LEGAL CONNECTION NEWSLETTER

October 2020 - Issue 26
The Legal Connection Newsletter brings legal news, case results, and stories about our law firm to your email inbox every month.  For more information about the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth or if you have a legal case, call us at 888-517-9888 or visit our website.
 

Listen to the San Gabriel Valley Master Key Podcast, Available Now!

Attorney Scott Warmuth will be co-hosting the new SGV Master Key podcast! The show features the people and business that make the San Gabriel Valley great. New episodes released weekly, beginning October 5 with 55th State Assembly District member Andrew Rodriguez. Available on Apple PodcastsSpotify, and YouTube!

Visit the San Gabriel Master Key Podcast website for more details.

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Common Questions in Workers’ Comp Cases
Part 4 – Money

Becoming injured at work can place significant physical, emotional, and financial stress on any worker. The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth understands that it can sometimes be difficult to discuss the financial impact of a work injury. We answer some of the most common questions injured workers have about the financial impact of their workers' compensation case.

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Prop 213 - Why You Need Liability Car Insurance

The Personal Responsibility Act of 1996, more commonly known as Proposition 213, was a ballot proposition in 1996 that would prevent certain drivers from recovering financial damages in the result of a car crash.  The proposition passed easily and has been California law since its passage.  Prop 213 prevents the recovery of all damages for convicted felons who were injured either during the commission of the felony or fleeing after the commission of a felony, prevents the recovery of non-economic damages for any driver convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) after the fact, and prevents the recovery of non-economic damages for uninsured drivers.  Uninsured drivers injured as the result of a collision with a driver convicted of DUI after the fact are exempt.

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National Voter Registration Day

For more than 35 years, the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth as been helping immigrants to the United States live and work in the country legally.  We have helped thousands of immigrants from all over the world obtain their green cards and pursue U.S. citizenship.  One of the most important benefits U.S. citizenship confers is the right to vote.

September 22 was National Voter Registration day.  U.S. citizens, whether natural born or naturalized, who will be 18 years old by Election Day (Tuesday, November 3rd) are encouraged to register to vote!  It is one of the most important civic duties a United States citizen can perform!

Register to vote in California here!

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Since 1984, the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth has been helping its clients achieve their legal goals.  We have offices in San Gabriel, City of Industry, Beijing, Guangzhou, Riverside, San Diego, Bakersfield, Sacramento, and San Jose.  Our attorneys are dedicated to the practice areas of car accidentspersonal injury, immigration, workers' compensation, social security, disabilitycriminal defense, employment law, and intellectual property.  Call us at 888-517-9888 to receive a free legal consultation.
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Making a false or fraudulent workers’ compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.