At Bertoldo, Baker, Carter, Smith & Cullen, we understand that even under an unprecedented public health crisis, as COVID-19 continues to control the public and private Nevada landscape, you may still need to talk to an attorney about a previous or ongoing case, or a new legal challenge.
We value the trust you place in our skilled personal injury attorneys and team members who bring an unwavering commitment to providing valuable legal solutions during a very difficult time in not just our communities, but throughout the United States and around the globe.
As our residents retreat from public interaction, negligence remains a factor in their day-to-day lives in the form of traffic collisions, unsafe premises, and hospital or nursing home injuries that require immediate medical care and legal protection.
Protecting your legal rights has always been our highest priority, as we do not want anyone to experience further harm by delaying their pursuit of financial recovery due to the current and fluid challenges the COVID-19 pandemic presents.
We are here for you, just as you have been for us for over 35 years.
How Can I Communicate With the Attorneys at Bertoldo, Baker, Carter, Smith & Cullen Without Scheduling an In-Person Meeting?
To help ease congestion around Las Vegas, and to ensure our clients are safe while observing their rights to speak with an attorney, we are always available by telephone, text message, and video call appointments for any legal questions or issues you may have.
We are prepared with the technology to address your legal issues as our attorneys and staff have been equipped to work remotely. We will continue to meet your legal needs through your communication preference, so you are not left injured and unable to receive help during what has proven to be a very difficult time for our community.
Our offices will continue to operate as usual, with the exception of no in-person meetings. We will continue to monitor the evolving Federal, State, and local government directives to protect our staff from unnecessary exposure to any compromising circumstances COVID-19 presents going forward.
We will continue to provide the legal resources and support our community needs while focusing on the safety of our residents, clients, attorneys, and staff as we all get through this difficult time together.
Provide Help for Those in Need or Connect With Our Local Resources for Assistance
To learn more about how you can help, logon to the American Red Cross to schedule an appointment to donate blood and help reduce the severe blood shortage caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
If you need help, Three Square Food Bank has implemented emergency food distribution sites in Las Vegas Valley in response to COVID-19, and is providing CCSD students with both breakfast and lunch during school closures at these locations.
In addition, Project 150 is providing fresh food and non-perishables items as well as hygiene products to CCSD students who present a valid student ID upon arrival.