COVID-19 creates uncertainty for many individuals, whether it be professionally or personally related. Many people who are required to leave the house can experience unavoidable situations such as an automobile accident. When a collision occurs, people are nervous when it comes to settling an insurance claim due to damages as well as injuries that may have been sustained.
If you or somebody you love has been injured due to the negligence of another human being, consider contacting an attorney at Atlanta Personal Injury Law Group Gore LLC. Our firm remains open during this confusing time to aid our current and potential clients with any stressful situations that may arise. Our attorneys put our clients’ needs first and can assist people who have incurred an injury.
We have always been a digital company and our attorneys have experience working with clients virtually. Employees at Atlanta Personal Injury Law Group assure you that your sensitive information is safe on our secure network, which we can access from anywhere in the world. We want you to know that if we represent you, your case will not be lost or forgotten.
Our office remains open. We continue to meet with clients regularly through telephone and video chat. At Atlanta Personal Injury Law Group, our clients come first so we want to be flexible and accommodate to your schedule.
Further, we allow clients to digitally sign forms when we take your case. This eliminates delays and ensures that we can begin working on your situation immediately after the documents are signed.
Not only do we put you first, but you should as well. Your health and the health of your loved ones should be your priority. Try and follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to keep you and your family safe during these daunting times.
We understand that hospitals are the last place you want to be with the spread of the coronavirus. However, we encourage you to continue to seek medical care after any kind of accident. This will ensure that your injuries do not worsen as well as help you obtain any compensation in which you may be entitled.
Many healthcare facilities are separating individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 to help limit the spread of the virus. If you feel uncomfortable going to a hospital, you can meet with a physician virtually. It is critical to follow your doctor’s recommendations and keep a journal to use as evidence if you decide to take legal action. In this journal, you should detail the pain that you are experiencing as well as the date and send it to your attorney weekly so that your file is up to date.
We want to stress that we are by your side through the duration of this inconvenient time. We will get through this together.