How Will COVID-19 Affect Personal Injury Cases
Edgar Snyder & Associates is dedicated to you and is here for you during this time of uncertainty. We have been conducting business virtually to help ensure the safety of our clients and the community.
Our service to our clients remains seamless. You can still reach us via phone, email, text, or by video chat. Additionally, we will meet with clients virtually, instead of face-to-face. Our state-of-the-art technology and 24/7 connectivity mean that our ability to represent you in your personal injury case during COVID-19 remains intact. Feel free to get in touch with us anytime at 412-394-1000.
Our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by this outbreak. You can learn more about how we're helping the community during this time here.
How is Coronavirus Affecting Personal Injury Cases in Pennsylvania?
Personal injury cases are still able to be pursued in Pennsylvania during the COVID-19 outbreak. Our firm is staying up-to-date on the very latest information on how COVID-19 is impacting claims in our state, and we remain strong and committed to providing our clients with the best representation possible.
Below is more information on how COVID-19 could impact your case. If you have any legal questions about COVID-19 and personal injury claims, we're available 24/7 at 412-394-1000.
How Will COVID-19 Affect Your Personal Injury Case?
Personal injury cases in Pennsylvania are still moving forward. Some cases may experience a delay due to court limitations, but you can still pursue any and all personal injury cases in Pennsylvania during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each case is different, and the impact of COVID-19 on a case depends on factors like whether it's best for your case to be resolved by settlement before filing a lawsuit, by settlement after filing a lawsuit, or by verdict. A qualified attorney can explain exactly how your case might be affected.
Our firm is fully operational during this time and able to handle your personal injury claim from start to finish. Our virtual systems mean that we can conduct business as we always have while keeping our clients and community safe.
We are as committed to giving you the best possible client experience as we have always been.
Are Courts Open in Pennsylvania for Personal Injury Cases?
Pennsylvania courts are open; however, there they are operating on a limited basis due to what's called a declaration of "judicial emergency." This means that some cases may experience delays during the litigation process due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Note: Court limitations are less of a concern if your case is resolved by a settlement.
Our firm is closely monitoring the situation and staying up-to-date on the latest information regarding Pennsylvania courts. This allows us to effectively plan for how your case might be impacted and make the necessary adjustments.
Edgar Snyder & Associates can move your case along as swiftly as possible. Our state-of-the-art technology and solutions mean that our attorneys and staff can still schedule hearings, depositions, mediations, client meetings, and more. We can provide the same level of service that we always have.
We're available 24/7 for your personal injury legal questions at 412-394-1000.
Should I Still File a Personal Injury Claim During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Yes, you should still make and file a personal injury claim.
Unfortunately, accidents still happen, even during times like these. Though you may feel hesitant about filing a personal injury case claim during COVID-19, important timelines—called statues of limitations—still apply.
If your claim isn't filed before the statute of limitations deadline, you may forever lose the right to recover compensation for your injuries.
We can handle every aspect of your case virtually, including managing deadlines. It's our job to ensure all deadlines are met, giving you the best possible chance at a successful outcome.
Edgar Snyder & Associates is Dedicated to You
We've always been here for you and will continue to be here for you—even during the most challenging times.
We're available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can contact us how you always have, at 412-394-1000, through the form on this page, or via chat. Our consultations are free, and there's no obligation to use our services.
And, as always, there's never a fee until we get money for you. You don't pay us a thing unless and until we win. The sooner you get in touch with us, the sooner we can get to work for you.