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How Can a Personal Injury Attorney Assist You While Social Distancing? April 28, 2020

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How Can a Personal Injury Attorney Assist You While Social Distancing?, Union, Ohio

The social distancing measures that were enacted due to the coronavirus pandemic have impacted how business is done in virtually every industry. While this includes the legal field, those who have grounds for a personal injury suit are encouraged to proceed with their respective cases. Here’s how firms have adapted so they can continue providing strategic guidance in this age of uncertainty. 

Providing No-Contact Counsel 

While it’s true that most businesses are operating with reduced hours, reputable attorneys still have the time to take on new clients. To abide by social distancing recommendations, many firms are offering comprehensive case evaluations conducted over the phone or via video chat. Following the consultation, secure software platforms make it possible to exchange sensitive documents virtually. Some also have an e-signature option for total convenience. 

Despite the challenges that social distancing poses, resourceful lawyers can remain totally involved in their clients’ cases simply by harnessing the power of technology. COVID-19’s impact could influence various aspects of the proceedings, however, over which attorneys will have no control.

Overcoming Hurdles

personal injuryInsurers that are facing less revenue because of the struggling economy have even more incentive to deny the claims they receive. As such, claims adjusters will likely challenge every case they review, and they may be especially uncooperative when it comes time to negotiate for a settlement. As long as you’re working with a tireless attorney who’s not afraid to go to court, though, a stubborn insurer shouldn’t be an issue. 

Many personal injury claimants may also have an issue proving that they took reasonable steps to mitigate damages. If you postponed treatment because you didn’t want to visit an overcrowded hospital, the opposing party may try to argue that you’re partially to blame for the severity of your condition. Depending on the circumstances, though, your legal team may be able to demonstrate how delayed treatment didn’t contribute to any complications you suffered and how you were diligent about following your doctor’s orders once you did seek care. 


For no-contact counsel regarding your personal injury case during these difficult times, turn to Gregory S. Young Co., L.P.A. With more than a dozen offices, this firm represents clients throughout Ohio and Kentucky. Founded in 1958, their seasoned attorneys have long been helping injured parties pursue the funds they deserve. To discuss the facts of your case with a knowledgeable member of their team, reach out online or call (513) 721-1077.

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