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In the Midst of the Coronavirus, We’re Still Working—Here’s How

Posted: April 13, 2020

Here at Yarborough Applegate, we’re lucky enough to be able to do what we do remotely. Despite the stay-at-home ordinance here in Charleston, we’re still working—and we’ve gotten creative in how we handle our day-to-day operations.

Many parts of the world are shut down right now, but that doesn’t mean your case is any less important to us. Below are some ways you can still access our attorneys from home—and how we’re still working around the clock to get our clients the help they deserve.

We’re videoconferencing.

From holding office meetings through Zoom to doing everything from client conferences, depositions and mediations over video, we feel it’s still important to see our clients, and each other, face to face. So if you need help, schedule a video conference, and we can hold an initial consultation in the comfort of your own home.

Reach us on our cell phones.

We may not be physically sitting in our office, but our lines are still open. Our clients can always reach us on our cell phones, even in the best of times. But right now, our numbers are available to everyone. So call us or text us—whichever is most convenient for you—and we will answer.

We aren’t keeping traditional hours.

With so many school closures, many of us are juggling working from home while caring for our kids, and we know that means traditional hours aren’t going to cut it. We are here for you, any time, any day. That means, if your best time to talk is late at night or over the weekend, we will make ourselves available.

We’re still in court.

We have had multiple court hearings over the phone these last few weeks, meaning that we are still litigating cases. The courthouses may be closed, but to us, they’re still in session, and we’ll do everything in our power to keep your case moving forward.

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