Even during this nationwide crisis, we’re still ready to show them you mean business.
As the nation responds to the threat of COVID-19, each and every business and person is affected. We want to reassure our past and present clients, and those who may be injured during this time of crisis, that we’re still here and still working for you.
It may seem as though life has ground to a halt, but that’s not entirely true. Here at the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, we’re still open for business. It’s just a bit different than you may expect.
- Current clients can still contact their paralegal or attorney by phone or email. They’re still fighting for your best interests!
- For anyone who needs our help, call us. The Hurtline is still open at 866-900-7078. You can also chat with us – the window should appear at the bottom right corner below.
- For everyone’s safety, all of our offices will be by appointment only for the foreseeable future. This is a safety precaution for both the community and for our staff.
- Thanks to our advanced technology and capabilities, the vast majority of our staff has transitioned to work from home, but we’re still working harder than ever for our clients.
We encourage everyone to observe health and safety recommendations, begin social distancing if possible, and generally take care of your well-being as we all adapt to new ways of doing things. Stay safe, and if possible, stay home.
For more helpful information about COVID-19:
- Here are some helpful tips about what to do if you’re involved in a car accident during the COVID-19 crisis
- This infographic explains the difference between common terms the government is using like “social distancing” “stay home order” and “lockdown”
- This infographic details what essential businesses are still open in NC after Gov. Cooper's stay-at-home order
- Our attorneys answer COVID-19 FAQs
- Unemployment Availability Broadened Due to COVID-19: Governor Issues Executive Order
- How the Social Security Administration Is Handling COVID-19
- Urgent Public Service Announcement: Avoid COVID-19 Stimulus Fraud
- Can You Claim Workers’ Compensation If You Were Exposed to Coronavirus at Work?
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) Poses Danger to the Elderly – Are Your Loved Ones Safe?