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How is your Estate Plan? Do you have a revocable trust in place, with a backup pour over will? How about a power of attorney for financial matters? Who would make health care decisions for you should you suddenly become incapacitated? What would you want those decisions to be?

If you don’t have an estate plan, and even if you do, but would like to discuss these questions or any others you might have, please join us on Saturday January 16, 2016 at 10:00 a.m at the Blacklake Banquet Room at Blacklake Golf Course.

We hope to see you there:

To help us plan, it would be great if you could please RSVP: (805) 929-7150. Or email directly to guy@guymurraylaw.net.

DATE: 01/16/16

TIME: 10:00 a.m.

PLACE: Blacklake Banquet Room, 1490 Golf Course Lane, Nipomo, CA

Welcome to The Law Office of Guy W. Murray. We are a full service civil law firm. We invite you to browse our website. Feel free to ask questions or leave any comments you wish.   I also post regular and timely legal updates on my Facebook page.  Come visit and become a fan.

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671 W. Tefft Street, Suite 3
P.O. Box 180
Nipomo, CA 93444
(805) 929-7150
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guy@guymurraylaw.net

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Personal Injury

Guy Murray has extensive trial experience in personal injury and tort law, trying cases both for injured persons as well as defending individuals and companies sued for tort liability. (more…)

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This post will include two articles from the Los Angeles Times. The first article ran in the 8/14/05 edition. The title speaks volumes: Legal Urban Legends Hold Sway.

It starts with the story of the Winnebago owner who puts his RV on cruise control, fixes himself some coffee, then sues and wins after he is injured. It doesn’t matter to the insurance and drug industry, or the conservative movement that the story is false. It makes for good headlines, influences people, and furthers the cause of tort reform in the public eye. Compounding the problem is the fact that the news media perpetrates these legends, and the people believe what they read in the newspapers and hear on television. The article follows below: (more…)

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The second installment of the Los Angeles Times series on tort reform is entitled: Coverage of Big Awards for Plaintiffs Helps Distort View of Legal System. It starts by pointing out that big verdicts equal big news. Therefore, the media are quick to provide lavish coverage. (more…)

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