COVID-19 Hours of Operation and Precautions

Coronavirus **UPDATED 14 JULY, 2020**

For the protection and peace of mind of our clients, staff, and the community at large, Dagger Law has established an office policy to practice social distancing and to conducting business by phone and email based on the attorney’s discretion and safety of all involved. 

Under certain circumstances, it may be necessary for clients to visit our office in order to attend meetings, review and sign documents, or for depositions. In these instances, appointments will be coordinated through your attorney and specific guidance regarding the meeting will be provided so that the meeting can go smoothly and quickly. Though we are accepting unscheduled, in-person, visits we request that  every effort be made to set an appointment, the interests of public safety.

For your convenience, we do have a drop box, labeled “night drop” located in our rear parking lot on the left set of double doors as you look at the building. If you need to drop off a payment, or paperwork, we ask that you consider the use of this option to minimize any unnecessary social contact between clients and staff. We understand that not every packet of papers will fit in the slot, and that there may be times when you may have questions about your paperwork that may be answered before you hand them over to our attorneys and staff. If this is the case, we ask that you proceed to our main reception area located on the Main Street side of our offices. This reception area is staffed during working hours, and can assist clients with most questions. If you need a notary, our reception desk can also provide this service to you, quickly and safely.

We are not requiring the wearing of face masks by clients of the firm, but ask that you consider this option for the safety and protection of others, as recommended by the Governor of Ohio and the CDC. Dagger Law will be adhering to the new Ohio Public Health Advisory System, which uses four levels of Covid-19, public emergency, severity to determine what additional precautions might be necessary for the safe operation of our business. We encourage all clients and visitors to be aware of the current state of this advisory system before coming into our offices so that we can ensure that all parties are adequately protected. Some disposable masks may be available by request, as supplies last, for those clients who visit the firm in person. Staff and attorneys will wear face masks to the maximum extent possible, but may need to remove them in order to be heard clearly, or to have hard-of-hearing clients read lips. In these cases we will make every effort to institute the recommended six foot social distancing measures, if possible, in our office spaces and conference rooms.  

Thank you for your cooperation and assistance with our efforts to keep the community safe. It is our hope that by acting with caution now, we may return to a more normal state quickly.