Don't let the Coronavirus put your Injury Legal Needs on HOLD!

Don’t let the Coronavirus put your Injury Case or Legal Needs on HOLD!

Last updated Wednesday, July 28th, 2021

Don’t let the Coronavirus put your Injury Case or Legal Needs on HOLD!


Covid -19 has ravaged the world and has been declared a global pandemic. We understand these times are difficult for everyone and wish you and your loved ones are safe and healthy. We have made specific adjustments, such as remote working and online consulting for these critical times.

The courts may not be fully operational, but our firm is ready to take up our client’s cases efficiently as it remains functional.

To safeguard our staff, we are using technology to allow our office premises to function with the help of remote work effectively.

We want to assure all our partners, existing clients, associates, and prospective clients that our firm is operational for all their needs and ready to assist everyone.

Skaug Law is looking ahead to provide consultations and other services to our prospective clients and referral lawyers even in these uncertain times.

We are 100% committing to serving you in this time of need, and we can do that without you leaving your home.

March 25, 2020— Gov. Brad Little has ordered a stay-home order for all Idahoans for the next 21 days.

This order is effective immediately.

In cooperation with his order, our office will be closed for the specified time.

The best way to contact an attorney or our legal staff is through email. We will make sure clients still receive their checks in a timely manner.

We’re sorry for this inconvenience, but hopeful if we all do our part we can save lives by slowing the spread of Coronavirus.

Here is a list of our staff emails—

Bruce D. Skaug —
Todd M. Joyner —
Matthew C. Andrew —
Randall L. Schmitz —
Matthew R. Harrison —
Raúl R. Labrador —


Becky —
Karen —
Veronica —
Louise —