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What Are My Rights as a Car Insurance Policyholder in California?

When you purchase an insurance policy, you are granted rights as a policyholder. California has more laws to protect insurance policyholders than any other state in the U.S. Your insurance company must comply with these laws when you file a claim. The…

Peter Pan Seafood, Inc. Computer Systems Disabled for Extortion in Data Breach

NOTICE: If you are a current or former employee of Peter Pan Seafoods, Inc. and received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH, contact the Arnold Law Firm at (916) 777-7777 On December 12, 2020, food distributor Peter Pan Seafoods, Inc. (Peter Pan) discovered that…

T-Mobile Sees Second Data Breach of 2020, Fourth in Three Years

On December 30, 2020, wireless network operator T-Mobile began notifying affected customers of a data security incident – the company’s second data breach in 2020. The telecom giant discovered malicious, unauthorized access to information related to customer…

Is Eyewitness Testimony Important for a Car Accident Claim?

When a vehicle collision occurs, both parties may attempt to prove a lack of fault. In these cases, a neutral, third-party eyewitness may help establish the facts of the case. Who Can be an Eyewitness? An eyewitness can be anyone who was present at…

What is the Difference Between a Verdict and a Settlement?

The main difference between a verdict and a settlement is that one involves a jury trial and the other relies on both parties reaching an agreement outside of court. The car accident attorneys in Sacramento at the Arnold Law Firm have recovered compensation…

Belden, Inc. Data Breach Exposed Personal Information of Current and Former Employees, Business Partners

NOTICE: If you are a business partner or a current or former employee of Belden, Inc. and received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH, contact the Arnold Law Firm at (916) 777-7777. On November 24, 2020, global network device manufacturer Belden, Inc. (Belden)…

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against iCanvas After Data Breach

Plaintiff William Riggs of Florida filed a class-action lawsuit accusing Kroto, Inc., d/b/a iCanvas, of exposing his personal data and payment card information, along with thousands of other online customers. Unauthorized script on the art retailer’s…

Long & Foster Companies, Inc. Data Breach Compromised Sensitive Client Information

NOTICE: If you are a client, contractor, or employee of Long & Foster Companies, Inc. or one of its subsidiaries and received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH, contact the Arnold Law Firm at (916) 777-7777. On August 22, 2020, real estate firm Long & Foster Companies,…

How Outstanding Debt May Affect a Personal Injury Settlement

Californians tend to carry significant debt. According to the Federal Reserve Board of New York, the 2019 average debt for California residents was $73,400, including auto loans, credit cards, mortgages, and student loans. Debt can impact many parts…

Morgan Stanley Class Action Data Breach Lawsuit Filed

Plaintiffs Sylvia Tillman, Amresh Jaijee, Vivian Yates, Richard Gamen, and Cheryl Gamen filed a class-action lawsuit accusing Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, LLC, of failing to properly safeguard their personal information on behalf of all other similarly-situated…

Spotify Data Breach May Have Exposed Usernames, Emails and Passwords

NOTICE: If you are a Spotify user, reside in California, and received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH, contact the Arnold Law Firm at (916) 777-7777 On December 9, 2020, popular music streaming service Spotify notified an undisclosed number of users that their…

Can Injury Victims Change Their Attorney in the Middle of a Claim?

If you are unhappy with your personal injury claim representation, you may be wondering if you can drop your current attorney and find one who will be a better fit for you. Dealing with injury recovery is challenging on its own. Hiring the wrong attorney…