In midst of the current landscape, you may have questions regarding work and receiving compensation in this difficult time. Here at The Slocum Firm, we’ve been handling cases online for years through our innovative use of technology to settle cases faster – without you ever having to leave your home.
The CARES Act was signed into law on March 27th, 2020 and provides a series of benefits to individuals, small businesses and large corporations alike. If you or someone you know has been affected by COVID-19, reach out to one of our experienced attorneys today.
Loans for small businesses are being handled by the Small Business Administration (SBA), and nearly all requirements for an SBA loan have been relaxed or eliminated. The loan can total up to $10 million, and can be used for payroll, mortgage interest payments, rent, utilities, and other debts.
If you contracted COVID-19 while on the job, you may be entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits. The PA House of Representatives is currently working on a bill that may change qualification requirements. We are following closely and updates will be made here regularly.
The current economic landscape has seen 6.65 million Americans file for unemployment in the week ending on March 28th. While The CARES Act gives several options to those seeking to file for bankruptcy, you may need assistance navigating through the intricacies of the act.