Our personal injury law firm in California is carefully following the impact of COVID-19 on the communities we serve. Together, we’re taking important steps to protect both our team members and our clients.
We’ve reviewed Gov. Newsom’s March 19 Stay at Home Order, in addition to other official updates provided by the State of California and the Federal Government.
Our California personal injury experts are leveraging technology to work remotely and ensure our clients are taken care of. Our firm is fully operational, but we have decided to temporarily close our legal offices. We do not want to create a shared space where this deadly virus can spread. Our first priority is the safety of our team and the communities we serve.
Seeking Medical Treatment for Your Injuries
The May Firm has partnered with a number of medical providers offering in-person emergency care, as well as telemedical exams. We encourage you to stay home and stay safe. If you require medical treatment as a result of your accident, let our team know. We will connect you with the best resources available. You can still receive help during this unprecedented time.
Receive Legal Advice after an Accident
Our team members are working from home, taking safety precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are available to discuss your accident by phone. You can also reach our team by chatting with us online.
You should not delay in getting answers to your legal questions. We are standing by to help.
Electronic Signature of Legal Documents
The May Firm has systems in place to facilitate the electronic signature of important legal documents. You do not need to meet in-person with a personal injury attorney to sign documents.
If you were hurt in an accident, rest assured we have the capabilities to review and pursue your personal injury claim remotely. The moments after your accident can have a severe impact on your ability to pursue the full value of your claim. Do not delay in contacting an experienced personal injury attorney to learn about the important steps you must take to protect your family during this difficult time.
We understand the impact that social isolation can have. California is home to a vibrant community that has persevered through past adversity. COVID-19 will be no different. We encourage you to:
- Call loved ones to see how they are doing.
- Take regular breaks from watching the news.
- Remain physically active while practicing social distancing.
- If you feel sick, call your physician and discuss your symptoms.
We will keep you and your family in our thoughts during this difficult time. Remember, this episode is temporary. We will get through this together by staying safe and practicing social distancing.
Stay California Strong
Robert May, Esq.
Founder and Parent Attorney, The May Firm