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Conducting Remote Depositions During COVID-19

By Drew Harbur We have all experienced innumerable changes to our personal and professional lives over the last month. Many of us are working remotely and navigating the various challenges accompanying that shift. Additionally, it seems that each day brings new orders/guidance with subsequent revisions, modifications and adaptations. For those of us practicing in multiple jurisdictions and across state and federal courts, it has required considerable diligence to monitor each court’s varying approach to the...
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California Paid Sick Leave Law

California has long been known to have strong protections for employees, and it was one of the first states in the US to require employers to provide paid sick leave. California’s paid sick leave law is known as the Healthy Workplace, Healthy Family Act of 2014, and applies to all employers in the state. It is important for both employers and employees to understand what this law covers. Read on to learn more and if...
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Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident T-Bone?

While any car accident can be a scary experience and cause potential injuries for drivers and passengers, T-bone accidents are among the most dangerous that can occur on the roadways. T-bone accidents are those in which the front of one car slams into the side of another car, forming the “T” in the T-bone collision. You may also hear these accidents referred to as broadside collisions or side-impact collisions. Determining fault in the aftermath of...
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Do Insurance Companies Pay for Rental Cars?

In the aftermath of a car accident, victims not only have to deal with any injuries caused by the incident, but they are often left without a vehicle while awaiting repairs or replacement. This can be devastating for one-vehicle households. For those who rely on their car to get to and from work, to get their kids to school, and for everyday shopping, a car accident can cause serious problems. Many people involved in car...
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Do You Have to Report a Car Accident in California?

Getting into a car accident can be a scary and frustrating experience. When a serious accident occurs, law enforcement and emergency medical personnel will likely be dispatched to the scene, and an accident report will be filed. However, not all accidents are serious, and many California drivers wonder what reporting requirements are for less severe incidents. Every driver in California needs to understand that nearly all car accidents must be reported. What Does California Law...
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