How We Can Help You During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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For Potential New Clients and Existing clients—

At the McCraw Law Group, we have planned for the potential of business interruption caused by an event like the COVID-19 pandemic.  In the event of a serious injury, it is more important than ever to quickly preserve evidence while keeping our clients, employees and the public a safe as possible from unnecessary social interaction.  As part of our plans, we have the ability to conduct client interviews remotely and have necessary authorizations and paperwork e-signed.  This means that in the event of a serious injury, we can begin the case and delay in person meetings to a time that is safer for our clients and for our staff.  Should quick action need to occur to preserve evidence, our lawyers and investigative partners are ready to do so with minimal social contact.  There is no need to travel to a law office or have a member of our staff travel to you to begin the process of representing you today. 

For those of you with active cases, we have outfitted our employees with all the tools necessary to work remotely.  Our employees will show the same degree of attentive care and professional work product that is a hallmark of the McCraw Law Group.  Until this crisis abates, we will be limiting in person contact between most of our staff and clients, but we will continue to work diligently on your behalf.  We understand that through no fault of your own, getting medical care for your injuries may be more difficult and the financial burdens of a significant injury may be more difficult as everyone adjusts to these difficult times.

If your case is in litigation, we expect the court closures and hearing limitations to stretch and extend trial dates which will likely slow case settlements.  I expect the insurance industry to use this leverage to try and harm the settlement value of cases.  That is one of the reasons that our office has made sure that every employee involved in case prosecution has the ability to work remotely, so we can continue to prepare the cases well and timely to keep pressure on the insurance company to pay legitimate claims.  While cases will undoubtedly be delayed, we will be working diligently to ensure that your case keeps moving forward because our staff is not equipped to prosecute your claim remotely.  While many of our competitors struggle to provide timely, effective representation, we are ready and will continue to provide the service you expect and deserve.

While we do not yet know the full ramifications of this virus on the civil justice system, we will continue to proactively address issues and quickly adjust our processes to deal with the challenges and opportunities that arise in the days and weeks to come.  It is my hope that as we all deal with this new reality, that each of you stay safe, that we all care for one another, and that we find silver lining in these clouds.