Posted on Mar 25, 2020 in Local Issues

Earlier this week, Gov. John Bel Edwards declared a statewide stay-at-home order for Louisiana. All residents are to stay in their homes as much as possible. They should only leave for quality of life reasons like getting food, medicine, or exercise. When outdoors or in public, all individuals should practice social-distancing, keeping ample space between themselves and others.

Only essential businesses will remain open. This means grocery stores, takeout food, pharmacies, and hospitals. Many other businesses have been forced to close, or, for those that can manage it, have continued to operate completely remotely.

At Bloom Legal, we consider protecting and fighting for the rights and wellbeing of New Orleans residents to be an essential service. That is why Bloom Legal is remaining open and available 24/7 through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bloom Legal Is Equipped to Serve Clients Through Any Situation

Since Bloom Legal’s inception over 15 years ago, New Orleans Attorney Seth Bloom has strived to make his firm a modern firm of the 21st century.

We were one of the first fully digital firms in the New Orleans area, incorporating  modern technologies and tools to streamline the legal process and enhance the lawyer-client relationship.

In the wake of Katrina, Seth and Bloom Legal kept the doors open and continued to serve the people of New Orleans. Not only are we equipped to continue operating during a crisis, we have experience doing it.

Video Conference With a New Orleans Lawyer

During the quarantine, Bloom Legal will be offering a new service – face-to-face video consultations. If you have a legal issue or need legal advice, contact Bloom Legal to set up a video consultation with one of our expert attorneys.

We can will offer advice and real answers during this time of uncertainty. We can help you deal with any legal or injury issues, so that you can get back to what’s most important—the health and safety of you and your loved ones.

Bloom Legal Are Your Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyers During COVID-19 Outbreak

Though the city is in lockdown and much of life as we know it has stopped, cops are still arresting people. Warrants and summons can still be issued. Traffic tickets won’t stop either.

But wait, didn’t you read that Orleans and Jefferson courts are closed until further notice? That’s right, you did.

With courts closed all over the New Orleans area, navigating this liminal legal space is going to be challenging. However, Bloom Legal has the tools to take on the job and protect our clients.

Likewise, if you are in an accident during this pandemic, you will likely find yourself dealing with unique circumstances.  For instance, should you be worried about going to a hospital for your injuries? How will you get your car fixed with so many places closed down?

Bloom Legal is here to answer all your questions and guide you through the uncharted waters of these times.

Get a Free Consultation Any Time, From Any Where

If you or someone you know has been charged with a crime, received a summons or attachment, or been arrested during the coronavirus outbreak, contact Bloom Legal today.

Our operators are standing by 24/7 to take your call. Our consultations are always free. Book your face-to-face video consultation with a New Orleans attorney today.

We believe that we will beat this virus together. However, in the meantime, Bloom Legal is committed to continuing to provide legal protection, advice, and expertise to our clients.

Stay safe and healthy, everyone!

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