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How Does Coronavirus (COVID-19) Affect My Personal Injury Lawsuit?

There are so many unknowns with the current situation.  Never before have we been faced with a pandemic of this magnitude.  Every aspect of our lives is impacted. And the legal process and institutions are no exception.  If you are currently involved in an active personal injury lawsuit, you may have added anxiety over how the backlash from this pandemic will affect your suit.

With everything from government to business closure… and in some states… complete lock-down, this poses a challenge.

To help stay on track with your personal injury case, we recommend:

  • Continue medical treatment, if possible.
    With many closures, appointments are likely to be canceled. Elective surgeries are canceled.  If your medical provider can provide treatment or appointments through telemedical, and you can meet with your provider though video conference or phone, do so.   If not, it’s important to be diligent in rescheduling any appointments that may be canceled. If you can receive medical treatment, we recommend following the advice and recommendations from the CDC and practice social distancing, frequent handwashing, and other precautions. 
  • Keep your legal team Informed.
    As appointments get canceled or rescheduled, it is important to keep your lawyer up to date on your treatment plans. Your case and its value can depend on continued treatment.

At The Jaspon Firm, we are closely monitoring the Coronavirus and identifying how the virus is affecting our current cases.  Accordingly, we are advising our clients on how best to stay on track with their medical treatments throughout the coming weeks.

Other than Medical Appointments, What Else Can Impact My Case?

Orange County, FL Courthouse Closure

The Orange County, FL Courthouse has closed.  This has led to delayed processes and procedures, as well as closures.   The Jaspon Firm is monitoring the impact these closures have on our cases and is committed to staying informed so that we may reschedule any events as soon as possible.

Our Office

The Jaspon Firm office is available for remote consultations by phone at (407) 513-9515.