Since the Covid-19 pandemic took the world by storm, working from home has become much more common.
While courts were closed on-and-off during the pandemic for everything but the most pressing legal issues, most courts are now open.
However, there are still many people who are working from home, including attorneys.
Thus, finding an attorney who works remotely is easier than ever before.
If you are looking for an attorney (remote work), consider the Law Offices of Theodore A. Naima.
Attorney Theodore Naima is a remote personal injury lawyer with extensive experience assisting clients through all stages of a lawsuit.
If you are looking for a remote lawyer, an online consultation will likely be how you meet the lawyer, discuss your case, and familiarize yourself with the process.
To schedule a lawyer-free consultation online, you can call a mobile work injury lawyer to set up a meeting that will take place via a video conferencing app like Zoom.
This will allow you to get all the benefits of an in-person consultation from the comfort of your own home.
Your attorney can explain what the personal injury process looks like in a post-Covid world.
For example, rather than having you head into court for every hearing, an attorney’s remote appearance may be possible.
This is where your attorney attends the hearing remotely as opposed to physically showing up in court.
Much Remains the Same
When you work with an attorney (remote work), many of the other aspects of the lawyer-client relationship remain the same.
For example, you can call your lawyer whenever you have a question about your case.
You can also expect that your remote lawyer will check in with you whenever there are any important developments in your case.
The biggest difference when you hire a remote personal injury attorney is that, rather than meeting face-to-face, you will meet over Zoom, FaceTime, or some other video conferencing software.
Differences Involved in Using a Remote Attorney
However, one big difference is that, due to constraints in the judicial system, cases are regularly delayed. It is important to factor this into your timeframe.
Again, this has little, if anything, to do with the attorney and more to do with the court system working through a large backlog of cases.
Another difference is that depositions may occur via video conferencing.
You can discuss the option of an attorney remote appearance deposition at your free initial consultation.
At such a deposition, you won’t be physically next to your attorney. But you will be in a separate “room” where you can still consult with them about any questions the other side asks you.
Have You Been Injured in a Personal Injury Accident?
If you are looking for a remote work personal injury lawyer, the Law Offices of Theodore A. Naima are here to help.
Mr. Theodore Naima handles a wide range of cases, including car accidents and slip-and-falls, and he makes himself remotely available for the convenience of his clients.
He has more than 20 years of experience successfully advocating on behalf of injured victims, and he has continued to aggressively represent clients remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic.
He is familiar with all the remote technology necessary to represent you effectively.
To learn more and to schedule a free consultation today, call 516-980-4877. You can also reach us through our online contact form.