I think I need an attorney, but it seems like everything is shut down: Bordas & Bordas remains available through technology
Right now, there are a lot of concerns about the coronavirus and the need to stay home and eliminate in-person meetings. This can cause a lot of stress in situations where you feel you may need to have a meeting with someone to discuss an important situation, especially an attorney. You may feel hesitant to meet in person with strangers, at a location you are not familiar with, or you may not want to ask someone else to meet with you at a location of your choosing during these times where people are being asked to limit in person contact. All of those concerns are normal and legitimate, but there is no reason that you should be held back from speaking to an attorney about a potential case or legal claim you may have. Bordas and Bordas is here to accommodate your legal needs, and will make arrangements to ensure that you can speak to an attorney and make further arrangements to investigate or file a case.
Bordas and Bordas attorneys continue to work on a full-time basis, via remote access, throughout the concerns for the coronavirus. They have complete access to email, telephones, and can make arrangements for FaceTime or other virtual meetings to ensure that you can speak to an attorney about your claims and any other questions or concerns. You can still contact us at any time through our email, social media, or telephone services, and someone will be back in touch with you. If you have concerns about in person meetings to provide documents or for any other reason, we will work with you to make accommodations to ensure your case continues in a seamless and timely manner.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to us for any needs that you may have in these uncertain times. We will talk through your potential legal issue with you, and make arrangements that are necessary to facilitate your case in an appropriate manner. We can be reached through bordaslaw.com or by calling 1-888-4-JUSTICE. We always welcome your calls, and now more than ever, are willing to make accommodations necessary to speak with you and help you fight for justice.