May 22nd, 2020
Our latest response to the COVID-19 Virus – May 22, 2020
At Seamon Law Offices the health and safety of our clients, team, and community is our priority. We are continuing to monitor the latest news and updates about the coronavirus. As we prepare to reopen in the coming weeks, we have implemented procedures to comply with CDC recommendations as well as state and local regulations.
First, we have reviewed Governor Justice’s West Virginia Strong – The Comeback guidelines for reopening small businesses with under ten employees to ensure we are in compliance. We will continue to monitor updates specific to West Virginia business operations.
Second, we will follow the latest “Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers” and health precautions by the CDC.
· Please note that current CDC recommendations include a series of questions about health symptoms and recent travel as well as a temperature check for anyone entering our office. If you are ill or suspect you may be ill, we will be waiving all rescheduling fees for appointments.
· Consultations and Document Reviews will remain virtual by phone or Zoom. Signing appointments that will be scheduled in order of engagement with the exception of emergencies which will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
· Gloves and a mask will be provided to staff and clients for appointments. Even if you do not feel ill, please think of this step as a courtesy precaution. We encounter clients and loved ones in the high-risk category, and it is essential we minimize their risk.Staff will wear new gloves for every client interaction. We will use new pens for every Signing Appointment as well. Please refrain from handshakes or other contact.
· We will scan your signed documents and coordinate a pickup 48 hours later to reduce your in-office time.
· Frequent daily disinfection of all office surfaces will be maintained. Hand sanitizer will be available.
· We will continue to have limited staff in the office. Please call our office if you need to arrange a drop off, pick up, or other appointment. The door will remain locked.
For additional information about COVID-19 visit the Centers for Disease Control at cdc.gov.
Please save this link and refer back for updates to our procedure and policies.