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Forklift Accident at Work - St. Louis Workers Compensation Attorney

Workers in Missouri who have to operate such machinery are at great risk. Those who are employed in warehouses and other industrial workplaces commonly come in direct contact with forklifts, and all it takes is one small mistake to get injured. When that happens, Missouri workers have a way of covering their injuries. Common Forklift Injuries Forklifts are essential pieces of equipment in some industries. They are tasked with lifting or stacking fairly heavy loads, and realistically there is no other option of handling large cargo the same way. However, essential as they may be, in certain circumstances they can also be dangerous. Forklift accidents can happen when: A worker is directly hit by it; There are too many workers near the forklift’s area of activity; A malfunction causes the cargo to fall; An improperly secured cargo causes the forklift to tip or slope. These scenarios can often lead to the following injuries: Bruising Fractures Concussions or other head injuries Crush injuries Back or spine injuries What to Do If You Get Hurt Those who get hurt at their workplace in Missouri are generally eligible for workers compensation, which are insurance policies specifically designed to protect the employees in case they get injured as a direct result of their job. If you operate a forklift, get injured, and need to get medical treatment, then all the costs of your medical treatment will generally be covered by workers' compensation benefits. Additionally, if you are also required to miss time off work to recover, the benefits will also account for partial reimbursement of your lost wages. However, you should know that even if the insurance policy is taken with a private company, as a state-run program, there are some specific regulations you’ll need to follow to get compensated. It involves: Officially notifying your employer of your injury in writing; Seeing the doctor approved by your employer and insurance company; If you suspect there is something wrong with your claim, you have the right to appeal, but you have a 20-day window to do so. If the injury was severe and you get to call 911 and go to the emergency room, don’t worry. Workers compensation benefits will generally cover these costs as well. The only problem with your medical care is that you are required to seek treatment from the doctor chosen by the employer or the insurance company.

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Felix Mitzner lawyer 2019-10-15 18:07:04
Pennsylvania Car Crash Laws -101

Devastating car crashes occur far too often on Pennsylvania roads. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) reported around 15 crashes per hour in 2017, totaling 128,188. These crashes claimed the lives of 1,137 people and injured another 80,612 people, with at least three people dying each day. The economic loss due to traffic crashes was $1,414 to every Pennsylvania man, woman and child. If you or a loved one was injured in a car accident in Pennsylvania, you should understand the laws of our state that could impact your options for getting compensated for your losses. Consider the following laws regarding vehicle accidents in Pennsylvania: Statute of limitations – This is the deadline by which you must file a car crash lawsuit. In Pennsylvania, 42 Pennsylvania Code section 5524 says that "an action to recover damages for injuries to the person or for the death of an individual caused by the wrongful act or neglect or unlawful violence or negligence of another" must be brought within two years after the collision for filing a personal injury or property damage lawsuit. If you miss the two-year lawsuit filing deadline, the court will probably throw out your case, unless some rare exception applies to extend the deadline. There is a doctrine of tolling in Pennsylvania which means the statute of limitations may be tolled for circumstances such as the discovery rule. There is also a Minor’s Tolling Act in Pennsylvania. These complex areas of the law are where an attorney should be consulted. If a death is involved, this is figured from the date the victim died. If death is involved, the argument can be made that for both the wrongful death and survival action the statute of limitations is two years from the date of death; however, there is some law that for one of the actions, the statute of limitations may actually begin to run when the person was harmed, even though they may have died later. While there is recent Pennsylvania caselaw on the subject, we still like to use the earliest possible date. Comparative fault -- Pennsylvania has a “modified comparative fault” rule. This means your total damages award is reduced by whatever percentage of the fault of the accident the courts determine is yours. Juries will calculate two things based on the evidence: the total dollar amount of damages and the percentage of fault that belongs to each party. Under the modified comparative fault rule, the plaintiff's damages award is reduced by a percentage equal to that person’s share of fault. If you are found to be more than 50% at fault, you would receive no damages. Pennsylvania does not have a no-fault car insurance system. Pennsylvania does not have a no-fault car insurance law. However, first party benefits may be paid, to the extent that you purchase them, regardless of fault. Fair Share -- Pennsylvania has a Fair Share Act that limits the ability of the injured party to recover damages in full from defendants who are only partially at fault. Plaintiffs can recover damages in full from defendants who are at least 60 percent responsible, but those less than 60 percent responsible can be held liable only for their actual share of the total damages. This law has been challenged in the Courts. Damage caps -- Pennsylvania does not have damage caps in connection with automobile or truck collisions. Pennsylvania does have damage caps in connection with lawsuits against government entities and certain other areas. State laws limit, or “cap,” the amount of compensation you can recover when the defendant is a local or state government entity, such as a school district. Proving Liability In proving fault and liability for a crash, these elements are considered: Duty – Drivers have a duty to follow the laws and drive in a reasonable manner. Breach of Duty – Drivers breach this duty by driving negligently. Causation – The car collision is a factual cause of your harm. Damages – You have suffered damages as a result. What Does Compensation Cover? In Pennsylvania, compensated costs and losses for car crashes fall into two categories: economic damages and non-economic damages. Economic damages – expenses which can be objectively calculated, such as medical, hospital, therapy, and rehabilitation costs, costs of equipment such as wheelchairs, lost income, future lost income, property damage, and funeral and burial costs if a death is involved. Non-economic damages – may include pain and suffering, the loss of life’s pleasures prior to death, disfigurement, and the loss of a marital relationship (consortium). To make sure that you receive the most compensation possible under the law, it makes sense to consult an experienced Pennsylvania car collision attorney.

