Medi-Cal for Undocumented Individuals in California

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Undocumented individuals in California face many challenges, including limited access to healthcare. However, under certain circumstances, undocumented individuals may be eligible for Medi-Cal benefits, California’s healthcare program for low-income residents. In this blog, we’ll discuss how undocumented individuals in California can be eligible for Medi-Cal benefits. What is Medi-Cal? Medi-Cal is California’s version of the…

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SUMMARY OF CALIFORNIA’S FAMILY RIGHTS LAW AS OF 2023

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The California Family Rights Act (CFRA) is a state law that entitles certain employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave per year to care for themselves or a family member with a serious health condition. This law can be a lifesaver for employees who need time off to care for a…

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What to do if You’re in an Auto Accident

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Being involved in an auto accident can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. It’s important to know what steps to take if you are involved in an accident in California. Here is a guide to help you know what to do if you are in an auto accident in California. 1. Stop Your Vehicle and…

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AB60 Driver’s License for Undocumented Immigrants

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In 2015, California became the tenth state in the United States to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver’s license through Assembly Bill 60 (AB 60). AB 60 was passed to increase public safety on California roads by ensuring that all drivers have passed a driving test and have auto insurance, regardless of their immigration…

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The Rights of Undocumented Workers: What You Need to Know About California’s Workers’ Compensation Benefits

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The right to workers’ compensation is an important one, and it applies to all workers, regardless of their immigration status. In the state of California, undocumented workers are entitled to the same workers’ compensation benefits as any other employee. Under California state law, all employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. This means that…

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A Summary of California Workers’ Compensation Insurance for Employees Injured on the Job

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An employee who suffers a work-related illness or injury is covered by workers’ compensation insurance. Almost all California employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance protects both employees and employers in case of work-related injuries or illnesses. The California Workers’ Compensation System Workers’ compensation was established in 1911 in order to…

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August 26, 2020- Delayed Mail Across the Nation

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Delayed Mail Across the Nation There have been several articles on the web that verbalize the rising number of complaints regarding slowdowns with the delivery of mail by the Postal Service. Our office has firsthand seen how mail has been delayed recently. Delayed mail is not a good thing for many of our clients, as…

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July 27, 2020- Remember Essential Workers

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Remember Essential Workers Essential workers are risking their lives every single day to keep our community and economy moving. Millions of essential workers are counting on the state legislature to act quickly to pass new protections as COVID-19 cases spike across California, with the rebuttable presumption enacted by Governor Newsom having expired on July 5…

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July 13, 2020- Updated Stay-at-Home Order

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California Governor Newsom Orders New Statewide Closures Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered several sectors to once again shut down Monday amid an increasingly concerning coronavirus surge. The state has more than 320,000 COVID-19 cases and more than 7,000 deaths. “This continues to be a deadly disease,” Newsom emphasized Monday. Bars, both indoor and outdoor, will be…

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July 1, 2020- COVID-19 News in California

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Effective immediately, Gov. Newsom orders indoor restaurants, wineries, movie theaters and more to close in most of California. Effective immediately, California is instructing certain sectors to close indoor operations for all counties that have been on the state’s watch list for three consecutive days. The affected sectors are: restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, family entertainment centers,…

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