The Texas Bulldog is Working Like a Dog to Stay Safe During COVID-19 Pandemic

The Texas Bulldog is Working Like a Dog to Stay Safe During COVID-19 Pandemic

The world is facing a public health crisis not seen before in our generation. The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has put our lives and our way of living at risk.  Throughout this pandemic many organizations, businesses and governmental bodies have been restricted or shut down altogether.  This has included many courts and law firms.   However, The Texas Bulldog understands that accidents may still occur despite the pandemic.  He is ready to work his tail off to get you the justice you deserve after an accident.

What an Attorney Can Do to Help

Even though many courts are restricting their day-to-day operations, the attorneys at the Miller Law Firm can still help move your case forward. If your hearing or court date was rescheduled due to COVID-19, a member of our team can discuss the rescheduling process.  We can work together to find a new date that fits your schedule.  We will always stay on top of all deadlines and scheduling and keep in touch with you, every step of the way.

Can I Still Meet with an Attorney During the Pandemic?

Our office is open and we are following best practices to continue to serve our clients in a safe manner.  All of our employees, clients and visitors are asked to wear face masks at all times.  In order to comply with CDC regulations, we are also practicing social distancing.  Additionally, to ensure the safety of our team and the communities that we serve, our office is currently limiting in-person meetings and staggering appointments to limit unnecessary contact.  Please call us to make an appointment at 713-572-3333.

Did you Avoid Treatment Due to Fear of Contracting Coronavirus?

Even during the pandemic, many doctors and chiropractors offices are equipped to handle in-person visits.  No one is more aware of the severity of this virus than our medical providers.  Even if you have avoided treatment for fear of contracting COVID-19, it is not too late to contact The Texas Bulldog.  The statute of limitations in Texas is usually 2 years for most types of accidents.  The experienced lawyers at the Miller Law Firm will evaluate your case for free.  Reach out to us as soon as possible to get free legal advice after any accident or injury.

Contact an Experienced Car Accident Attorney Today

Being involved in an accident can be an emotional experience with serious consequences. Instead of focusing on recovery, many individuals become overwhelmed by dealing with the legal aspects of their case.  An experienced attorney at the Miller Law Firm can guide you through your case with your best interests at heart.  The Texas Bulldog will never sit, stay or roll over for the insurance companies.  Call us today to schedule a free case evaluation.  The Texas Bulldog does not just bark, he BITES.