We here at The Law Offices of Frederick K. Brewington (The Justice Posse) hope that this message finds you and your families doing as well as possible in these days of changing realities. At our offices, we are taking important and necessary steps to do our part in limiting the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). We have determined that we can do almost all of our client contact through telephone, email and fax communications. Given that Court conferences, hearings, trials and depositions are being seriously curtailed or cancelled, we are keeping nonessential travel to a minimum and encouraging attorneys and staff members limit contact with persons outside of our office.
Here are some tips (most provided by the CDC) which we wish to offer our clients, friends and colleagues on how to help us, and the wider community, limit the spreading or contracting the coronavirus:
1. You should wash your hands frequently and when washing of hands is not immediately available, please use hand sanitizer.
2. Avoid making any physical contact with attorneys and other staff members.
3. If you begin to sneeze, cough or wipe your nose, DO NOT USE YOUR HANDS. Instead, please cover your nose and mouth inside your bent elbow. Also you should use a tissue to address any residue from your cough or sneeze and then please dispose of it in a garbage bin with a lid. Then wash your hands.
4. If you are feeling ill or show signs of the virus (cough, runny nose, sore throat, fever or — in severe cases — difficulty breathing), DO NOT come to the office. Instead, contact local health officials to seek their advice and be tested. Early intervention is always better than waiting.
5. We ask that you not send over any documents not requested by our offices via email. This is to avoid the emailing of documents that have confidential or sensitive information within their content. Rather, request instructions from our staff attorneys and/or staff team as to where the documents can be sent and in what form.
We thank you all for your commitment in joining us as we seek justice and address the legal needs of those seeking our assistance. It is our hope that we will be able work together to see that as many needs as possible are cared for. If you have any questions, please contact us via our consultation portal on our website at www.brewingtonlaw.com, or call us at (516) 489-6959. Thank you for your consideration.