TruDiligence has been closely monitoring the developing situation with Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Like companies across the nation, we have proactively implemented a variety of contingent processes to maintain the same TAT’s and level of service that you’ve come to expect. Our servers are located in secure data centers and we have contingency plans in place to maintain operations remotely should that be required.
Given the unprecedented nature of COVID-19, even with these contingencies in place, you may see a degradation of your service in certain regions. Government officials have already closed or curtailed access to courthouses and administrative government offices across the country, and this trend may continue.
Outlined below is the latest information we have available on closures or delays which may impact your services.
We appreciate your trust in TruDiligence during these challenging times and remain dedicated to providing your business with accurate and timely research services.
Be safe and stay well.
|Criminal||CA||Humboldt||Clerks office closed indefinitely. Clear records can still be processed. Records and possible records cannot be processed until the clerks office reopens.|
|Criminal||GA||Hancock||The courts in these counties are closed to the public effective immediately, until further notice.|
|Criminal||TN||Sevier||The courts in these counties are closed to the public effective immediately, until further notice|
We expect this list to grow. We will keep this information updated as we learn more.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this pandemic. We will get through this TOGETHER!
As those in our industry know only too well, good information is the best tool for making good decisions. Here are some resources to help you navigate the coming weeks.
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
World Health Organization (WHO)
U.S. Department of State