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UPS Teamster Legal Benefits 101

Wednesday, 01 February 2017 by
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With years of experience working with Teamsters, our firm has acquired a wealth of knowledge and tips that many UPS employees find helpful. Teamsters are often surprised to learn how many services their legal benefits actually cover. From Real Estate, to Administrative, to Financial, to Domestic, to Traffic/Criminal, and Civil Law, Teamsters have a variety

rain car accident

Heavy rainstorms in Southern California have spiked a severe increase in freeway car accidents over the weekend. The storm, which forecasters said was the strongest in several years, set rainfall records on Sunday and caused widespread flooding after several hours of sustained, pouring rain. The influx of rain caused hundreds of car accidents, clogging up several Los Angeles and

legal traps for gun owners

1. Firearm Violations In Motor Vehicles: This is probably the number one reason why otherwise law-abiding California gun owners are arrested. First, you must make certain all firearms carried in motor vehicles are unloaded; this means you should personally make certain that the firing chamber, cylinder, fixed magazine or any detachable magazine attached to the

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FRANKLIN, Miss. – A UPS driver is being hailed as a hero after helping to save a Missouri woman who’d been beaten and held captive by her husband for over 15 hours. Franklin County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant T.J. Wild told KMOV the driver “made a huge difference” in the case, which unfolded Tuesday after he was called to

UPS strike

Aircraft maintenance workers at United Parcel Service have voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike, a move that could wreak havoc with shipments. Employees of Teamsters Local 2727 announced Monday that they voted to authorize the action after three years of negotiations, during which UPS has continued to demand health care concessions and a major increase in retiree

4 Tips to Reduce Legal Risks on Social Media

Wednesday, 02 November 2016 by
Social Media Legal Risks

With a new millennium, new marketing and communication techniques are continually emerging. Flashy websites, although still necessary, are now taking a backseat to social media marketing outlets like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.  Various businesses realize that with limited capital, it’s imperative to select the marketing method that will produce the maximum response. The instant connectivity on social media

dog saved from being euthanized

CORONA , Calif. – Attorney Jorge Lopez of Jorgensen & Salberg helped save two dogs from being wrongfully euthanized this week by arguing that the dogs were unlawfully seized under the Fourth Amendment. M. Chmura., 36, Corona, is the owner of a yellow Labrador and a Pitbull puppy, neither of which have a violent or aggressive

drones

As technology rapidly advances, laws on its official use struggle to keep up. Recently, new questions of legality have been raised concerning the police use of camera-equipped drones. Law enforcement agencies across the U.S. are exploring the use of drones for surveillance purposes, including search-and-rescue efforts, monitoring traffic accidents, and more. As government use of aerial

alimony

Family law attorneys can agree that one of the most frequently asked questions throughout divorce cases is, “Will I have to pay alimony?” For those not familiar with the term, alimony refers to court-ordered spousal support. Many people wonder how spousal support is calculated and how long it lasts. This is where the marital standard

Merrell Motorcycle accident

May 7, 2016 – A motorcyclist remains in the hospital with traumatic injuries after being struck by a Ford F150 on Highway 74 in Homeland, CA. The violent collision occurred at 4:14 AM, west of Juniper Flats Road. The rider, identified as 46-year-old Jason Merrell, was heading to work at his job with UPS in

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