COMMINS HENDRIKS CONTINUES TO SERVICE THE COMMUNITY DURING PANDEMIC
Legal firm Commins Hendriks has moved to reassure clients and the community that they will still be able to access legal services as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, despite the temporary closure of the company’s offices across regional NSW and Canberra as of Monday 30 March.
“Whilst our front doors will be closed to clients and visitors that will not stop us from working remotely and behind the scenes to ensure that we continue to service each and every client as we’ve done through good times and bad over the past 100 years,” said Commins Hendriks CEO Phillip McIntosh.
“This is a very difficult and anxious time for many in our community and the health, safety and well-being of our staff and clients is our priority every day and especially during the current health crisis."
“To ensure that we can safely continue to provide high quality professional services to the community, we have introduced changes in line with Government recommendations that will enable us to deliver clients’ needs remotely, while maintaining absolute information security and privacy."
Individuals and businesses across the community are assured that the full range of services are available as they’ve always been, with the following changes in how that service is delivered:
• Our full team of 20 solicitors have the capability and capacity to handle client matters remotely via email, telephone and virtual meetings.
• Our five Directors and two Special Counsel are available to deal with our business client needs directly during this period.
• Clients wishing to speak to one of the staff or book an appointment can contact us on 02 6933 6900 or email email@example.com.
• Our free legal clinic which normally operates on a Saturday morning will now be available by completing online forms via our website.
“We are here to take care of the legal and physical health of clients with the changes we’ve made. We encourage everyone to please stay home and stay safe. Rest assured we have you covered.”