Governor Polis has extended the stay at home order for the state of Colorado through April 26th. The city of Denver will remain under stay at home orders until May 8th. Federal, state, and local orders may be extended again, as needed, to help our medical community stay on top of the virus, minimize exposure to vulnerable populations, and reduce the number of new cases.
Sean Leventhal and Jonathan Sar honor the doctors, nurses, and healthcare professionals working around the clock to save lives. We are following all recommendations for both reduced activity and social distancing. We are not, however, doing so at the expense of our clients.
Leventhal Sar remains, as always, completely dedicated to building solid cases and helping victims of serious injury get justice. We have modified our operations to meet those ends. We have not compromised our commitment to client care.
We are Still Working
During the stay at home order and for as long as needed, we have moved a majority of our operations online. We maintain work-from-home capabilities and are able to access all needed files and documents securely and electronically, allowing us to work without interruption from our home offices.
We will continue to respond to all phone and email messages in the shortest time possible and our 24/7 chat option will remain fully functional, allowing new and existing clients to reach out at any time for a quick and confidential response. We will continue to offer obligation and cost-free consultations, enabling us to understand your needs and provide you with honest information about your options.
Our physical location is closed by necessity. This changes where, not how, we work for our clients. If you are in need of a personal injury lawyer in the Denver area, call us today at 720-667-3030 to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help.
Keep Yourself Safe
Please keep yourself safe during this time:
- Stay at home unless necessary to leave
- Practice social distancing when in public
- Wear a facemask where social distancing is impossible
- Wash your hands frequently
- Avoid touching your face
If you have a sneeze or a cough, cover it up, but also consider staying at home. We have a responsibility to everyone in our community. Being cautious, thoughtful, and intentional in our actions will help keep us, our families, and everyone we share the Metro Denver community with safe.
Visit the CDC for more information about protecting yourself from COVID-19.