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SAN JOSE CAR CRASH KILLED TWO

Two people died in separate crashes in San Jose Saturday night, one in a multi-car pileup that temporarily closed Highway 101 and the other a pedestrian hit by a car in West San Jose. One person was arrested for a suspected DUI after the crash on northbound 101 near Trimble Road, the California Highway Patrol […]

In our present political situation, federal and state laws sometimes contradict each other. Currently, President Trump’s strict immigration policies are at odds with California’s “sanctuary state” policy. The state’s policy gives protections to undocumented immigrants and limits cooperation of local and state officers with federal immigration authorities. About 9% of California’s workers are believed to […]

On February 20th, a Senate committee narrowly approved a bill that would take out part of Florida law that lets employers deny benefits to injured workers who used other people’s Social Security numbers or identification to secure jobs. The Senate Banking and Insurance Committee approved the bill (SB 1568) that would remove a 2003 provision […]

Hiring an Attorney Is Critical

If you’ve been injured on the job, you are entitled to submit a claim for workers’ compensation benefits from the state. In California, these benefits can include lost wages, medical treatment, and partial or permanent disability funds. You are much more likely to receive the benefits you deserve with the help of a workers’ compensation […]

Protecting Your Rights

Recently a new client brought in paperwork he had received prior to retaining me from his employer’s insurance company.  I read through the letters he received and saw that the insurance company had scheduled a QME appointment for the injured worker. QME is a qualified medical examiner who is a physician who evaluates your injuries when […]

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