5 Questions Clients Should Ask To Ensure Their Evaluation Process Is Safe During COVID
The world does not stop even as the pandemic drags on and most indicators suggest it will be at least one year, if not longer, before we are free from COVID or vaccinated against it. Court cases continue, and clients may need an evaluation for their court case now, not 1-2 years from now. Or if the case has been bumped, an evaluation can help attorneys work with clients on a settlement now using the evaluation results rather than waiting for a court date. (And if they still can’t settle, at least the evaluations are ready for court.)

While the risk of contracting the virus cannot be completely eliminated with safety measures, there are a number of safety measures clients who need a forensic evaluation for court during COVID can ask about to help reduce risk.) 

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