Our Response to COVID-19
We live in an ever-changing world and one where we cannot predict what will happen the next day. Despite the world and our way of living taking an unimaginable turn, here at Pines & Goldenzweig we remain committed to helping both our customers and our partners. During the last few week we have — and continue to — closely monitor the evolving status of COVID-19 in the United States.
Serving Our Community
In light of the COVID-19 developments, we have noticed an increase in individuals working from home and practicing social distancing across the country. Nonetheless, we are incredibly proud of our team members who continued to come to work even during these challenging circumstances. After careful consideration of various elements such as the ongoing COVID-19 expansion and the repercussions it has had on businesses and the nation as a whole, we have decided to change the way we assist our clients.
We have decided to temporary close our offices, postpone and reschedule appointments, and focus on coming up with methods to continue to serve our clients while taking their safety as our priority. Our offices are currently closed and there are no employees working in our offices. We are well aware of our clients’ needs and as a result, effective as of March 20, 2020, we have enabled our WhatsApp for consultation protocols such as calls, text, and video calls. We wish to highlight our 24-hour call service which is still working for your convenience.
The Path Forward
Our world will undoubtedly be different as we move into the future but we are all in this together. We would like to commend all the organizations who have been expanding their power to ensure that their communities have enough resources to overcome the COVID-19 growing crisis. We at Pines & Goldenzweig will continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 and do everything possible to help protect the lives of our clients, employees, and community as we get through this world crisis together.
What To Do If You Suffer An Injury
It is imperative to know your rights. If you suffer an accident at your workplace you must be careful of anything you sign. If you feel like you are being treated unfairly or rushed through the system, contact lawyers Eric Pines and Stephen Goldenzweig by calling 713-489-4410 or 713-766-0000 for Spanish assistance. Pines & Goldenzweig have over 20 years of experience helping victims like you have their voices heard and their rights protected. You can access the website www.ayudaenaccidentes.com where you will find step-by-step instructions on what to do when facing an accident.