Attorney Juan Gainza and his son were part of the 7th Annual Autism in Flight event this week! ✈️ Such a fabulous opportunity for our children to experience the airport and travel process from check-in to @TSA screenings - and even an airplane ride on the tarmac! We are so thankful to @jetblue & their commitment to children with autism! 💙
Having a Will gives you the solace of realizing that your estate and assets will be allocated accordingly to your wishes.
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One out of ten traffic victim is a #PEDESTRIAN . Be alert when it's dark outside and make sure drivers can see you. If you or your loved one gets involved in an accident, Kalsi & Associates #personalinjurylawyers can get you the fair compensation for your injuries. We offer a FREE consultation. Call us today at 1-844-905-2993 or visit www.kalsilaw.com.
Plan on heading out on a long motorcycle ride this summer?
We recommend you become familiar with helmet laws in the states you plan on spending some time in.
There are currently 4 states that do not have their own motorcycle helmet law. These are Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, and New Hampshire.
Of the other 46 states, 20 of them follow full helmet law for all riders in their territory to follow. They are Alabama, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia. But each of these states’ motorcycle helmet laws may have different definitions on what constitutes a safety helmet.
In the other remaining states, 19 have helmet laws that exempt adult riders. These are usually those riders who are 18 years old and over. These are the states of Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
There are seven states that require adult bikers at the ages of 18 and 20 to still wear helmets while riding their motorcycles. These states are Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Texas.
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1 1423 May, 2019
This Memorial Day weekend, please make safe travel a priority!
The National Safety Council estimates that over 400 people will sustain fatal injuries over Memorial Day weekend. Here are some safe travel tips to keep in mind:
-Avoid peak travel times - like Friday afternoon.
-Give yourself plenty of time to get to your destination. Plan for heavy and slow New Jersey traffic. -Take breaks. There are plenty of places to rest or site-see in New Jersey! -Always have a designated driver. Please make sure you and your family get home safely after holiday parties.
Vlasac & Shmaruk, Attorneys are committed to making it easy to file your motor vehicle accident claim. We will deal with insurance companies, so you don't have to! Please schedule a free consultation with us today.
With advances in car technology and smartphones, driving distracted is easy, but still very dangerous and far too common. If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident involving a distracted driver, don’t panic. Give us a call. We will help you every step of the way.
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Fractional ownership can be a difficult dynamic to manage. It is always best to let a real estate professional help guide you and parties through this process successfully.
To learn more about the legal implications in a fractional ownership transaction contact us today (See link in bio).⠀⠀
1 3722 May, 2019
Lawyers and paralegals are not the only staffers crucial to a high volume law firm's operations. Meet Intake Specialist Shakeena Lubin. She evaluates each potential client inquiry and gathers data to determine the best course of action to help the caller. Since going paperless, potential clients are no longer required to drive to our office, sit in a waiting room to fill out a long questionnaire. Instead, clients are able to sign documents on their phone as they videochat with us in the comfort of their home. Aside from being gentler to the Earth, we hope that our paperless solution provides our clients with a more pleasant onboarding experience.
#CMSpotlight : Say hello to Beatrice, San Antonio native and our awesome social security disability case manager. Her department's job is to help clients get their social security disability benefits and regain their independence, personally and financially.
What she really loves about her job is the team she works with and being at a firm that really focuses on clients and one-on-one communication to build deeper relationships. If she could describe Chris Mayo Law Firm in one word, it would be "helpful" because, at our core, we aim to help people regain control of their lives.
In her free time, Beatrice loves shopping for shoes and chasing around her two kids. If she could eat one food for the rest of her life, it would be chicken parmesan. Appreciate your hard work, Beatrice!👏🏼