I wrote about change being constant earlier, but had an experience last week that reminded me of the importance of remembering this.
We all know this, especially parents. Me, "don't do that, you could get hurt." Kid, "but I didn't get hurt." Me, "but you could have." We all had this conversation a thousand times growing up and, if you are a parent, you are on your way to saying it a thousand times. Why does this … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (06/30/2017) – azcentral.com and Republic Media (The Arizona Republic, azcentral.com, La Voz) announced that Jaburg Wilk earned a spot on the list of 2017 azcentral.com® Top Companies to Work for in Arizona. Jaburg Wilk was honored in the small employee category.
All participating companies completed a two-part assessment process conducted by the independent workplace … Read More
Epperson v. AAA Fire & CAs. Ins Co., WL 406144 (Ariz.App January 31, 2017)
Memorandum Decision, an insurance bad faith case arising from a fire claim, the Arizona Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s grant of summary judgment to an Insurer, despite the Insurer paying the claim over 15 months after the fire occurred.
The Insured’s argued the trial court erroneously ruled there was no bad … Read More
We all run into people who appear to be successful. It can be how they carry themselves, the car they drive, the clothes they wear or the words they say. Some are. Some aren't. Fake it till you make it, the saying goes.
Of course, some of the most successful people won't look like how many of us picture success. How about Sam Walton driving a pickup truck his whole life despite starting what is one of the largest … Read More
Many contracts or leases require one party to get insurance protection for the other party or landlord. Typically, they simply pass along the request for the insurance coverage to their insurance agent or broker and assume that their insurance will be updated to reflect the addition. To “prove” compliance with the contract requiring additional insurance coverage, the parties will often rely upon a & … Read More
What do people remember? Think of a favorite song. What about it makes you listen? Probably a distinctive element like a catchy riff or lyric. It sticks in your head.
Making your case to a judge or jury, a pitch to a potential client or that short time you have when making your elevator speech is the same. The distinctive riff is an easy to remember sentence or phrase that sums up what you want people … Read More
Yeager v. State Farm Mut. Auto Ins. Co., 2017 WL 491121 (Ariz. App. February 7, 2017)
Memorandum Decision, a declaratory judgment action, the Arizona Court of Appeals rejected an Insured’s argument that she could stack UIM coverage’s in separate policies issued by the same Insurer. The Insured was involved in a single accident, but argued she made “two” claims—one UIM claim … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (06/1/2017) – Maria Speth was named to the Board of Directors of the YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix.
Speth, an IP attorney and shareholder at Jaburg Wilk said “The mission of YWCA – eliminating racism and empowering women – aligns with my values perfectly. I am excited to join their board and help support … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (06/1/2017) – The law firm of Jaburg Wilk announced that Stephanie Fierro joined the firm as a partner in their business law group. Stephanie assists clients with general business and corporate representation, employment law, business planning, estate planning and probate.
Before joining Jaburg Wilk, Stephanie represented business clients at Radix Law as well as founded and managed her own … Read More
Have a viewpoint. Stand for something. If you don't, you stand for nothing at all.
We don't have to agree with others all of the time. But when you don't, be respectful. Agree to disagree. You learn more from dialogue with someone you don't agree with than with someone you agree with.
Plus, none of us are right all of the time. If someone says something that makes you potentially … Read More