Accidents Caused by Truck Driver Fatigue

Categories: Personal Injury

We’ve all been there. You are driving down the road, and a large semi-truck is pulling up alongside you. You feel quite small in your tiny little passenger car as this behemoth begins to block out the sun from one side of your car. You might feel a small quickening of your heartbeat as it…

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Bankruptcy Options for the Self-Employed

Categories: Bankruptcy

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Pondering the possibility of filing bankruptcy is never a pleasant thing. If you are at the point of considering this, you’ve likely already gone through an extended period of financial turmoil. It is difficult to make wise decisions after enduring a stressful financial setback, and this is especially true if you own your own business…

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Will Bankruptcy Protect Me from a Lawsuit?

Categories: Bankruptcy

Being sued is likely on everyone’s list of things they hope never happens to them. Opening an envelope and seeing a document that informs you someone has sued you can be an incredibly anxiety-producing moment – even more so if your financial situation was dire before the lawsuit arrived. So what do you do now?…

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How COVID-19 Might Affect Personal Injury Lawsuits

Categories: Personal Injury

In a very brief amount of time, the global pandemic COVID-19 has tremendously changed everyday life for most of us in America and for many around the world. Many who used to work in a bustling office full of familiar co-workers each day are now working remotely from their homes. Others aren’t able to work…

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How the Coronavirus Pandemic Might Affect Your Finances

Categories: Bankruptcy

In America and across the globe, we currently find ourselves in an unprecedented time. The global pandemic COVID-19 has affected almost everyone in one way or another. It has impacted health, obviously. And for many, this is understandably the most urgent and pressing concern presented by the virus. Beyond its health impacts, however, it has…

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Should I Accept the First Offer from an Insurance Company?

Categories: Insurance

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After an accident, the insurance company will come to you with a settlement offer – and often faster than you anticipated. While the offer might look great, you should never accept the first offer from the insurance company. Even though your bills are piling up and you might find yourself in desperate need of cash,…

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Can Filing for Bankruptcy Stop Repossession?

Categories: Bankruptcy

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Filing for bankruptcy may stop repossession, but it depends on the type of bankruptcy you file and how far into the repossession you are. If you are being threatened with repossession and you want to keep your vehicle, speak with a bankruptcy attorney immediately. The sooner you file for bankruptcy, the easier it might be…

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