Knee injuries are a common occurrence in accidents. These injuries may range from minor scrapes and bruises to knee fractures, dislocations, and ligament tears that may require extensive medical attention and rehabilitation. The injured victim’s physical condition and age along with the severity of the knee injuries will determine how long it takes to recover […]
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Headlights of another vehicle coming directly at you from the opposite side when you are driving on a one-way road can be a nerve-wracking experience. Even highly experienced drivers may find themselves to be helpless in this situation and may fail to prevent a wrong-way accident. According to an AAA research study, wrong-way accidents can […]
Distracted driving, which primarily includes texting while driving is one of the more common causes of auto accidents in California and other parts of the country. Texting and driving can lead to life-threatening injuries or even the death of the victims in the event of an accident. The driver that hit you because they couldn’t […]
Defective tires are one of the major reasons for automobile accidents. Most drivers overlook the importance of periodically checking car tires. This essential component of a car can have a major impact on overall driving safety. Faulty tires can also result in accidents causing severe or fatal injuries. A personal injury attorney can help if […]
An estate plan should address all your personal, family, and business needs and expectations in the best possible way. There are several assets that need to be considered when you are focusing on building a more secure financial future through timely and prudent estate planning. As part of the plan, you should know what the […]
Thinking about the possibility of your parent’s death or incapacitation can be difficult to say the least. However, it is something you need to do, as it is the only way to ensure your parents’ wishes are carried out after their passing and their assets are managed, divided, and distributed as per their instructions. Talking […]
Creating an estate plan is without a doubt the best way to plan for the uncertainties in life, protect your assets, and provide for your loved ones. However, your estate plan should be flexible enough to be updated or revised as and when the circumstances change. Here are four useful tips to build flexibility into […]
As a new parent, taking care of your baby and catching a good night’s sleep (if possible) might be your top priorities. And during this season of your life, planning for your incapacitation or death is probably the last thing you want to think about. However, it is necessary to plan for these contingencies – […]
A transfer on death (TOD) deed is an estate planning device that allows you to pass on your real estate property to your loved ones in the event of your death. Introduced in California in 2016 through AB 139, TODs allow you to transfer real estate property to your beneficiaries without having to set up […]
The devastation to human life caused by the pandemic has forced many people – including young people – to think about what would happen to their family in case the unthinkable happens. As a result, people are rushing to create online wills, so that their assets are passed on to beneficiaries of their choosing in […]
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