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COVID-19 Message

As a growing number of people receive COVID-19 vaccinations – which the CDC affirms are safe and effective – we move into a new phase of our nation’s recovery.

Whether or not you’ve been vaccinated, you may find yourself in a situation where you need to contact a personal injury lawyer. Here is some information which should be helpful.

Office Operations and Contact Information

Our law firm is fully operational with attorneys and staff working from home and the office. No matter where we are, we have access to all our communications channels as well as systems and files through a secure server.

Whether you are an existing client and have a question about your case, or are a prospective new client seeking an attorney, you can reach us at (312) 815-6455. We also have a live, online live-chat service 24/7, which is another convenient way to ask questions and receive information.

There is no need to walk into our office. We have the necessary technology to evaluate your claim, process important forms, and get your e-signature without you having to leave your home. Our initial consultation are always free. Documents that need to be signed to complete the intake process can be handled electronically. We provide a safe, secure and convenient way of signing documents remotely with your computer or electronic device. There’s no need to print, scan or fax documents back to our office.

Court Closures and Proceedings

Due to coronavirus health concerns, courts are still holding hearings and trials on a limited basis. You can visit court websites by county, but don’t hesitate to reach out to our firm for updates. We monitor court websites on a daily basis.

Useful COVID-19 Resources

The following links will take you to key sites that provide up-to-date information on the status of Covid-19 mitigation efforts, and recommended safety precautions for social and business interaction.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization
State of Illinois Coronavirus Response Center
City of Chicago Coronavirus Response Center