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Shell Oil Accused of Charging Debit Card Fees at Gas Stations Using Deceptive Practices

NOTICE: If you are a resident of California and made a gasoline purchase from Shell Oil using your debit card within the past five years, contact the Arnold Law Firm at (916) 777-7777 As gasoline prices increase, consumers look for ways to reduce costs, including seeking out gas stations that offer a discounted price for not […]

Anderson Berry to Speak at NetDiligence Summit

On October 6, 2020, attorney Anderson Berry will be a speaker for the NetDiligence Cyber Risk Virtual Fall Summit. He is scheduled as a panelist for the Private Causes of Action under CCPA session. The popular NetDiligence online event features more than 90 industry-leading speakers and focuses on emerging trends in today’s ever-changing cyber landscape. […]

No-Notice Property Insurance Wildfire Cancellations

NOTICE: If your homeowner’s or renter’s insurance for property located in California was cancelled without notice, contact the Arnold Law Firm at (916) 777-7777. According to the California Department of Insurance, hundreds of thousands of homeowners in high fire-risk areas are suddenly losing their insurance in response to widespread wildfire damage in recent years. Some […]

Did Your COVID-19 Test Include Additional Procedures?

NOTICE: If you were tested for COVID-19 and received or were billed for additional or unnecessary tests, you may be a victim of fraud. Contact the Arnold Law Firm at (916) 777-7777 for a confidential evaluation. A new coronavirus fraud scheme has emerged that works like this: You think you may have been exposed to or […]

Who May be Held Liable for Identity Theft?

In our technology-dependent world, identity theft is an ever-present risk for all of us. If you have done any online shopping, used a credit card to buy something, or have information stored in an employer database or server, you could be a victim. If this happens to you, it is important to contact an experienced […]

How to Avoid Identity Theft and What to do if You are a Victim

There have been many large data breaches over the last several years, exposing consumer credit card numbers, banking information, and even Social Security numbers. Despite the efforts of corporations to protect data, hackers still find ways to break through and obtain information, sometimes putting it up for sale on the dark web. With the prevalence […]

Why You Should Check for a Data Breach

Data breaches and cybersecurity are a growing concern. Today’s world brings technology into almost every aspect of our daily lives – from smart devices that run our sprinkler systems to routine credit card purchases – making us vulnerable to theft or misuse of our personal information. Very vulnerable. A data hacking incident occurs every 39 […]

Fatal Apartment Stairwell Collapse Prompts Premises Liability Lawsuit

A San Francisco family has filed a premises liability lawsuit over the death of their only son who perished after a staircase collapsed in a Folsom apartment complex last July. The victims family claims the tragic death of their beloved son could have been prevented had the property owner not ignored the staircases disrepair, something […]

Preparing For a Deposition

Thorough preparation is essential for delivering a good deposition. Opposing counsel may try to provoke you, but it is important that you remain cool, calm and collected. Deposition preparation will help you maintain your composure and deliver proper testimony despite the pressure you may be feeling. Before your deposition: Try to get quality sleep the […]

Arnold Law Firm Participates in 8th Annual Walk for Brain Injury

The Brain Injury Association of California hosted its 8th annual Walk for Brain Injury on March 22, 2015. BIACL is a non-profit organization that provides education materials and resources for individuals and families affected by traumatic brain injury. As proud supporters of the association, Arnold Law Firm staff gathered on the West Steps of the […]

DEACTIVATED Google Inc’s Data Mining Lawsuit

At the same time Google launched its Gmail email service, Google adopted the motto Dont Be Evil.  As far as the privacy concerns of those sending or receiving email through the Gmail service,  recent allegations may give pause as to strength of Googles pledge.     Keith Dunbar from Texas alleges in an action pending in […]