Metaverses aren’t just for tech companieslaw firms are now also plotting a digital home in the expansive virtual environment. On Wednesday, Cherry Hill, New Jersey-headquartered personal injury firm Grungo Colarulo announced it’s launching a metaverse office.

Grungo Colarulo’s metaverse office is located in Decentraland, a 3D virtual reality platform, which the firm said makes it the first personal injury firm to create an office in the metaverse. Firm founding partner Richard Grungo Jr. said the impetus behind the move to a virtual space came from clients’ evolving preferences.

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