Hach & Rose is taking a proactive approach to the coronavirus pandemic. We understand the need to protect our employees and our clients, and also understand how vital it is that we continue to provide the quality legal services that you have come to expect and rely on. To read more please Click Here
As of March 20, 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered all non-essential businesses to keep workers at home and asked all New Yorkers to stay indoors.
Our firm is complying with the order. However, we are still actively taking new cases and continue to work on existing cases throughout this crisis. Our team is fully set up to work remotely. All phones are being forwarded and messages are being received by the team and responded to immediately. New or existing clients should not experience any delays in service due to the coronavirus.
New case evaluations are being conducted remotely via Skype, Google Hangouts, or other video conferencing platforms, or are being conducted in person where it is safe to do so.
Your calls will be returned, your emails will be answered, and your case deadlines will be met.
As fellow New Yorkers, we know that the past few weeks have been challenging, and the weeks ahead may be as uncertain. However, rest assured that we remain here for you and are committed to providing the steadfast, unwavering service that you need and deserve.
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