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Yates Hirschi lawyer 2019-10-14 17:13:12
Determining Percentage of Fault Aftert a St. Louis Car Accident

Missouri is a comparative fault state, which means the law recognizes a car accident doesn’t necessarily have just one culprit. As a result, each party that has contributed to the accident is given a percentage based on the level of their involvement in the incident. For instance, if one driver was using a smartphone while behind the wheel, and another made an illegal turn and hit them, then the blame is placed on both drivers. The one that made an illegal turn may be given a higher percentage because their actions directly caused the accident, but the victim gets partial responsibility too. If they were not using their phone, maybe they could have reacted in time and prevented the collision. The percentage of fault also determines how much compensation you can get. If you are given a 40% fault, then you will generally only be eligible for 60% compensation of total damages. However, if you feel the percentage you were given isn’t fair, don’t worry; you may be able to challenge it. Establish Disagreement Percentages are established based on the facts of the case at hand. For instance, if there is an accident and the police at the scene give you a ticket for speeding, then the other driver or insurance company may use it as a way to increase your percentage of guilt. Even without a ticket, insurance companies could investigate the matter and find something to hold on to. In either case, it’s important to make it known that you disagree with these statements. In the case of police tickets, you may need to fight the ticket, which means going to court and pleading not guilty. The state will then have to prove there was a violation, and you’ll have the chance to fight the accusation. If the insurance company is accusing you of something, you may need to send an official letter to them in which you clarify that you disagree with what they are saying. Additionally, you should offer some explanations to prove why they are wrong. Before doing anything, it’s best to first discuss the matter with a St. Louis car accident lawyer. You want to make a clear statement, and not give the insurance company any chance of misinterpreting your own words in their favor. The Benefits of Working with a Lawyer To challenge a fault percentage, it is best to reach out to an experienced car accident attorney and work with them. When someone is accusing you of something, you’ll need to provide sufficient evidence to prove that they are wrong, or at least show their evidence isn’t enough to support their claims. An experienced attorney can help you gather evidence, dismiss accusations, and negotiating with insurance companies.

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Blind Spot Car Accident - St Louis Auto Accident Attorney

