Author: Maho | Prentice, LLP Attorneys at Law

Why raising your limits on uninsured and underinsured motorists coverage is money well spent

Purchasing a car or truck usually requires a great deal of research and planning. Visiting multiple car lots or scouring listings online should be done with attention to every detail. A motor vehicle represents a significant investment in money, one that should not be taken lightly. Whether it occurs days after driving the vehicle off […]

Read More

How uninsured motorists coverage helps when you’re injured

The aftermath of a car accident creates confusion, frustration, and, depending on the collision’s severity, physical pain. Discovering that the driver responsible for the crash lacks motor vehicle insurance or only has minimum coverage only adds to the aggravation you face following the moment of impact and the aftermath. Options for motor vehicle owners The […]

Read More

Premises liability and your home — how you can protect yourself

When you hear about a slip-and-fall accident that seriously injured someone, the incident typically happened in a store, mall, hotel, office building or other place that is open to the public. But a severe fall injury can happen on any property, including somebody’s home. If you get hurt in a fall on somebody else’s private […]

Read More

Chain-reaction car accidents put Santa Barbara drivers in danger

Sometimes, a minor car accident can lead to a much more serious incident. Shook-up but unhurt drivers and passengers can be helpless if a third motorist comes upon the scene and acts without due care for their safety. In a tragic example, two California residents were killed on the interstate in a secondary car wreck. […]

Read More

Why you need car insurance even if you’re staying home

With the current public health crisis, many individuals are following CDC and governmental guidelines to stay home. Unless you’re an essential worker, it’s likely that you’re working from your own residence right now. It’s also possible you’re one of the millions of Americans who has been furloughed or lost their job in the wake of […]

Read More