remote injury attorney arkansas

COVID-19 relaxed the rules and opened the door for clients to hire a lawyer online.

But there are plenty of reasons other than COVID-19 to choose a remote personal injury attorney.

You may have a busy or hectic schedule that precludes office visits to your lawyer, or an injury may have left you homebound.

That is why you might benefit from a personal injury lawyer who offers a free consultation online.

At the Cottrell Law Office, we have over 32 years of experience representing injured clients in Rogers and other cities and towns in Northwest Arkansas.

We are dedicated to offering compassionate and effective representation.

What Are the Benefits of Having an Attorney (Remote Work)?

The benefit of hiring a lawyer who works remotely is that you can meet with them online and from the comfort of your home.

You can even meet your attorney in your car during a work break.

You will not have to worry about taking time off to travel to your lawyer’s office. Meeting with them is as simple as opening an app.

What if You Do Not Know How to Use Video Messaging Apps?

Video messaging apps are user-friendly and preferred for attorneys who do remote work.

Over the past few years, most of us have grown accustomed to using apps like Zoom to talk with friends and family.

However, do not worry if you cannot figure out how to use such applications. We have 32 years of experience and represent clients from all walks of life.

For your convenience, our mobile work injury lawyer can conduct telephone appointments if you prefer to use your phone instead of video messaging apps.

What About Files?

Remote work makes file management a lot easier. You can send all your files to your attorney through email. Therefore, you and your attorney will both have copies of your important documents.

Electronic documents will also make it harder for your essential papers to disappear.

Nevertheless, you should always hold onto or give your attorney original copies of any documents or evidence related to your case.

If you do not have access to email or a computer, you can always mail your documents or drop them off at your attorney’s office. However, always get a tracking number.

What About Court Appearances?

COVID-19 has transformed our legal system throughout the entire country. During the pandemic, courts and law firms moved quickly to adapt to remote work.

These changes now allow attorney (remote work) appearances. The court may conduct some hearings and even trials on video messaging apps like zoom and skype.

Therefore, you and your attorney may not have to appear in court.

Furthermore, these changes also allow an attorney to make a remote appearance for a deposition. You and your attorney may now use video messaging apps to appear for pretrial depositions.

This saves you from having to hang around an attorney’s office all day.

Contact a Remote Personal Injury Lawyer in Arkansas

Remote appearances are not only for COVID-19.

Attorney (remote work) allows you to consult a lawyer and conduct your legal affairs without interrupting your life.

Cottrell Law Office is known as a law firm with compassion. Our mission is to get you justice, so you can have the best quality of life possible, even after an accident.

You can meet with our lawyer online for a consultation. Contact us today.

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Wesley Cottrell

Wes Cottrell earned his B.A. from Pittsburg State University in 1981 and his J.D. from the Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas in 1985. He was admitted to practice law in Kansas in 1986, in Missouri in 1987, in Arkansas in 1989, and Oklahoma in 1993. He is licensed to practice law in the United States District Court for the District of Kansas, eastern Arkansas, western Arkansas, and western Missouri. He was Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Crawford County, Kansas from 1987-1989.

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