Corona Virus Business Closure Update
As of March 12, 2020, Nevada is now under a state declared Emergency in response to the Corona Virus pandemic. This state of emergency is an attempt to slow the spread of Corona Virus by limiting face to face personal contact, and includes language which requires certain businesses, deemed Non-Essential, to close and cease operations during the state of emergency. Also included in the order are directions to practice social distancing which requires 6-foot clearance between persons, and directions to essential businesses to practice increased levels of hygiene and cleanliness.
By order of Governor Sisolak, as of March 20, 2020, Nevada has formalized the state of emergency by amending state laws and regulations, with specific instructions and details of which businesses have been declared either Essential or Non Essential. The good news is that legal services are classified as Essential Businesses, and our firms remain open during this time.
We’re Still Here For You
The Richard Harris Law Firm, Law Tigers, Ticket Busters and The Defenders remain open to accept new cases and resolve pending cases during the declaration of emergency. As the consequences of this worldwide threat continue to impact nearly every aspect of our lives, we want to assure you we are committed to providing uninterrupted service to our clients regarding all aspects of their case. Over the years we invested in advanced technology for the benefit of our clients. As a result, our law offices are uniquely prepared for the current crisis, allowing our lawyers and staff to work at full capacity from their homes. The only thing we will lose, hopefully only briefly, is the ability to meet face-to-face. Please feel free to call, email, text and videoconference us as usual.
For 40 years, our mission has been to serve, and we are proud to be able to do that no matter the circumstances.