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Angelo Felice Campano

Angelo Campano’s Legal Guides

26 total

  • Do not overlook the benefits of Med-Pay in an auto accident.

    Med-Pay (in some states its referred to as PIP (personal injury protection) is like having health insurance via your car insurance. It is something you can buy through your car insurance company that will help pay for medical bills if you are involved in an accident. Med-Pay is a...

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  • Car driver’s beware: California State law does not require bicycle riders to ride in the same direct

    In the recent California Appellate Court case of Micheal Spriesterbach v. Janice Holland, the Appellate Court held that there is no California State law that requires people riding bicycles to ride in the same direction as traffic. But, if the county or city laws require it, th...

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  • Victim of an internet scam? Here’s what you can do to help try and get your money back.

    Recently, I assisted a person in trying to recover money back after being misled via an advertisement on the internet. The person I helped saw an ad on the web for rental property. The ad looked tempting, in fact, a little too tempting. The ad was renting an 8 bedroom 5 bathroom...

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  • Victims of employment harassment/discrimination are not alone in proving their case.

    Me too evidence is a type of evidence used in employment cases. Typically, a victim of harassment/discrimination may come to learn that others have also been the victim of harassment/discrimination and will want to use that evidence to help them prove their case. That is where t...

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  • Do not go out on a limb when cutting a neighbor’s overhanging tree branches.

    Generally, in California, a landowner can cut branches of a neighbors tree if the branches overhang in his/her yard. But, the landowner cannot cut so much of the tree if it ends up damaging or destroying the neighbors tree. In a recent case, the Appellate Court added that the lan...

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  • An Employee refusing to sign a disciplinary memo can be fired and denied unemployment benefits.

    In many jobs, employers have written warnings or notices they give to employees who are believed to have violated a work rule. Typically, these warnings/notices have a place at the bottom where the employee is supposed to sign his/her name. Generally, it is so the employee cannot...

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  • Overtime for personal attendants?

    Overtime for personal attendants? A person hired to care for an elderly person is not entitled to overtime if that person is hired as a personal attendant. Overtime is earned if a person works in excess of 8 hours a day or more than 40 hours a week. A personal attendant is define...

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  • Witnesses are not always welcomed in the courtroom.

    In court, witnesses can help support a persons claims. Without a witness the case will boil down to the he said she said type case. When you have a witness, your chances of proving a point can increase; however, that increase depends on your witness backing up what you say. Idea...

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  • Help maybe on the way for business owners from negative online reviews.

    (written by Angelo F. Campano, owner/Campano Law Group, www.campanolaw.com)Is your name or business reputation important to you? Have you or your business been negatively criticized on line by someone? Been told there is nothing you can do to stop it from happening? Well, there m...

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  • Employers cannot change arbitration agreement after complaint made by employee.

    In a recent case, the California Appellate Court ruled that an arbitation agreement between an employer and employee cannot be modified after the employer believes the employer may file a lawsuit, even if the arbitration agreement expressly allows the employer to modify the arb...

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