to all of our files. We are accessible to all of our clients 24/7.
The following are a few of the frequently asked questions about the Coronavirus crisis:
- Is the Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Myers open for business?
Yes, however we are not accepting walk-in traffic due to the state-wide restrictions. As always, our Fort Myers accident lawyers are accessible by phone or by email any time. Personal appointments may be available at our offices in Fort Myers, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach depending on the governmental advisories. We have had no instances where we were unable to handle our clients’ expectations and needs since the beginning of this crisis.
- How can I contact the Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Myers?
Call us at (239) 777-9954 anytime. We answer calls for assistance at all hours and we will continue to serve our community. Other choices to contact us include email at firstname.lastname@example.org or using our “Contact Us” button on our website.
- Is the Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Myers accepting new clients?
Yes, we are. We pride ourselves on being responsive to calls for help anywhere in Florida from our offices in Fort Myers, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. If you were involved in any kind of slip and fall, car accident or any type of accident then call us at (239) 777-9954 so we can help you and answer your questions.
- How can a client of the Wolfson Law Firm in Fort Myers obtain updates on their cases?
Just call us at (239) 777-9954 anytime. We will answer your questions and provide you with an update. If you call, we will return your call in less than 24 hours. It is important to understand that while our lawyers are working on their clients’ files with the same perseverance as always, the same cannot be guaranteed of defense lawyers, insurance companies or the courts. As of today, the court system is essentially closed. We hope and pray that the judiciary will make full use of video conferencing to provide all of us the opportunity to advance our cases forward. Insurance companies and their lawyers will usually “turtle” during times like these. They slow things down, hang onto their money to see what will happen with the economy. It is expected that some insurance companies will negotiate accident cases hoping to gain a discount on the valuation of the claim because of the current crisis. At the Wolfson Law Firm, our lawyers are geared up to protect our clients from this predatory strategy. We will continue to fight and insist on fair, full and complete compensation for the injuries and damages our clients.
- Are the courts open in Fort Myers and Naples?
At this time, courts are closed in accordance with state orders. Expect all trials and hearings to be rescheduled. The Florida Supreme Court has issued orders in line with these closures to protect litigants. Although inconvenient, the court system will generally prevent anyone from taking advantage of the crisis.
- What will happen with my scheduled mediation or deposition?
Our attorneys are intent on keeping all scheduled events on track. Additionally, we have increased our attempts for negotiations in an attempt to obtain fair settlements. We refuse to reschedule or cancel depositions or mediations unless there is absolutely no other alternative. Our lawyers have attended depositions and mediations through video conferencing technology such as Zoom, Skype, and Google Hangouts. Our clients attend by being securely connected from their residences. Mediators and a number of defense attorneys have been accommodating in our attempts to keep our clients’ cases on track. We know how important that is to our clients and it is a worthwhile endeavor to achieve this standard.
See the following links below for updates concerning public health orders, courts, and other information.