Don’t Let This Pandemic Stop You From Filing Your Personal Injury Claim Many can agree that the pandemic has turned our lives into an alternate reality. With many businesses closed, numerous people out of work, restricted gathering guidelines, and limited supplies on shelves — we seem to be living in a dystopian film. But this is no movie. This is our new reality, and there’s really no telling when we will go back to our versions of “normal.” It’s said that injuries occur at the most opportune moments. This would be classified as one of them. Injuries don’t know of Coronavirus, nor do they care. A burn, car accident, workplace accident, or wrongful death can happen at any moment. Feeling uneasy about contacting an attorney in the midst of our current pandemic is understandable. However, you should protect your health and your rights by filing your personal injury claim regardless. Courthouses will remain closed due to Coronavirus until further notice. However, it is still possible to file a claim when you have been injured as a result of the negligence of another person, company, or government agency. The emergency order allows hearings, depositions, and other appearances to be held electronically, through phone and video conferences. At Wyatt Law Firm, we are prepared to tackle all aspects of our new normal. Our state of the art virtual presentations allow us to continue maintaining open lines of communication with the courts and clients. Arbitrations, mediations, trials, and other events can be held in the comfort of your own space, thanks to technology. Not tech-savvy? A team member can assist you on how to get connected. Worried about contracting the virus? At Wyatt Law Firm, you don’t have to worry about being in public, risking the spread of Coronavirus. We are available for contact-free virtual appointments and consultations. If you do plan to meet with an attorney in person, our offices offer free masks to our guests upon entry. We have taken additional measures to ensure our offices are sanitized efficiently daily. We have also inserted hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes readily available throughout the office. Give us a call at 210-340-5502 in order to receive a free consultation with an attorney. We represent people throughout the US — including the cities of San Antonio, Dallas, Houston, Austin, Laredo, and Corpus Christi. This may not be the reality we would have chosen, but this is the way things are until further notice. We must continue to hold those accountable, pandemic or not. Let us fight for the justice you deserve today.