It’s estimated that around 37% of two vehicle crashes are caused by blind spots, meaning one of the drivers was not able to see the vehicle driving next to them. 3 Ways to Prevent Blind Spot Accidents It’s estimated that around 37% of two vehicle crashes are caused by blind spots, meaning one of the drivers was not able to see the vehicle driving next to them. Blind spots are especially common in larger vehicles such as trucks because the mirrors can often not be able to capture the full view of the surroundings. When a vehicle enters this blind spot, it can be dangerous because the driver could potentially act as if they are the only one on the road, and directly crash with the car in the blind spot. Could these accidents be prevented? How to Avoid Blind Spot Accidents 1. Adjust Your Mirrors Improper mirror placement could potentially create additional blind spots. While it may not be possible to remove all of them, you can certainly make the blind spots smaller. Most drivers will position each side mirror in such a way to see the rear of the vehicle. However, it’s better to move the mirror to see the lane right next to you. That way you can move the vehicles driving up to you in time and not have to turn your head to check for oncoming cars when you want to make a turn. 2. Drive Carefully Next to Trucks Trucks and larger vehicles have bigger blind spots, so it’s important to be very careful when driving on the same road with them. For instance, driving right behind the truck, or right in front of it, will make your car practically invisible to the truck driver. It’s best to keep your distance. Check to see if you can spot your car in the truck’s mirrors. If you can’t, then the driver won’t be able to either. If you want to pass the truck, signal the driver before. They will let you know it’s okay to pass. If they don’t, then perhaps you are driving in a blind spot and they cannot see you. 3. Stay Alert A good part of these accidents can be completely avoided if the driver is always paying attention to their surroundings. Try to lower the number of potential distractions that could take your eyes off the road for even just a second. This will give you more time to react in case you need to, as you'll see any oncoming car in time. I Was in a Car Accident. What Next? If you’ve been the victim of a car accident, Missouri law says you may be entitled to compensation for your damages, including medical bills and property damage. To get compensated, you’ll have to file a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. To make sure you get properly compensated, reach out to a St. Louis car accident lawyer as soon as you can. They will represent your interests in all the matters with the insurance company and negotiate a fair settlement.

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Patrick Kowalskl lawyer 2019-10-12 16:45:09
Can You Get Workers Compensation for Choking at Work?

For instance, in Missouri you are generally not covered by workers comp while in transit to or from your place of employment, or if you leave the premises and are on a break. In Missouri, workers compensation laws look closely if the act you were performing while you got injured was "in the scope of the employment," meaning if it was part of your job or not. However, what if the employer serves you the food you choke on? When Workers Comp Doesn’t Apply If your employer instates mandatory lunch breaks and provides the food you and your coworkers eat at this time, you are still technically off the clock during the lunch break, meaning you are not acting in the scope of your job. Additionally, choking on food is generally not something your employer could prevent through safety measures. If, for instance, the chair you were sitting in would break, and you got a fracture as a result, then you may have a case, because it is your employer’s responsibility to make sure the environment is safe, including the one designed for lunch. However, if you choke on the food because you did not chew properly, and got a larger piece lodged in your throat, for instance, then your employer is generally not responsible. This scenario has actually happened in 2010 in Virginia when a worker filed for workers comp after choking on a quesadilla. The courts denied his claim because they ruled the choking could have happened anywhere, not just the place of employment. The case even mentioned the restaurant where the person worked would routinely ask them to taste the food so they know what to recommend the guests, and the courts still denied his claim. They believed the accident was caused by the worker’s own negligence (not chewing food properly) so the employer was not liable. The only way you may be eligible for workers comp is if there is something wrong with the food, and as a result, you choke on it. For instance, if a piece of plastic gets mixed with the food, and you unknowingly eat it, it can get stuck in your throat and cause damage. In this case, you may have grounds for workers comp, though the far more likely scenario would be a personal injury lawsuit or claim against those who cook the food like the catering service (unless the food is cooked in house by your employer.) What Should You Do? If you’re not sure if you have a case or not, reach out to a St. Louis workers comp lawyer for assistance. They can review your case and tell you if you have grounds to file a workers comp claim or even a lawsuit.

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Terrance Gwiriri lawyer 2019-10-12 16:42:54
Car crash risk factors to consider during the fall

Every year, many people in the U.S. welcome cooler temperatures, while some dread back-to-school season or seasonal changes related to their job. We know that the fall can be an exciting and tumultuous time of the year, but there are a number of auto accident risk factors to be aware of during this season. Whether you drive to work every day or are planning a road trip during the fall, there are many different possible hazards that you should be aware of. For starters, the fall months can bring chaotic weather to many parts of the country, such as strong winds that knock down power lines and scatter tree limbs across the road. Fall can also be much colder, and in certain parts of the country there may be ice on the roadway during this season. With many parents bringing their kids to school, there may a higher risk of auto collisions in the morning and afternoon—especially for parents who are struggling to adjust to a different schedule. In fact, there are other potential areas of concern that often go unnoticed. For example, some people struggle with allergies in the fall, which can affect their driving abilities (especially when it comes to drowsiness due to medication and symptoms that distract a driver from the road). Furthermore, some drivers may be more likely to cause an accident due to fewer daylight hours and driving in the dark. All seasons present a number of auto accident risk factors that drivers should watch out for. Sadly, some drivers are careless, and they should be held responsible.

