A Message Regarding COVID-19 From the Law Office of Dana L. White, PLLC

Our prayers are with those who have been affected by COVID-19. We have been monitoring the Coronavirus carefully, and prior to the increase in cases, we began taking precautions, such as the use of 70% alcohol-based hand sanitizer, limiting physical contact (ie handshaking), spacing, etc. We take our role in the community seriously and try to make every effort to ensure our clients are taken care of but also that our staff is safe.

It is imperative that we begin to implement additional precautions for the safety of our community, staff and clients:

  1. We are offering video and/or audio phone consults for the time being. Please contact us at (817) 697-0180 or contact us online to set up an appointment.
  2. Please avoid physical contact with others. Greet others with a warm smile, but not a handshake at this time.
  3. Please wash your hands with soap and water for 20 following every interaction.
  4. The CDC does not recommend masks for healthy individuals. Masks are only recommended for those that are sick.

Amid global concern about COVID-19, we will continue to be here for our clients. As people and companies all across the country take additional preparations to protect against the Coronavirus, we acknowledge that your problems will likely not be taking a break. At this time, we will continue to service our clients with the same fast response times you’ve come to expect from us.

Due to the increasing number of reported cases in the U.S., we are continuously monitoring the situation. We will also continue to actively assess the necessary actions we need to take in order to ensure the health and safety of our clients, our staff, and their families. We hope that you will join us in taking some basic but important measures, such as frequent hand washing, to keep communal risk low.

We thank you in advance for your patience during this most challenging and unprecedented time.

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