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Introduction to Case Status

Kenny, Burns & McGill uses an app called Case Status to communicate with clients and keep them updated on the status of their legal issues.

When you download this app, you will be able to access real-time information about your case and securely communicate with Kenny, Burns & McGill. You will also have the ability to share important documents with us, as well as receive notifications as soon as any new information about your case is available.

The Case Status app is easy to set up, and you can get started in three simple steps:

  1. Download the app to your phone, either from the text message you received from our office, or by clicking here.
  2. Enter your cell phone number into the app.
  3. A confirmation code will be texted to the provided phone number; enter this code into the app, and you’re ready to go!

If you need to, you can also access your client messaging portal through a mobile or desktop browser instead of the app by clicking here.

Case Status is one of many tools we use to provide personal and comprehensive client support. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions! (215) 423-5500


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