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Terrance Gwiriri lawyer 2019-10-11 18:46:46
Commercial truck sideguards may reduce cyclist fatalities

In Washington State, cyclists and commercial trucks share the road. In urban areas, large trucks are particularly dangerous for cyclists. All semi-trucks have blind spots. In general, trucks have worse visibility than an average car. The blind spots, in addition to the large turning radius, large trucks are dangerous, particularly to those who are sharing the road. Sideguards may be the answer to bicyclist fatalities. According to Trucking Info, Seattle’s Department of Transportation has begun to use sideguards to increase bicyclist safety. Sideguards cover the open space between the front and rear wheels of a truck. During a collision, without these devices, there is no protection between the bicyclist and the truck’s tires. The U.S DOT Volpe Center considers the deadliest crashes to be between large trucks and bicyclists or pedestrians. During a crash, bicyclists fall into the space between the rear and front wheels. Almost half of all bicyclists who die in a collision with a semi-truck are involved in a collision with the side of the truck. Given a truck’s large turn radius, when turning, trucks may strike bicyclists in the next lane. Bicycles do not always have time to get out of the truck’s way, whereas trucks do not see the bicyclist due to the truck’s blind spot. Sideguard studies in the UK, Sweden, Australia and the Netherlands showed that sideguards could reduce injuries and fatalities. The UK mandates the use of sideguards. Since this mandate, cyclist fatalities dropped by at least 20%. None of the information presented is legal advice. It is for educational purposes only.

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John Uebler lawyer 2019-10-11 18:36:43
What do I do after an automobile accident?

It is no secret that getting into a car involves a certain risk of getting into a crash. Road accidents are frighteningly common both here in Washington and around the United States. In fact, according to the Association for Safe International Road Travel, nearly 37,000 people die in road crashes across the United States every year. Of course, not all road accidents are fatal. It is important to know what to do if you happen to be involved in a road accident in Washington state, no matter how serious the accident is. In any sort of accident, it is important to pull off to a safe area on the side of the road, along with any other vehicles who may have been involved in the accident. Do not admit any sort of fault where the accident is concerned. Particularly if certain parties involved in the crash are hostile or injured, it is very important to call 911. Even if nobody is injured and everybody has a cool head, it is important to contact the police in order to document the nature of the crash. It is better to not discuss the details of the accident with any other parties involved. The smartest course of action is to only speak with your insurance representative, medical professionals if necessary, and the police. You will also want to document the details of the accident on your own. Make sure to get the license plate number of other vehicles involved in the accident, but also the vehicle identification number and the insurance information of other drivers. Taking photographs of any damage is also a good idea. Having all of this information will help greatly in the aftermath of an accident.

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A hands-on attorney makes a difference

