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Recognizing the Threat of Childhood Injury

Recognizing the Threat of Childhood Injury

Parents have enough to worry about to ensure their children grow up in a safe and peaceful world. The daily news shifts from one sensational topic to the next, capturing our focus and emotions. However, what actually poses the greatest threat to our children’s safety,...
What To Do If You’re In a Rideshare Accident

What To Do If You’re In a Rideshare Accident

Many of us now utilize services such as Uber and Lyft on a regular basis. It can be the convenient choice to get around town quickly or the safe idea for a night out with friends. Do you know your rights and responsibilities should you become a passenger involved in...
Car Crash Basics: What To Do If You’re In An Auto Accident

Car Crash Basics: What To Do If You’re In An Auto Accident

Fender benders. Rear ends. T-bones. Head-on collisions. Over 6 million auto accidents happen in the U.S. each year, so if you’re on the road, it’s important to be aware of what to do when these unfortunate events occur. Knowing and taking the appropriate steps will...
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A Message During COVID-19

We understand how stressful and confusing the current COVID-19 situation can be. We want to assure you that the Law Office of Alan H. Fenton is still 100% functioning. We have spent the last few years investing in the most current cloud-based technology. All our staff are working at home and have their laptops, phones, and scanners. Everyone is still up and running at 8:00 a.m. every morning and taking care of business, just as if they were physically in our office.

While we are not currently able to meet face-to-face with our clients, we are still available by phone. Most documentation can be signed via DocuSign or sent via mail. Mr. Fenton is still in the office everyday taking calls and working with the insurance companies to get you the best settlement possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please give us a call.

Wishing good health to all.