Impact of COVID-19 on Personal Injury Cases – 5th in a Series

Impact of COVID 19 on Personal Injury Cases in 2020 Part 5

You should be mentally prepared for a long process of personal injury cases.

It is a long process anyway, and now it will be even longer. The courts operate at reduced capacity and generally handle urgent matters, such as bail orders and the like. When you get to court, expect a lot of shifting and postponed hearing. Hearings have started via video conference, meaning the situation is improving, however there’s still a huge backlog. While there may be a long and exhausting process ahead of you even without litigation, it continues to be up to you to gather all the documentation, hire a lawyer and wait.

Shapiro | Delgado Personal Injury Attorneys
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