We’re Monitoring COVID-19 & Here to Help
To Our Valued Clients and Those Looking for Answers,
COVID-19 has impacted the lives of many in North Carolina as well as people across the world. As the situation continues to evolve, Randall & Stump, PLLC wants to reassure our clients and community that we are taking this situation seriously. We are prioritizing the health and well-being of our clients and staff, but also want to ensure you get the answers and consummate legal guidance you expect.
As a firm, we are carefully monitoring and adhering to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), North Carolina Health Department, other government agency guidance, and staying abreast of any changes or updates.
Our partners and staff have been advised on the practical measures to help stem the tide of COVID-19. This includes regular hand washing, the use of hand sanitizer, frequently disinfecting commonly touched areas, and social distancing whenever possible. This involves using phone conferences and communicating via e-mail to limit in-person interaction.
If you are an existing client and have a question about your case related to the COVID 19 pandemic, please call (980) 237-4579 or contact us online. We are available and will be in touch as soon as possible.
We’re Available to You & Working
Our attorneys and staff are currently working to address your needs and questions.
We are currently open during normal hours (8:30AM-5:00PM, Monday – Friday). However, we are re-evaluating on a daily basis, given the situation, and following the recommendations from local and state officials.
In an effort to be here for current clients and new clients, we are conducting all consultations and client conferences over the phone to reduce unnecessary exposure.
We’ll Keep You Informed
We are closely monitoring all client deadlines, court closures, and will continue to keep you updated.
If the situation continues to progress, we will explore all available options to provide you with the best possible representation. This may include using video depositions and testimony, e-document filing, and other tools should the need arise.
Charlotte and Mecklenburg County Court Limitations
With very few exceptions, courts in North Carolina are shut down until April 16, 2020. We have notified all clients with court dates scheduled between March 16, 2020, and April 16, 2020, of this information. Once we receive new court dates, we will advise each client accordingly.
A link from the NC Court system can be found here.
Other court services are limited and many have closed. If you have a mediation, deposition, or other case appearance scheduled, you should check your attorney.
Personal Injury Cases: Continued Medical Treatment
While it is always important to get medical treatment after a personal injury accident, we want to express the importance of continued treatment at this time. Many of your providers will be available via email and phone as well. You should stay in contact with them and follow treatment plans as directed by your doctor.
Criminal Cases: Continued Contact with the Court
If you are involved in an active criminal case, you should carefully monitor the court website and call your attorney to find out what is expected of you. Do not miss any hearings or other court-mandated requirements without confirmation from your lawyer.
How to Communicate with Your Lawyer
Your case and the dedicated service Randall & Stump, PLLC provides will not be impacted despite this uniquely challenging time. We appreciate your patience and we will continue to bring you updates.
We are meeting with clients as needed over the phone and taking consultations over the phone for those seeking our services once everything is running normally.
Our lawyers and staff are available at (980) 237-4579.
We’re All In this Together
We hope that you and your families are safe. Thank you for your patience and flexibility. We truly appreciate your choice in deciding to work with an attorney who will fight for you no matter what. We look forward to continuing to work together to resolve your current and future legal issues.