COVID-19, otherwise known as the “Coronavirus,” has created high levels of uncertainty in many aspects of our lives, such as our health, education, and financial stability. Businesses are temporarily closing or transitioning into indefinite “work-from-home” policies, schools are switching to online classes only, and basically all sporting events have been postponed through April. These are strange and truly eerie times in our world.
As you may already know, Torgenson Law is open for business, but we working from home amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. As always, we are readily available for our clients and all Arizona injury victims to support their personal injury needs.
Like us, Arizona’s courts are also taking precautions to help stifle the spread of this virus. On March 16, 2020, the Arizona Supreme Court issued an Administrative Order that provides state courts with direction on altering their business operations without substantially impacting or disrupting access to justice. The Arizona Supreme Court’s goal is of course to reduce the risks of this public health emergency where possible. Accordingly, the Administrative Order limits state court operations as follows:
If you would like to read more about Arizona Courts’ COVID-19 information and updates, click here. Ultimately, there can be no certainty as to when all of this will be over. All we ask, is that each of you support one another by simply being smart and mindful for not only your sake, but for the health and well being of your fellow neighbor.
As always, Torgenson Law is here for your personal injury needs. If you suffer a personal injury and believe you are entitled to compensation, call Torgenson Law at (602) 691-4707 for a free legal consultation.