Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds COVID-19 Update

April 1, 2020

 

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Update

During State Issued Business Restrictions

 

We hope you and your families are well.

 

The Governor of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker, has issued stay at home restrictions and the closure of all non-essential business through May 18, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds wants to assure you that our practice and operations will continue to run seamlessly during this period. We have a sophisticated technology system to support our employees working remotely, which enables us to continue to provide the highest levels of service and security.

 

Our staff is available via phone through their regular business numbers if you have any questions.

 

Please direct correspondences via email (instead of through the postal service) to be sure your attorney receives your communication in a timely manner. Although faxes will be processed and forwarded to staff, there will be delay, so email is preferred.

 

Our firm will provide you with updates as we stay committed to putting the best interests of our clients, staff and community first as we face this challenge together.

 

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds

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April 1, 2020

 

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Update

During State Issued Business Restrictions

 

We hope you and your families are well.

 

The Governor of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker, has issued stay at home restrictions and the closure of all non-essential business through May 18, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds wants to assure you that our practice and operations will continue to run seamlessly during this period. We have a sophisticated technology system to support our employees working remotely, which enables us to continue to provide the highest levels of service and security.

 

Our staff is available via phone through their regular business numbers if you have any questions.

 

Please direct correspondences via email (instead of through the postal service) to be sure your attorney receives your communication in a timely manner. Although faxes will be processed and forwarded to staff, there will be delay, so email is preferred.

 

Our firm will provide you with updates as we stay committed to putting the best interests of our clients, staff and community first as we face this challenge together.

 

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds

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