- ATTORNEYS: Our entire team of attorneys is (and has always been) remote, positioning us in the unique situation of being able to continue to provide legal services with minimal disruption. We are coordinating efforts with local Medicaid agencies and state and local courts to enable telephonic and video-based hearings, waive personal service and original signature requirements, utilize online notaries, and postpone deadlines if needed.
- S.C. OFFICE: We remain open and have issued guidelines for our South Carolina based-staff to insure their safety, however, if we need to transition our South Carolina office staff to remote positions in response to this rapidly-changing situation, we have the necessary plans in place to do so quickly and without impacting the legal services we provide to you.
- UPDATES: We’ve posted a variety of resources, including CMS updates, telecommuting tips, and a comprehensive spreadsheet summarizing each state’s judiciary response to coronavirus with a link to source materials, on our blog. Please visit our webpage or sign-up for updates to stay informed!
We are actively monitoring this situation and will immediately post new blogs with any updates that impact your business or assist in the efforts being undertaken to flatten the curve so that we may all, hopefully, return to our normal routines soon. The attorney(s) handling your matter(s) will contact you directly as to the affect COVID-10 may have, if any, on case strategy. We want you to know that we will be here for you for the duration of this situation. If you have questions or concerns as the situation evolves, please do not hesitate to reach out.