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August 11, 2023 | Tips & Information

Caring for the Aging: Shopping for Nursing Homes in Bakersfield

When most people hit retirement age, they’re thinking about things like leaving the daily grind of their career behind them, spending time with grandchildren, and traveling. Finding and affording a …

August 9, 2023 | Tips & Information, News & Media

Health Experts: Increased Risk For Valley Fever Looms In Kern County, Southwest United States (Steps To Reduce Threat)

Health officials are cautioning residents across California, especially in Kern County, as a potential increased risk for Valley Fever looms. Thousands of people across the southwestern United States are at …

August 8, 2023 | Tips & Information

Why Choose a Local Law Firm Over an L.A. or National Firm?

We’ll admit it: Los Angeles has some things over Bakersfield and Kern County. We don’t have Hollywood, beaches, the Lakers, or the Dodgers. And sometimes a big-city business is the …

August 8, 2023 | Tips & Information

Peace of Mind for the Golden Years: Planning Ahead for Long-Term Care

Although life expectancy in the U.S. declined in 2020 and 2021—a drop largely fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic—the Social Security Administration (SSA) still reports that U.S. residents hitting retirement age …

August 2, 2023 | Tips & Information, News & Media

Employee’s Heat Exhaustion At Local Store Raises Concerns Over Worker Safety and Employer Responsibility (Attorney Beatriz Trejo On KGET-17 News)

A woman suffered heat exhaustion after working at a 99 Cents Only Store in Bakersfield that had been without air conditioning for nearly four months, KGET-17 news reported, calling into …

July 26, 2023 | Tips & Information

List: The Deadliest New Cars On The Road, And The Least Deadly

New American muscle cars with high horsepower and a hot rod image rank among the deadliest vehicles on the road for their own drivers, and for people in other vehicles, …

July 20, 2023 | Tips & Information

California Comparative Negligence: Assigning Fault in Personal Injury Cases

It’s normal to feel bothered when you witness something unfair. Even from a very young age, most human beings develop a sense of fair play. We divide the cookies evenly …

July 18, 2023 | Tips & Information

Injury Prevention in the Workplace: Staying Safe Is Better for Everyone

California law (Section 3700 of the California Labor Code) requires all employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance pays financial benefits to employees injured at work or with …

July 12, 2023 | At the Firm, Tips & Information

If You’re Local And You’ve Been Injured, Hire A Local Injury Lawyer (Plus: Local Lawyer Toolkit)

L.A. law firms claim they can help you but can actually make your case and your life much worse. That’s our message to Kern County that you may have seen …

July 11, 2023 | Tips & Information

Understanding California’s Car Accident Insurance Claims Process

The screech of tires skidding across asphalt, the crunch of a collision, a rush of adrenaline, checking to see if everyone is okay: Car accidents are undoubtedly traumatic enough all …

July 6, 2023 | Tips & Information

Car Accident Prevention: Staying Safe on California Roads

It doesn’t matter what type of car accident you’re in—any collision between motor vehicles can cause property damage, injuries, and fatalities. Even if there aren’t any injuries involved, the shock …

July 5, 2023 | Tips & Information, News & Media

New Study: Slower Speeds On Major Roads Could Help Reduce Rising Pedestrian Deaths

Pedestrian deaths in the United States have been rising in recent years, and a new study suggests that slower speeds on major arterial roads could help reduce these deaths. The …

June 28, 2023 | Awards & Recognition, Community Service, News & Media

MADD Kern County Recognizes Law Enforcement, Community Efforts In Combating Impaired Driving

Impaired driving continues to be a leading cause of death and injuries in the United States, but law enforcement officers, prosecutors, and community members fight every day toward making our …

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