LAW FIRMS HAVE BEEN DESIGNATED AS ESSENTIAL BUSINESS AND WILL REMAIN OPEN
As the COVID-19 concerns continue, and Ohio’s Director of Health and Governor Mike DeWine have issued a Stay-At-Home Order for Ohioans, we want to update you on how we at SCANLON & ELLIOTT will operate to best serve you during this difficult time.
We will keep our office open following CDC guidelines for safety and social distancing.
It is our office policy that any, and all visitors, clients, guests, or attorneys MUST wear a mask at all times in our building, and will be subject to a temperature check upon arrival to our offices. Any person showing symptoms, or suspected to be ill, will be refused admittance.
We take your legal matters, as well as your personal well-being, very seriously and aim to provide you with as much support as possible. Whenever possible we will meet with you via telephone, Skype or videoconference. However, if we need to meet in person, we will do the following:
- Have disposable masks available for clients. Employees will be wearing masks for any in-person meeting.
- Designate six-foot distances, to ensure six-foot spacing for employees and clients.
- Have hand sanitizer and other sanitizing products available for employees and clients.
- Implement separate operating hours for elderly and vulnerable clients.
With an abundance of caution and concern for our clients, staff and community we are enacting these temporary measures to ensure safety for everyone.
Unfortunately, there is going to be interruption that is beyond our control. We are already seeing trial dates, depositions, etc. continued. We will keep you informed. Given today’s technology, our team can work remotely when necessary, while continuing to provide you the high-quality service you expect.
Rest assured your legal needs are being handled with a minimum of interruption. We appreciate your understanding during these unprecedented times.