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Do I Need Insurance For Rental Cars?



When renting a car, you will be asked if you want to purchase insurance coverage.

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Bailey's Palomar Resort, Palomar Mountain, CA

PO Box 87
Palomar Mountain, CA
92060

Bailey’s Palomar Resort - a resort offering charming vacation cabins & cottage rentals, a campground, luxury camping and a retreat center.

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Julian Chamber of Commerce

2129 Main Street
Julian, CA
92036

The friendly staff at the Julian Chamber of Commerce will help you plan your Julian and San Diego back-country visit by providing you with information

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Exeter Chamber of Commerce

101 W Pine St.,
Exeter, CA
93221

The Exeter Chamber of Commerce is a source for travel and visitor information about lodging, dining, events and attractions in and around the Exeter

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Backstrom & Heinrichs, APC

4565 Ruffner Street, Suite 207,
San Diego, CA
92111

Employment Law is our Specialty, and we are passionate advocates for both employer and employee rights throughout California.

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S. Ward Heinrichs, Esq.,

4565 Ruffner Street, Suite 207,
San Diego, CA
92111

Ward Heinrichs leads the employee division of Backstrom & Heinrichs, Attorneys at Law, APC in San Diego, California.

California Labor Law



From the increase in minimum wage to increased protections for immigrant workers, attorney Ward Heinrichs explains the California Labor Law Changes

The Year of Minimum Wage



The Year of the Minimum Wage – Attorney Ward Heinrichs explains the California minimum wage increases, and possible federal minimum wage increases.

Eva Eldridge



Eva Eldridge is a contributing writer for various Big Blend Magazines, a guest on Big Blend Radio, occasionally visits National Parks with us and

Hospitality Industry Laws



Ward Heinrichs explains some of the employment laws in the hospitality industry including tipping, minimum wage increases, and ‘cool down’ periods.

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