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The Most Dangerous Driving Season Tips to Stay Safe

The Most Dangerous Driving Season: Tips to Stay Safe

By Castillo & Associates |

Holidays are typically associated with more car accidents than non-holiday periods, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In fact, Memorial Day to Labor Day is often referred to as the “one hundred deadliest days” of the year, as most auto accidents and fatalities occur during this period, particularly for teenage drivers…. Read More »

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How to maximize my workers' compensation settlement in California

How to maximize my workers’ compensation settlement in California?

By Castillo & Associates |

Work injuries can result in expensive medical bills, lost work time, and stress about paying for living expenses. In case of injury, workers have a legal right to certain benefits provided by employers through workers’ compensation policies. Although workers’ compensation claims can be complex, there are some things you can do to improve the… Read More »

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What is Consular Processing?

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To live in the United States as a lawful permanent resident, you must have an approved visa petition. Upon the approval of an immigrant petition, there are two ways in which you can apply for legal permanent resident status, more commonly referred to as a green card in the US. An adjustment of status… Read More »

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Applying for Residency in The US as An EU citizen

Applying for Residency in The US as An EU citizen

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Tens of millions of immigrants have made the US their home; every year, more plan to move here. For EU citizens looking to move to America, there are several avenues to obtaining residency. Individuals coming to the US from Europe as EU citizens either to travel, seek medical treatment, or for business meetings and… Read More »

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Workers Compensation Employers Aware of Dangerous Work Conditions

Workers Compensation: Employers Aware of Dangerous Work Conditions

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Labor laws in California are extensive and comprehensive, intended to protect all employees from discrimination, harassment, and unsafe working conditions while upholding and enforcing employee rights. Under the CA labor codes, workers’ compensation claims allow employees to seek compensation for work-related injuries. Employers are required to supply workers’ compensation benefits under CA Labor Code… Read More »

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Safe Driving Tips For and Around Recreational Vehicles

Safe Driving Tips For and Around Recreational Vehicles

By Castillo & Associates |

California has some of the busiest roads in the nation. There are many beautiful sites to see while driving alongside a seaside roadway. Many tourists flock to California and take the drive just for the stunning views. At times the views compete with one of the nation’s most notorious traffic congestions. These factors contribute… Read More »

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Immigration Options for Victims of Domestic Violence

Immigration Options for Victims of Domestic Violence

By Castillo & Associates |

An application for permanent residency based on family requires spousal support or the support of a parent or child who is a US citizen or a legal permanent resident (LPR). However, what about those sponsors, partners, or spouses who are abusive, violent, threatening, and all-around tormenting? Domestic violence is not a new problem, but… Read More »

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You've Been in a California Car Accident with an Uninsured Driver

You’ve Been in a California Car Accident with an Uninsured Driver

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San Bernardino County saw 16,123 injuries or fatalities in vehicle accidents in 2019, increasing 6% over the previous year and 35% from 2010. With collisions on the rise, it is essential to maintain your motorist insurance and know what to do in the event of an accident, particularly one involving an uninsured at-fault driver…. Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation

Can I File Workers’ Comp Claim Against a Previous Employer?

By Castillo & Associates |

It’s not uncommon for people to be injured while working for an employer, leave the job,  and then for the symptoms to manifest. Another common scenario also happens when a person felt effects while still working with their employer but weren’t diagnosed until they were already working at a new place. Can a person… Read More »

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Safe Driving Tips for 2022 Summer Road Trips

Safe Driving Tips for 2022 Summer Road Trips

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As the weather heats up and the school year draws to an end, the summer season is upon us. During this time many people opt for a vacation away from their home which could come in the form of visiting friends or family members who do not live nearby for a long weekend getaway… 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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