The COVID-19 pandemic sweeping across the US is changing much of life as we know it. Due to the need to curb the spread of the virus, many states are in lockdown and a lot of businesses have been required to close, bringing most activity to a stand still.
Despite this, people still suffer avoidable personal injuries caused by another person daily. These injuries often include:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Dog bite injuries
- Medical negligence/malpractice
- Product liability/defective products
- Premises liability
- Fires and explosions.
While the necessities of the coronavirus pandemic have seen the suspension of most services, your rights to relief from personal injury and access to crucial legal services should not be suspended.
At Douglas S. Dovitz, P.C., we are providing online personal injury consultations to help aggrieved individuals access legal relief and compensation for the wrongful actions of others.
If you or your loved one suffered a personal injury during this coronavirus pandemic, you should not have to ignore your pain and suffering. Our committed Michigan personal injury attorneys are available to help you understand your rights and options for redress.
For over 30 years, residents in and around St. Clair Shores, Eastpointe, Roseville, and surrounding Michigan areas, have trusted Douglas S. Dovitz, P.C. with their auto accident, personal injury, workers comp, and social security disability cases. We can also help you obtain legal relief for your injuries at this difficult period. Schedule a free consultation with Attorney Douglas Dovitz by contacting us here or call 586-773-0911 to get started today.
Why Online Personal Injury Consultation?
There are a handful of reasons why an immediate online consultation with a lawyer may be what you need. A couple of them are here:
- Available on demand: With our online personal injury consultations service, you can obtain 24/7 advice from a qualified personal injury attorney. Your pressing question or concern about your injury does not have to wait because there is no legal office you can walk into immediately.
- Preserve your rights: The fact of the pandemic should not deprive you of your rights. If you have suffered unlawful harm through the reckless or negligent actions of others, we want to hear about it. Contact us to understand your rights and options for relief.
Why Choose Douglas S. Dovitz, P.C.?
With over 30 years of experience, Douglas Dovitz has achieved enviable success representing victims of personal injury in and around St. Clair Shores, Eastpointe, Roseville, and Surrounding Michigan. In fact, there are not many courts or judges that Attorney Douglas Dovitz has not appeared before in southeast Michigan. With Douglas S. Dovitz, P.C., you are guaranteed:
- 24/7 availability online.
- Free and Confidential Case Consultations.
- Excellent Communication – we give you frequent updates on the progress of your case.
Schedule Your Free Online Consultation Today
If you or your loved one has suffered a personal injury as a result of another person’s action or negligence, then you need to contact an attorney as soon as possible. To schedule an online consultation over the phone or through video conferencing, you can get in touch with Douglas Dovitz on 586-773-0911.
How does online personal injury consultation work?
AAn online consultation/video conferencing may be done through any tool of your choice (skype, zoom, etc. )You will be able to contact Douglas Dovitz and he will allay your concerns and answer any questions you have about your personal injury. He will then advise you on your rights or any other form of action you may need to take. The process begins by scheduling a free consultation either by contacting us on phone or through our website.
What do I need to bring to my virtual consultation?
AThere are no special tools required for an online personal injury consultation. The online consultation is basically like a physical consultation. Once you schedule a consultation, all you need to do is to disclose any information that will help your lawyer understand your case better. It is also important that you make available relevant information that may help your case. This may include documents or any other evidence about your personal injury.