Rest assured that we can represent your interests during the Coronavirus outbreak by using video conferencing, online exchanges of documents and phone meetings. If in-person meetings are necessary, we can maintain social distancing. Landowner Condemnation Rights Attorney Philip Hundl explains how he conducts his condemnation law practice during the current Coronavirus and COVID 19 emergency. Call or text 800-929-1725 with your questions and concerns.
Summary of the Condemnation Law Practice During the Coronavirus Outbreak Video
– Hi, I’m Philip Hundl. I’d like to give you just a brief update today on my law practice during the Coronavirus and COVID-19 emergency. As many of you know, I’m an attorney based in Wharton County, and I handle condemnation cases for landowners throughout the State of Texas. Those cases can involve pipelines, high voltage transmission lines, canals, and highways.
With the developing situation with Coronavirus and COVID-19, I wanted to give you an update on how our office handles things and how we will continue to handle things. Because of my practice is a statewide practice, much of what I do with clients is over the phone or using video conferencing. So we will continue to assist clients with their condemnation needs via teleconferencing, video conferencing, Skype, FaceTime, and also via email with electronic documents.
So with respect to the need for social distancing in my practice, we’ve already done that. I think we’ve implemented a lot of innovative technologies and software so in-person contact is not required.
However, I often go on site visits to look at property that’s going to be affected by condemnation. When I do that I will practice social distancing. I’m having to break the habit of handshaking because I do often greet folks with handshake. I’m discontinuing that practice for now. Once we get past this Coronavirus and COVID-19 emergency, I look forward to getting back to handshaking and getting rid of social distancing.
So let’s pay close attention to social distancing, hand washing, and just practicing all the things that I think our moms and grandmothers told us about. Also please stay informed. I’ve gone on the CDC website related to the coronavirus, just to stay up to date on what’s going on.
Once again, if you have current cases with me that I’m working on or you’d like to talk to me about any possible case that you have or condemnation case that you’re facing, please rest assured that the technologies and procedures we have in place at our law firm let us comply with social distancing and require very minimal contact. That minimal contact might involve handling paper documents and that sort of thing.
Hopefully I’ve addressed any concerns that you may have related to my condemnation law practice during the Coronavirus and COVID-19 outbreak. If you have any questions or lingering concerns, please call or text our office at 800-929-1725.