We are open for business. Almost all of our staff has switched to working from home, in accordance with the recommendations from health experts and agencies. We continue to answer phones, take on new projects, inspect scenes, analyze evidence, craft reports, and provide the answers central to your case.
We have created a COVID-19 Safety Plan for each of our 3 offices to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. While our safety plans include some changes to the way we do our work to keep our staff, our clients and our communities safe, it also allows us to continue serving you and bring clarity to your cases. This page will shed some light on the way we are currently conducting business at MEA Forensic. We will keep this information up to date as the situation evolves.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to Jonathan Lawrence if you need more information about our COVID-19 response, and let us know if there are ways we could support you better.
We are still operational in Canada and the US. Most of us are currently working from home with a few staff practicing social distancing and increased hygiene in our offices. We are doing fieldwork including joint vehicle inspections, we are analyzing evidence, writing reports, and we are available for virtual deposition and testimony.
Absolutely. We are all equipped to work from home and will continue to open files, gather and analyze evidence, and write reports. We can discuss your file over the phone, via email, or during a videoconference. If you prefer, please use our secure online form to send us the details pertaining to your case, and we will get in touch with you.
Yes. We are all equipped to work from home or in the field and will continue to open files, gather and analyze evidence, and write reports.
Yes. We are all equipped to work from home and will continue to open files, gather and analyze evidence, and write reports.
While we are not currently hosting depositions at our offices, we are available for depositions elsewhere if social distancing and hygiene guidelines can be followed. In Canada and the US, a remote deposition by videoconference can be arranged. Please contact us to discuss the possibilities.
If we are needed at court, we will testify. We will follow applicable social distancing and hygiene guidelines and are available for remote testimony by videoconference.
Yes, but for a more timely response, please use our secure online portal to upload your documents.
Yes, we are inspecting accident locations, crashed vehicles and evidence as required. We are working in accordance with social distancing and hygiene guidelines.
Yes. If a joint inspection is needed, contact us to make the arrangements.
Yes, as long as the destination can be reached by car. We are not currently traveling by air.
Yes. We are able to provide accredited seminars by videoconference for your firm. Contact us to arrange one for you and your colleagues, even if you are all working away from your office.
LATEST FIRM NEWS
- Helmets and the Biomechanics of Head Injury Webinar – July 29th, 2020
- Expert Witness Aviation Investigation Webinar – June 3rd, 2020
- Let the Evidence Speak 2020 San Diego Seminar – postponed
There’s a storm outside, but we are still here, and we are still doing what we do best. Please let us know how we can support you better during these trying times.