Reducing the Spread of COVID-19 (Corona Virus)
We are open for business and at this time all appointments will be handled by telephone.
The health and safety of our clients and staff is very important to us at Martone Law Firm. We have taken measures to reduce the risk of transmission for our clients, staff, and those seeking legal representation. At this time all appointments will be handled by telephone. This social distancing will slow the spread of the virus and protect one another during these difficult times.
Call, fax, or email our office rather than come by. Our office hours remain 8 am to 12 pm and 1pm to 4 pm Monday through Friday, and we appreciate your patience while we are handling additional phone calls.
Please stay informed about this epidemic from reliable medical sources at the Center for Disease Control and spread only kindness to each other. Thank you for your understanding. We are all in this together and we will get through it.
See below for answers to some frequently asked questions, and feel free to contact us.Is your office currently open during normal business hours?
Yes. Our office hours are 8 am to 12 pm, and 1 pm to 4 pm, Monday through Friday. We are closed at the noon hour. Our voicemail, fax, and email are accessible anytime.When and how can I contact you?
You can call, fax, or email our office.Are you accepting new clients?
Yes, we are accepting new clients.How can I get updates regarding the status of my case?
You can call, fax, or email our office with your questions.Is Social Security Administration still open in my area? Will by hearing be rescheduled? What if I can’t attend my hearing because I am sick or quarantined?
As of March 17, 2020, Social Security Administration closed its doors to the public but continues to operate by telephone and provide online services.
If you have an appointment to go into a Social Security office you should stay home and Social Security should be contacting you by telephone.
If you have a hearing scheduled with an Administrative Law Judge, do not go to the hearing office. You may be given the option to have your hearing by telephone or postpone. We are assessing our clients’ best interests in this situation on a case-by-case basis.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions, and see the links below for Center for Disease Control, Social Security Administration, and New Mexico Department of Health for updates and other information.