As of March 23, Governor Lamont has ordered that all “legal
services” are considered to be essential services. Thus, our office will
remain open during this time. However, in an effort to protect ourselves
and our clients and limit the spread of the virus, we have modified our working
conditions and hours. Effective immediately, and until further notice, we
are restricting most in person meetings. Additionally, most of our staff
members will be working remotely. If you need to visit the office to sign
a document or to retrieve a critical document, please contact the main office
number (203-238-1010) and speak with a staff member to coordinate your
visit. All visitors are asked to wash their hands upon entering the
building. They are also advised to avoid coming to the office if they are
exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms such as cough, fever, and/or shortness of
The state judicial system is open on a limited basis.
However, most filing deadlines in the judicial system have virtually
halted and, except for a few very limited exceptions, court hearings have been
cancelled through early May. For additional information, please visit the
Connecticut judicial branch website: https://www.jud.ct.gov/.
The workers’ compensation system is open on a limited
basis. District offices are closed and all hearings will be conducted
telephonically until further notice. Our office continues to monitor any
active workers’ compensation files. Weekly checks should continue without
interruption. For more information, please visit the Connecticut Workers’
Compensation Commission website: https://wcc.state.ct.us/.
We continue to stay informed of all of these changes.
This is a fluid situation and changes are occurring daily. Rest assured,
we are staying on top of our existing cases and we are taking on new clients as
well. If you have any questions, please contact our office at
203-238-1010 or email@example.com.
We will get through this unprecedented situation together.
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