Month: July 2019

Negligence Law

California Negligence Laws

Any personal injury case in California is going to deal with the issue of negligence. This guide will help you understand the legal meaning of negligence and how it plays out in California law. What is Negligence? California law considers negligence to be the failure to use reasonable care to prevent harm to oneself or […]

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Wills and Testaments Law

Wills Law in the State of California

This introductory guide briefly discusses the law that surrounds wills and testaments in the state of California. When it comes to laws concerning the signing, writing, and enforcement of wills, there is a general consensus between the majority of the United States. As such, California is no different, sharing the majority of its wills laws […]

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Workers Compensation Law

California Workers Compensation Law

All employers in California must purchase workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. Therefore, if you are in legal employment, you have coverage.  No-Fault, No Problem The coverage you receive as part of the California Workers Compensation law is a no-fault system. In a no-fault system, you do not have to place the fault of the […]

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Divorce Law

California Divorce Law

This introductory guide is designed to help you navigate your way through the legal separation process in California. Divorce and legal separations can often be complicated and draining processes. Along with the emotional upheaval they bring, you also have to consider family, finances, living arrangements, and property distribution. However, if you take the time to […]

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Car Accident Law

California Law: Car Accident Compensation

Californian cities are infamous for having high-density traffic congestion. As a result, accidents are a common occurrence. So, anyone who drives regularly in the golden state needs to be familiar with California car accident compensation laws.  As with many other states, California has an “at fault” system for insurance claims. In other words, the driver […]

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