Videos

  • Lawsuit Filed after Two Children Electrocuted by Downed Power Line – FOX 4 DFW

    … “Rasansky Law Firm went far beyond my expectations. I can't be more impressed and satisfied with Rasansky, my settlement was larger than I expected and quicker than I anticipated.” ANTHONY GARDNERTRUCK ACCIDENT VICTIM “I Googled 'auto injuries' and y'all were the first ones who popped up. The conversation over the phone was very friendly…

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  • Trial Settles Everything in your San Diego Trust or Will Lawsuit

    … Trial Settles Everything in your San Diego Trust or Will Lawsuit Posted January 14, 2016 by Keith Davidson & filed under Trust Contests, Trustee Breach, Videos, Will Contests. Most California Trust or Will lawsuits settle before trial, but settlements are only possible when both sides agree to a voluntary settlement. If no settlement is obtained, then you must go to trial. In this video, partner Keith A. Davidson describes trial in California Trust and Will lawsuits. …

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  • Are Your San Diego Trust Accounting Rights Mandatory or Discretionary?

    … Are Your San Diego Trust Accounting Rights Mandatory or Discretionary? Posted December 31, 2015 by Keith Davidson & filed under Trust Beneficiary, Trustee Breach, Videos. Not every beneficiary of a San Diego Trust is entitled to a Trust accounting. Sometimes the accounting right is mandatory, sometimes it is merely discretionary. In this video, partner Keith A. Davidson describes the difference between mandatory vs. discretionary San Diego Trust accounting rights. …

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  • Intended Consequences: Proving Intent in San Diego Trust and Will Contest Lawsuits

    … Intended Consequences: Proving Intent in San Diego Trust and Will Contest Lawsuits Posted November 5, 2015 by Keith Davidson & filed under Trust Contests, Videos, Will Contests. You may know what your parent’s intent was, but if you are going to prove that intent in court you are going to need some credible evidence to back that up. In this video, partner Keith A. Davidson describes the evidence you need to prove intent in California Trust and Will contest cases. …

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