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The Elements Needed to Prove a Dog Bite Claim in California

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In the State of California, a person who has ownership of a canine can be held strictly accountable for the injury or harm caused by the dog, in spite of how much the animal has been trained and without regard to the dog’s history. The California Civil Code §3342 defines the state’s strict dog… Read More »

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What to Expect As a COVID-19 Injured Worker

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As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken the country by storm, the virus has caused the illnesses and untimely deaths of hundreds of workers in the State of California. As time progresses, more and more people return to work, and understandably, many workers are concerned with the possibility of contracting the virus. Recently, the State… Read More »

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Estate Planning Amid the Novel Coronavirus

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The novel Coronavirus has struck the world on an unparalleled scale. As of June, COVID-19 cases in the State of California have toppled 100,000 cases, and based on recent reports, the number of cases keep escalating. In the midst of this uncharted territory, it is critical to take a closer look at one’s personal… Read More »

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Personal Injury Claims Following the Coronavirus Outbreak

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As governors across the nation slowly begin reopening their respective state economies, many establishments, businesses, and organizations face potential tort claims. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the total amount of new coronavirus cases in the United States have already surpassed 2 million, with a total of over 100,000 deaths. The… Read More »

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The State of California Establishes Workers’ Comp Presumption of Coverage for Novel Coronavirus Illnesses

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As of early May, State of California Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order, which established a rebuttable presumption that California workers’ COVID-19 illness resulted from workplace conditions for the purposes of obtaining California workers’ compensation benefits. For the presumption to be applicable, workers will need to demonstrate that they were diagnosed with COVID-19, and/or… Read More »

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Changes to California’s Short-Term Disability Insurance Rules as a Result of the Coronavirus

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The State of California has recently made changes to the short-term disability insurance program, or SDI, in order to help individuals who have been affected as a result of COVID-19. California workers who need to take time off will be able to receive SDI benefits that equal from 60 to 70% of their regular… Read More »

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An Overview of the Basic Probate Process in California

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In the State of California, the probate process is not particularly exhausting. After the passing of a loved one, it may also be possible to avoid the process altogether. Here we will discuss the probate process and what can be done to avoid probate court. Probate Court Is Not Always Necessary As previously mentioned,… Read More »

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Proving Fault in a Bicycle Accident in Southern California

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Southern California offers ample opportunities for bicyclists to enjoy a ride, but cycling is no longer seen as a just a favorite pastime. Today, more and more people have opted to use a bicycle as a means to get to and from work. Sadly, as more people have turned to cycling as a means… Read More »

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Common Types of Construction Accidents and How to Obtain Compensation Following an Injury

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Even as there are multiple state and federal regulations implemented that help minimize the risk of construction site accidents, construction accidents still remain too common throughout the State of California. Unfortunately, too many workers suffer serious, yet avoidable injuries each year. A construction accident has the potential to cause devastating, life-changing injuries. Fortunately, victims… Read More »

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Understanding What Makes a Will Valid to Probate in the State of California

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The legal term that is used when presenting a will to court is probate. The probate process will put the will through specific steps, as it is used to ensure that all the testator’s outstanding debts are completely satisfied before any assets are distributed to the beneficiaries. When a will is probated, any assets… Read More »

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