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Strategies to Protect and Manage Your Personal Injury Settlement

By Garmo & Garmo LLP |

Personal injury or loss due to negligence on another’s part can lead to emotional, physical, and financial damages for you. In the aftermath of such an incident, loss of earnings and huge debts could incur. In case you are pursuing a personal injury claim through a La Mesa, California attorney or have already collected… Read More »

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Can Returning to Work Too Soon Hurt Your Personal Injury Claim?

By Garmo & Garmo, LLP |

People involved in a car crash often wonder when they will be able to return to work. Financial needs or the desire to go back to normalcy are typically the main motivations. Many victims resume work too quickly as they are concerned about their employer or colleagues judging them for taking time off work… Read More »

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What Happens if an Injury Victim Passes Away While Pursuing a Personal Injury Claim?

By Garmo & Garmo |

Sometimes an accident that causes personal injury initially can end up with the victim passing away. In such situations, California law permits both a personal injury action by the injured individual while they are alive and a wrongful death action by the heirs after death from the accident. Under California law, a wrongful death… Read More »

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Can Auto Repair Shops Be Liable for a Car Accident?

By Garmo & Garmo, LLP |

If you are involved in an automobile crash due to poor vehicle maintenance or repairs, the auto repair shop or mechanic may be liable. This means that the repair shop’s insurer may be responsible for providing compensatory damages for your medical expenses, car damage, pain and suffering, lost income, and more. These kinds of… Read More »

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Can You Still Get Compensation for a Car Accident if You Were Not Wearing a Seat Belt?

By Garmo & Garmo |

When you get into a vehicle, the safest thing that you can do is wear a seat belt. Upon choosing not to wear your seat belt, you put yourself at risk in the instance a crash occurs. If you are involved in a vehicle wreck while not wearing your seat belt, you might be… Read More »

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The Dangers of E-bike Accidents

By Garmo & Garmo, LLP |

A primary feature of electric bikes is that they have specialized motors that offer a power boost. Due to this, the rider does not have to pedal as vigorously to keep moving. These bikes usually offer smoother rides, faster speeds, and warrant less work and effort from the rider. In general, e-bike crashes can… Read More »

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California Proposition 19: How it Will Affect Family Property Transfers and Estate Planning

By Garmo & Garmo |

The narrow passage of Proposition 19 in the November election creates significant changes to the property tax assessment rules for California parents (and grandparents of parents are deceased) who want to transfer ownership of real estate property to their children or grandchildren. These changes, which take effect on February 16, 2021, will make the… Read More »

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What is the Worst Type of Car Accident?

By Garmo & Garmo, LLP |

Nearly 40,000 people lose their lives to car accidents every year, besides countless others who sustain severe injuries in these collisions. Vehicle accidents are a leading cause of death in the US and have significant destructive potential when it comes to harming people and property. Some types of car accidents are well-known for the… Read More »

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Will Foreign Students Have to Leave the U.S. If their Universities Switch to Online Learning?

By Garmo & Garmo |

According to data from the Department of Homeland Security, more than 1.1 million foreign students currently have active student visas. The coronavirus pandemic forced most colleges and universities to switch to online learning (at least in part) in the Spring, and those plans might continue in the Fall.  The U.S. government has come out with several… Read More »

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Who Will Be Most Impacted by President Trump’s Order Suspending Four Visa Categories?

By Garmo & Garmo |

On June 22, President Donald Trump signed a proclamation that suspends the entry into the United States of nonimmigrants who “present a risk to the labor market” during the economic recovery that follows the COVID-19 outbreak. While this is meant to be a temporary suspension of certain types of visas, the impact of the decision is… Read More »

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Garmo & Garmo, LLP office update (January 4, 2021)

Garmo & Garmo, LLP’s physical office is open to assist you with your legal needs.  We are following the strict guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), State of California and County of San Diego.  Unless necessary, in-person meetings will not be held in our office.  Our office can conduct phone meetings or video meetings with clients/visitors.  Please note the local San Diego courts are open for most business operations. 

Please consider the following if you must come to our physical office:

  1. All clients/visitors must wear facial coverings at all times while in our office.
  2. All clients/visitors must practice social distancing while in our office.  This includes maintaining a minimum of six feet from our staff and others.
  3. For the safety of our staff and others, all sick clients/visitors may not enter our office.
  4. All clients/visitors will have their temperature taken when they enter our office.
  5. Please do not enter our office if you have any of the following symptoms:

    • Fever or chills
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath
    • Fatigue
    • Muscle or body aches
    • Headache
    • New loss of taste or smell
    • Sore throat
    • Congestion or runny nose
    • Nausea or vomiting
    • Diarrhea

We are closely monitoring the latest advisories from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), State of California, County of San Diego and the local court system. We will update our policies as we receive new information.

We appreciate your patience and confidence in Garmo & Garmo, LLP’s ability to serve you.