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What happens if the damages to my car are greater than insurance limits?

By Castillo & Associates |

All drivers are responsible for the safety of others on the roads. However, car accidents happen. Some car accidents can lead to small property damage, while others involve permanent disability or serious property damage. All drivers in California are required to maintain car insurance in case an accident happens. Sometimes though, the driver who… Read More »

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Premises Liability in Restaurants For COVID-19 Infections in California

By Castillo & Associates |

COVID-19 continues to be a global pandemic with little sign of slowing down. While a vaccine may prove effective to slow the spread of this infectious virus, many people continue to receive the diagnosis that they were exposed and must now isolate at home and hope that their symptoms do not become life-threatening. When… Read More »

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Can I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim if I Get COVID-19 at Work?

By Castillo & Associates |

COVID-19 has caused a global pandemic throughout the world and changed Americans’ economic, social, and even educational environments. Many workers were deemed essential during quarantine periods. Even as some of those quarantine measures are now lifted, some workers fear returning to work due to the fact that they may face exposure to the Coronavirus… Read More »

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MAKING A FALSE OR FRAUDULENT WORKERS‘ COMPENSATION CLAIM IS A FELONY SUBJECT TO UP TO 5 YEARS IN PRISON OR A FINE OF UP TO $50,000 OR DOUBLE THE VALUE OF THE FRAUD, WHICHEVER IS GREATER, OR BY BOTH IMPRISONMENT AND FINE.” LAB.C. § 5432(A).

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