Many times, product liability lawsuits can arise out of a motorcycle accident. Manufacturers and sellers can be held liable for personal injury-related expenses, such as medical expenses, when a motorcyclist’s injuries are caused by or even worsened by defective motorcycle product and motorcycle protective gear. “A manufacturer, distributor, or retailer is liable in tort if a defect in the manufacture or design of its product causes injury while the product is being used in a reasonably foreseeable way.” (Soule v. GM Corp. (1994) 8 Cal.4th 548, 560 [34 Cal.Rptr.2d 607, 882 P.2d 298], internal citations omitted.) Often, motorcycle protective gear or motorcycle products can cause a motorcycle accident to occur or exacerbate injuries sustain due to motorcycle accident, such as faulty motorcycle tires, a defective motorcycle helmet, or a defective motorcycle jacket. Other motorcycle products can exacerbate a motorcyclist’s injuries in the event of an accident, such as a defective motorcycle helmet or motorcycle jacket. How Can A Product Be Defective? One way motorcycle products and motorcycle gear may be considered defective, is if the manufacturer that produces motorcycle products and gear fails to warn the consumer of a known risk in using their product, and/or fails to provide the consumer a warning label on the product. California Products Liability Lawsuits and Strict Liability Under California law, products liability lawsuits are considered as “strict liability“. Strict liability means that a Plaintiff does not have to show negligence on the part of the manufacturer or anyone in the chain of distribution to recover money damages due to the defective product. However, the Plaintiff must meet your burden of proof in order to recover monies for injuries sustained. A experienced Glendale motorcycle product liability attorney can help you recover money damages for personal injury sustained due to a defective motorcycle product, such as motorcycle helmet, motorcycle tires, motorcycle protective gear. “Strict liability has been invoked for three types of defects—manufacturing defects, design defects, and ‘warning defects,’ i.e., inadequate warnings or failures to warn.” (Anderson v. Owens- Corning Fiberglas Corp. (1991) 53 Cal.3d 987, 995 [281 Cal.Rptr. 528, 810 P.2d 549].) “A manufacturer is strictly liable in tort when an article he places on the market, knowing that it is to be used without inspection for defects, proves to have a defect that causes injury to a human being… The purpose of such liability is to insure that the costs of injuries resulting from defective products are borne by the manufacturers that put such products on the market rather than by the injured persons who are powerless to protect themselves.” (Greenman v. Yuba Power Products, Inc. (1963) 59 Cal.2d 57, 62—63 [27 Cal.Rptr. 697, 377 P.2d 897].) What is The Strict Liability Doctrine? “[T]he doctrine of strict liability may not be restricted on a theory of privity of contract. Since the doctrine applies even where the manufacturer has attempted to limit liability, they further make it clear that the doctrine may not be limited on the theory that no representation of safety is made to the bystander. [¶¶] If anything, bystanders should be entitled to greater protection than the consumer or user where injury to bystanders from the defect is reasonably foreseeable. Consumers and users, at least, have the opportunity to inspect for defects and to limit their purchases to articles manufactured by reputable manufacturers and sold by reputable retailers, whereas the bystander ordinarily has no such opportunities. In short, the bystander is in greater need of protection from defective products which are dangerous, and if any distinction should be made between bystanders and users, it should be made, contrary to the position of defendants, to extend greater liability in favor of the bystanders.” (Elmore v. American Motors Corp. (1969) 70 Cal.2d 578, 586 [75 Cal.Rptr. 652, 451 P.2d 84].) What Do You Need In Product Liability Lawsuits In California? In most, if not all motorcycle products liability cases, in order to not only strengthen your case, but prove your case, an expert witness testimony is required to prove that there was a manufacturing or design defect in a product. California Civil Jury Instructions (CACI) Series 1200 – Products Liability In California civil lawsuits, jurors are given jury instructions in order to help them determine whether the Defendant(s) should be held liable for injuries caused to the Plaintiff(s). A list of jury instructions can be found on the CACI Series 1200 Products Liability Section. Give us a call, and speak to a experienced motorcycle accident attorney and motorcycle product liability attorney in Glendale, CA. Our attorneys speak English, French, Spanish, Russian, Armenian, Hebrew, Farsi, and Arabic. KAASS LAW is authorized to practice law in California. The above content is intended for California residents only. This content provides only general information which may or may not reflect current legal developments. KAASS LAW expressly disclaims all liability in respect to actions taken or not taken based on any of the contents of this website. The above content DOES NOT create an attorney-client relationship. KAASS LAW does not represent you unless you have expressly retained KAASS LAW in person at the KAASS LAW office. 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Defective Motorcycle Gear & Product Liability Laws In California

