A Message from Huber, Waldron & Williams:
We at Huber, Waldron & Williams hope that you and your family are well during this difficult time. Our clients, colleagues, and employees are our primary concern as we continuously and diligently monitor the COVID-19 situation. In accordance with Pennsylvania Governor Wolf’s order, our physical offices are closed. However, our firm remains fully operational. Our attorneys and staff are working remotely, serving new and existing clients, through phone, email, and virtual meetings. We understand that many people will face unique challenges, whether from criminal law to civil matters. We are and will remain here for you during this unprecedented situation.
Our Firm will continue to serve your legal needs regardless of the challenges that face us and we have and will continue to invest in technology to do so. We want to assure you that Huber, Waldron & Williams remains ready, willing, and able to meet your ongoing legal needs. We thank you for your continued trust and encourage you to contact a member of our legal team at HW&W with any questions or concerns. We remain ready to provide the same high quality legal services that you have come to expect of us.
Please reach out to us directly through phone or email. For criminal law matters, please call (610) 435-9790 or contact John Waldron directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. For civil matters, please call (610) 774-9790, or contact James Huber directly at email@example.com, or Steven Williams directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 Resource Information
- CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC)
- WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
- UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT FO HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (HHS)
- PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
- PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (TRANSLATED INFORMATION)
- CITY OF ALLENTOWN HEALTH BUREAU
- CITY OF BETHLEHEM HEALTH BUREAU
- CITY OF EASTON HEALTH DEPARTMENT