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Medicare is a federal health insurance program that has been in existence for 53 years. Today, more than 59 million people are covered by Medicare. In general, citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. who are age 65 and over are eligible for Medicare coverage, regardless of income or medical history. You must be a… Read More

Social Security Numbers Stolen from Deported Felons

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on November 18, 2015
In General

A 33-year-old woman from Long Beach has surrendered to the federal authorities on allegations that she stole Social Security numbers while working at the El Monte office of the DMV. According to a My News LA report, officials believe she and five others were involved in a scheme to sell Puerto Rican birth certificates and Social Security… Read More

Summertime Tips for Healthy Living

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on June 24, 2015
In General

Remember when summer meant that school was out and your time was yours? You can still embrace that lifestyle by making this summer special. It is the perfect time of year to take a step back and assess your life and health. Some of the changes you make this summer can carry over into the… Read More

Get a Jump on Spring with these Upcoming LA Events

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on March 30, 2015
In General

As record-setting temperatures heat up the Southland, there’s no doubt that spring is in full swing in California. Fortunately, there are countless ways to get outside and catch up on some much needed vitamin D. Whether you are a lifelong resident or escaping from the colder temperatures of much of the rest of the country,… Read More

Top Five Unusual Things to Do in Southern California

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on June 5, 2014
In General

Southern California isn’t short on tourist attractions. But if you’re bored with the beach or you just don’t want to deal with the crowds, consider stepping “off the beaten path” with these five unusual tourist destinations right in our own backyard: Watts Towers The towers are constructed of clay, bottles, and broken dishes collected from… Read More

Three Ways to Throw a Rockin’ Fourth of July Party

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on May 28, 2014
In General

The fourth of July is still a few weeks away, but with a little planning now, your event can be the talk of your southern California town! Keep kids and adults alike busy and happy this Independence Day by working these fun party ideas into your event: Carve some watermelons. Don’t wait until Halloween to… Read More

Are These the 5 Best Easter Candies of All Time?

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on April 16, 2014
In General

It’s almost Easter once again, and if you’re like so many other holiday celebrators out there, you’re already indulging in the season’s candy. Bunnies, eggs, and spring colors are just as much a part of the season as these delicious treats. And since so many of them are only offered at this time of the… Read More

7 Head-Scratching Moments in Olympics History

By Kenton Koszdin Law Office on February 19, 2014
In General

The Winter Olympics in Sochi have been home to some strange happenings this year – half-finished hotels, warm weather, ice dancing receiving news coverage – but these pale in comparison to many of the moments in the history of the competition. In the spirit of celebrating the Olympics and everything they represent, the legal team… Read More

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