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COVID-19 Updates & Our Service Promise

Posted by Niki Tran | Feb 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

In these quickly changing times, we would like to update you on how Kriger Law Firm is navigating this unprecedented pandemic and provide you resources for questions you might have. We are closely monitoring and reviewing daily public health updates surrounding COVID-19.

On January 25, the state lifted the Regional Stay Home Order and announced the return to the tier system under the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. For San Diego, that means a return to the purple, Tier 1. The County of San Diego outlined the specific changes that would be in place as the region transitioned back into Tier 1. Full details are available on the County's website.

With the increasingly widespread distribution of COVID-19 vaccine, we are hopeful that our community will move closer to recovering from the pandemic. As of today, and until further notice from the County Public Health Officer, the County of San Diego is only vaccinating people who live or work in San Diego County and are in Phase 1A (all Tiers) or age 65 and older. Full details on vaccinations are available on the County's website. In addition, the state has recently launched a new notification tool called “My Turn” to check eligibility and schedule appointments.  Full details are available on the My Turn website

We hope everyone remains safe and healthy while we move closer to getting back to normal. We would also like to take this opportunity to assure you that Kriger Law Firm is committed to observing best practices to protect the health of our employees while continuing to provide uninterrupted service to our clients. We will continue to provide you, our board members and association managers, with legal and collection services essential to your association's daily operations. There is no doubt a plethora of updates and communications around COVID-19; thus, we do not wish to add to this, except to say that we will continue to do everything to support you and your associations.

Throughout this pandemic, we have been, and continue to be, of full service to homeowner associations across Southern California, working to keep all managers, board members, and vendors connected and engaged during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, from everyday legal matters to collection matters. Without a doubt, this pandemic has changed how we conduct our daily operations. This pandemic challenged us to adapt and find means to lead and deliver exemplary legal service from a distance. Some of the ways we are able to lead from the distance include monthly Zoom meetings with our associations and more frequent videoconferences for Board members and managers.

Equally important as maintaining social distancing and safety measures is maintaining and growing connections between our associations and managers. We encourage all our managers and board members not to think twice about picking up the phone and calling us for legal advice or collection inquiries.  Our attorneys and collection specialists continue to offer timely legal and collection advice to help associations navigate the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. We remain committed to meeting your associations' needs with the same level of service and care you expect from us, even if it is at a distance. To contact us please visit our website or contact us at (619) 589-8800.

About the Author

Niki Tran

Associate Practice Areas: Community Association Counsel Civil Litigation Niki Tran is an associate attorney with Kriger Law Firm, where she provides general counsel to community associations. Niki brings with her a wealth of experience in litigation, contract disputes, commercial agreements, cr...

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