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How Our Firm Is Handling Cases Amid COVID-19 Concerns

The coronavirus is something we are all very concerned about. In an effort to slow down the spread of the virus, many states, including Colorado, have issued stay-at-home orders and temporary closures of nonessential businesses.

At this point in time, no one knows for sure how long we will need to continue social distancing. However, we do recognize that life goes on and people are still in need of assistance. While our team at Klein Frank is doing their part in staying home, we are not stopping work. Instead, we are just moving forward in a different way so that we can continue to be a voice for those injured.

As such, we are taking certain steps to keep our clients and their families safe during the current health crisis.

Virtual Services

When a client comes to our firm, this individual has a team of legal advocates working together on their behalf. That is no different during stay-at-home orders. Every person on our team is working hard from home to continue our high-quality and personalized legal services for each client that comes to us for help. We are doing this through the use of phone conferencing, virtual meetings, and emails.


During COVID-19, we are providing virtual legal services that consist of phone conferences and video meetings. We are utilizing Zoom, a reliable and easy-to-use tool that lets you video chat with our attorneys through your smartphone or computer.

If you are more comfortable talking with us over the phone, we can provide you first with phone conferences and explain how exactly Zoom works and the benefits of video conferencing with our legal team.

At Klein Frank, our personal injury attorneys are here to keep you informed throughout this entire legal process and help you with any questions or issues you may be facing. We are able to virtually communicate with you, with each other, and with specific outside sources that we need to utilize in your case.

For instance, we can hold tele-med conferences with the doctors who provided you medical treatment after your accident. Or, since every accident case is different, we may need to hold a virtual meeting with a medical expert who has experience dealing with your specific type of injury, diagnosis, or medical treatment. This allows us to gather all the evidence we need to prove the entire extent of your specific injuries, all while working from within our own homes.

In addition, we are able to utilize Zoom for mediation purposes so that we can negotiate the maximum award amounts for your case. This allows us to help settle your case quickly, even while courts are shut down or backlogged.


Our firm has been set up to work remotely for years, which is a huge benefit because we are already completely familiar with this technology and the process of remote legal services. We are able to quickly send documents electronically and help you sign them using a virtual signature.

This prior experience has made the work-from-home transition seamless and allows our attorneys to focus entirely on providing the best service to our clients, the same as we would with in-person meetings.

Klein Frank Is Here For You

In trying times, we are dedicated to being a trusted resource when you need it most. As soon as we have any updates on your injury case, our attorneys will pick up the phone and call you so you stay informed and stress-free.

We are committed to you and your safety and will take all the steps needed to ensure you receive a full recovery. As always, we remain available 24/7 with an open ear, ready to hear your story. Please don’t hesitate to rely on Klein Frank to help you pursue your injury case during the coronavirus epidemic.

Contact Klein Frank at (303) 448-8884 or fill out our online contact form to get started on your case.

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