As of this writing, the Centers for Disease Control reports 15,219 cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States, with approximately 200 reported dead. This pandemic has created a crisis across the nation, with schools closing, sporting events cancelled, businesses shutting their doors, and most people choosing to stay at home to prevent the spread of the virus. So much remains shrouded in uncertainty in these times where even the number of infected people remains largely unknown as state officials patch together numbers and struggle to test people. Courthouses in Nebraska have been closed with trials being postponed until further notice. Anyone exhibiting symptoms of coronavirus has been asked not to go to court and to self-quarantine as government and health officials have been urging.
If you had an upcoming car accident case or civil trial on the docket, the best thing you can do right now is to stay in touch with Rensch & Rensch Law, your car accident law firm in Omaha, Nebraska. Our car accident attorneys are closely monitoring the situation to provide the best information to our clients. We are here for you. If you are not feeling well or are sick and have scheduled an appointment with our office, please do not hesitate to reach out to us so that other arrangements can be made. If necessary, we can discuss your case by the phone or by videoconference.
The good news is that many car accident claims can be settled outside of court. If you have been hurt in a car accident and Rensch & Rensch Law was handling your case, rest assured that our attorneys can continue to take steps to negotiate your settlement with insurance companies and with negligent parties. Many of these steps can be taken through writing demand letters, through speaking to adjusters on the phone, through letters, and by email, and by providing information to stakeholders during the negotiation of your settlement. If you case can be settled outside of court, Rensch & Rensch Law can take steps to get you the best possible settlement permitted under the law.
If you have been hurt in a car accident in Omaha, Nebraska, it is important to take steps to protect your rights. Call the police. Seek medical care. Tell your insurance company an accident has taken place. And, if you have questions about your insurance claim or about your rights following a car accident, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Omaha, Nebraska car accident lawyers at Rensch & Rensch Law today. We are happy to discuss your case over the phone and can take steps to review your claim, negotiate with insurance adjusters, and fight for your rights.
This is a confusing time for us all as we struggle to cope with the new normal of living in a pandemic. If you have questions about your pending car accident personal injury case, have questions about whether you should reschedule an upcoming meeting in our office, or have been hurt in a car accident and have questions about your rights, reach out to Rensch & Rensch Law, Omaha, Nebraska car accident lawyers today. Or connect with USAttorneys.com to get matched with a lawyer.