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Welcome to the Official Blog of Simas & Associates, Ltd. Below, please find recent postings from our firm in regards to items of interest concerning our law firm, our cities, state, and nation, and our legal practice areas and service. We try to update frequenty, so check back often.

Slaying Goliath

Recently, we have found ourselves assisting more and more clients in civil litigation matters. Litigation is fun, exciting and, at times, frustrating, but it is also expensive for clients, which is why clients generally treat it as a last resort. It becomes even more expensive when the opposing side is represented by a large Los […]

Can a DUI Affect My Medical License?

If you’ve been convicted of a DUI, you are required to report that conviction to the California Medical Board. Section 802.1(a)(1)(B) of the Business & Professions Code requires Physicians & Surgeons to report, "the conviction of a licensee, including any verdict of guilty or plea of guilty or no contest, of any felony or misdemeanor." Failure […]

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