COVID-19 FAQs: What Are We Doing to Serve the Community and Protect Our Clients
Yes, we are open and here to help you during this difficult and trying time. Since lawyers are considered "Essential Workers," we are always open for you. We are available by phone and email 24-hours a day and are making appointments for personal meetings and consultations. Your safety and well-being are our main concern. We will take all the necessary steps to make sure we go beyond all state and federal guidelines to protect you, your family, friends, and the public.Are you accepting new clients?
Yes, we certainly are. Contact us by phone or email to arrange for a personal and confidential consultation.When and how can I contact you?
We can use any popular form of video conferencing such as Zoom, FaceTime, Microsoft Teams, Facebook Messenger Rooms, Google Meet, or any other modality for video conferencing. Call our office at 847-807-7405 to schedule a video conference at your convenience.How can I get updates regarding the status of my case or legal matter?
We remain at your disposal to provide real-time answers and updates on your case. Our clients have the personal cell phone number and personal email address of their lawyer which they can always use to contact their lawyer to discuss their case at any time.Are courts still open in my area? Will my court date be rescheduled? What if I can't come to court because I'm sick or quarantined?
Courts are currently opened for most matters. However, the Courts are scheduling some cases remotely and some cases require personal attendance. We are monitoring the Courts and our cases and are making sure our clients know whether they will have to appear in Court or whether their case will be heard remotely. We are in regular contact with prosecutors and have access to the cases online. We are closely monitoring the status of the cases and keeping track of the rescheduled court dates. We are working every day to keep our clients updated on the status of their cases and notifying them about the status of the Courts.
Coronavirus Standing Orders and Instruction Sheets
Remote Access to Court Proceedings