Coronovirus Notice – Covid-19 – a safe welcome for clients and visitors

Author: Douglas-Jones Mercer.

Date: March 1st 2020

To support the government and to protect our employees during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation, please be aware that we are implementing a new visitor protocol.

We have taken measures to cease all external guests visiting DJM offices.

Further to Government updates DJM wish to update our clients on the level of service we can provide during this period of unprecedented uncertainty.

We continue to offer full services remotely and will continue to do so until further notice. We have implemented remote working patterns for our legal staff in conjunction with the recent Government guidance and our Solicitors/ Lawyers will be working from home. We have tested our remote working systems recently with success and a few essential support service teams remain office based.

Such remote working measures follow the guidance set by Government and we aim to offer seamless service during such times. However, we would respectfully suggest to our clients or visitors to make contact with us before any attempts to call to the office without prior appointment. Due to remote working patterns may result in the person you wish to meet not being on site.

Our usual means of contact via email and telephone remain unchanged.

We have also asked all DJM employees to continue to follow the social distancing measures and safe personal hygiene.  We hope this does not cause any offence and thank you for your understanding.

Barry Davies – Practice Director

25th March 2020

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