Many times, product liability lawsuits can arise out of a motorcycle accident. Manufacturers and sellers can be held liable for personal injury-related expenses, such as medical expenses, when a motorcyclist’s injuries are caused by or even worsened by defective motorcycle product and motorcycle protective gear. “A manufacturer, distributor, or retailer is liable in tort if a defect in the manufacture or design of its product causes injury while the product is being used in a reasonably foreseeable way.” (Soule v. GM Corp. (1994) 8 Cal.4th 548, 560 [34 Cal.Rptr.2d 607, 882 P.2d 298], internal citations omitted.) Often, motorcycle protective gear or motorcycle products can cause a motorcycle accident to occur or exacerbate injuries sustain due to motorcycle accident, such as faulty motorcycle tires, a defective motorcycle helmet, or a defective motorcycle jacket. Other motorcycle products can exacerbate a motorcyclist’s injuries in the event of an accident, such as a defective motorcycle helmet or motorcycle jacket. How Can A Product Be Defective? One way motorcycle products and motorcycle gear may be considered defective, is if the manufacturer that produces motorcycle products and gear fails to warn the consumer of a known risk in using their product, and/or fails to provide the consumer a warning label on the product. California Products Liability Lawsuits and Strict Liability Under California law, products liability lawsuits are considered as “strict liability“. Strict liability means that a Plaintiff does not have to show negligence on the part of the manufacturer or anyone in the chain of distribution to recover money damages due to the defective product. However, the Plaintiff must meet your burden of proof in order to recover monies for injuries sustained. A experienced Glendale motorcycle product liability attorney can help you recover money damages for personal injury sustained due to a defective motorcycle product, such as motorcycle helmet, motorcycle tires, motorcycle protective gear. “Strict liability has been invoked for three types of defects—manufacturing defects, design defects, and ‘warning defects,’ i.e., inadequate warnings or failures to warn.” (Anderson v. Owens- Corning Fiberglas Corp. (1991) 53 Cal.3d 987, 995 [281 Cal.Rptr. 528, 810 P.2d 549].) “A manufacturer is strictly liable in tort when an article he places on the market, knowing that it is to be used without inspection for defects, proves to have a defect that causes injury to a human being… The purpose of such liability is to insure that the costs of injuries resulting from defective products are borne by the manufacturers that put such products on the market rather than by the injured persons who are powerless to protect themselves.” (Greenman v. Yuba Power Products, Inc. (1963) 59 Cal.2d 57, 62—63 [27 Cal.Rptr. 697, 377 P.2d 897].) What is The Strict Liability Doctrine? “[T]he doctrine of strict liability may not be restricted on a theory of privity of contract. Since the doctrine applies even where the manufacturer has attempted to limit liability, they further make it clear that the doctrine may not be limited on the theory that no representation of safety is made to the bystander. [¶¶] If anything, bystanders should be entitled to greater protection than the consumer or user where injury to bystanders from the defect is reasonably foreseeable. Consumers and users, at least, have the opportunity to inspect for defects and to limit their purchases to articles manufactured by reputable manufacturers and sold by reputable retailers, whereas the bystander ordinarily has no such opportunities. In short, the bystander is in greater need of protection from defective products which are dangerous, and if any distinction should be made between bystanders and users, it should be made, contrary to the position of defendants, to extend greater liability in favor of the bystanders.” (Elmore v. American Motors Corp. (1969) 70 Cal.2d 578, 586 [75 Cal.Rptr. 652, 451 P.2d 84].) What Do You Need In Product Liability Lawsuits In California? In most, if not all motorcycle products liability cases, in order to not only strengthen your case, but prove your case, an expert witness testimony is required to prove that there was a manufacturing or design defect in a product. California Civil Jury Instructions (CACI) Series 1200 – Products Liability In California civil lawsuits, jurors are given jury instructions in order to help them determine whether the Defendant(s) should be held liable for injuries caused to the Plaintiff(s). A list of jury instructions can be found on the CACI Series 1200 Products Liability Section. Give us a call, and speak to a experienced motorcycle accident attorney and motorcycle product liability attorney in Glendale, CA. Our attorneys speak English, French, Spanish, Russian, Armenian, Hebrew, Farsi, and Arabic. KAASS LAW is authorized to practice law in California. The above content is intended for California residents only. This content provides only general information which may or may not reflect current legal developments. KAASS LAW expressly disclaims all liability in respect to actions taken or not taken based on any of the contents of this website. The above content DOES NOT create an attorney-client relationship. KAASS LAW does not represent you unless you have expressly retained KAASS LAW in person at the KAASS LAW office. KAASS LAW helps clients in: Los Angeles, Burbank, Hollywood, Glendale, Van Nuys, North Hollywood, Studio City, Highland Park, Eagle Rock, Sunland, Tujunga, Sylmar, La Crescenta, La Canada, Beverly Hills, Westwood, Santa Monica, Brentwood. Pacoima, Montebello, Commerce, Alhambra, Downey, Bell, Maywood, Walnut Park, Vernon, Lynwood, Echo Park, Silverlake, Mission Hills, Northridge, Woodland Hills, Encino, Canoga Park, North Hills, Porter Ranch, Chatsworth, Reseda.

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