New Important California Laws of 2015 You Need to Know About - Part II

New California Laws of 2015 You Need to Know About - Part II

New California Laws of 2015 You Need to Know About - Part II

As part of multi-series blog post, we will detail some of the most new important California laws of 2015 you need to know about. Check our future blogs for many other useful and interesting new laws in California.

Pets at Restaurants
This new law allows a person to bring a pet dog in outdoor dining areas of restaurants if specified conditions are satisfied. Read about the details of the new law to learn more.

Uber, Lyft Insurance Coverage
This new law requires that drivers for ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft must be insured during the time they use the app. The coverage must be at least $50,000 per individual and $100,000 per incident for bodily injury and $30,000 for property damage. The bill also requires insurance companies to provide services specifically made for such ride sharing services. 

More Protection for Assisted Living Homes 
This new law dramatically increases the fine for violations of state regulations by assisted living facilities for the elderly. This new law would increase the fines for such violations from $150 to $15,000. This law takes effect on July 1, 2015 and it is part of the new policy to more closely govern and restrict violations related to assistant living homes in California. This new law serves as the most noteworthy protection of the assisted living industry in more than 3 decades. 

Mollaei Law is a law firm serving clients in Los Angeles. If you have any questions regarding these new laws, contact the lawyers at Mollaei Law