J.C. Daniels has written hundreds of press releases, speeches, news articles, op-ed pieces, fact sheets, media kits, newsletters and research papers on topics ranging from commercial fisheries, timber and the oil and gas industry to workers’ compensation, utilities, title insurance, government agencies and much more.
Following a successful career as a journalist, legislative staffer and public affairs manager and campaign designer, Daniels obtained by law degree graduating summa cum laude in a class of nearly 300.
Daniels has also operated an online retail business for many years, enjoys golf and, despite lifelong allergies, loves animals as his 3 cats will confirm.
More than 60 million people are covered by Medicare. Choosing the proper coverage can appear confusing as Medicare has four basic parts to consider plus seniors may want to obtain supplemental insurance to pay for costs not covered by Medicare. This article briefly discusses Medicare basics including eligibility, cost, what each part of Medicare covers, when to apply, Medigap coverage and more. Once you understand these basics, you will be well on the way to choosing Medicare coverage that will best meet your needs. | Read More →Words: 1276 Downloads: 0 Category: Aging By: J. C. Daniels
Sole proprietorships, partnerships and limited liability companies are the most popular business entities for people starting a small business. Each offers benefits and drawbacks involving ease of formation and operation, taxes and liability. All can be created quickly and inexpensively. This article looks at the differences between these business structures and suggests which may be the best for specific circumstances. | Read More →Words: 1087 Downloads: 0 Category: Entrepreneurship By: J. C. Daniels
Homeowners facing loss of their property through foreclosure have a variety of defenses and alternatives that can be employed to delay or prevent losing their home. Actions may differ depending on whether the foreclosure uses a judicial or non-judicial process. This article outlines steps homeowners should take in any foreclosure action and legal defenses that can be employed in court. Several alternatives are discussed including loan modification, short sales, bankruptcy and providing the deed in lieu of foreclosure. Even if the home is ultimately lost, some of these options can minimize the damage to the homeowner's credit rating. | Read More →Words: 1208 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: J. C. Daniels
Home foreclosure actions may be either judicial or non-judicial based on specific state laws and the type of documents used to secure the home purchase. The type of foreclosure method used affects the length of time the process takes and the actions which may be taken to attempt to save the home from being lost. This article discusses the differences in foreclosure actions, how long the property owners can plan to live in the home and the length of time the foreclosure process may take to complete including a few suggestions about how that process can be extended by homeowner action. | Read More →Words: 1031 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: J. C. Daniels
Arizona requires all employers to carry workers' compensation insurance to pay for medical costs, lost wages and disabilities incurred by employees injured on the job. While this no-fault system in intended to be non-adversarial, the claims process can become complicated and involve hearings similar to trials where evidence and testimony may be required. The assistance of an experienced workers' comp attorney can be essential to ensure claims are efficiently processed and the maximum allowable compensation is obtained. This article takes a brief look at the Arizona workers' comp process and the benefit of retaining an attorney to assist in filing a processing a claim. | Read More →Words: 765 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: J. C. Daniels
Parents do not have a legal obligation to provide visitation between their child and his or her grandparents. However, laws in all 50 states give grandparents the ability to obtain visitation rights. Some laws are restrictive and require that the child's parents be divorced or that one of the child's parents be deceased before visitation rights will be granted. Other states, including Washington, Oregon and New Jersey, have enacted permissive laws allowing grandparents to request visitation while the child's parents are both alive or still married. This article takes a brief look at the development of grandparent visitation rights and outlines the procedure employed in a typical permissive statute. | Read More →Words: 998 Downloads: 0 Category: Family By: J. C. Daniels
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