June 4, 2020 |
The Barnes Firm
Thousands of Americans were wrongfully exposed to the deadly COVID-19 virus.
On ABC News in Oakland, CA, The Barnes Firm’s managing attorney, Landon Vivian, explained how they have adapted to working through COVID-19 to protect client interests.
- Who’s responsible?
- What can be done?
- Why wasn’t my family protected from COVID-19?
The Barnes Firm’s coronavirus lawyers can help you get the answers to these questions.
Many have contacted them with concerns about having been exposed to the virus. The key is to look at what was done and what could have been reasonably done to prevent exposure from occurring.
Each county in California has different rules in place and they will look to show where their client came into contact with the person who exposed them to COVID-19.
Attorney Vivian advises not to wait when it comes to contacting a lawyer to advocate for your rights. They can also help with getting medical treatment to decrease disruption to cases.
The Barnes Firm also has a Coronavirus Resource Center with Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 and helpful links to California and Federal COVID-19 Resources for more information.
They also have information specifically geared to How and Where someone got in contact with COVID-19, such as:
To contact a personal injury lawyer, visit thebarnesfirm.com or call (800) 800-0000.
See the full article here: Oakland-based The Barnes Firm is working with clients and employees during COVID-19