Since Fry & Elder first opened its doors in 1932 and began trying cases throughout Oklahoma courtrooms, the established Tulsa law firm has sought to implement innovative strategies to advocate for and support its clients during the most trying times.
As our country continues to navigate and respond to coronavirus (COVID-19), Fry & Elder wants its valued clients to know that the firm is fully to committed to its clientele and their health and safety.
The firm is taking appropriate safety precautions during these challenging days which includes enhanced hygiene, sanitation, social distancing and utilizing digital consultation platforms to hold private consultations.
Though the firm will continue to meet and consult with clients in a face-to-face office setting, Fry & Elder is available for confidential consultations and meetings using video-conferencing technology including FaceTime, Skype and Zoom. This would be the preferred method of conferencing as our country continues to promote social distancing in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19.
“Our job as attorneys is to seek solutions for our clients which aid and assist them,” Robert G “Hap” Fry Jr. said. “Right now, there is a lot of unknown out there for all of us, and there are many who will feel more comfortable communicating digitally or by phone which we are more than happy to accommodate.
“Many of our clients are facing challenging situations, and we want our clients to be as comfortable as possible while always knowing that we are diligently working on their case.”
Fry & Elder has been selected to the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Law Firms list every year since 2014. Those interested in scheduling a private digital consultation should contact Fry & Elder at 918-585-1107 or by clicking here and submitting a request through email.