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Most Common Car Accident Injuries

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The aftermath of a car wreck is stressful and frightening. Your car will likely sustain damage, but even worse, you and any passengers will likely suffer from injuries. If you get into a car accident caused by someone else’s negligent, reckless, or erratic behavior, never just assume that you’re fine. There are many injuries that may not […]

Nondischargeable Debts in Bankruptcy

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If you’re thinking about filing bankruptcy, you may have learned that certain debts are nondischargeable. If so, you’ve likely begun to wonder if your most pressing debts are dischargeable. This list is a guideline for what kinds of common debts are nondischargeable in bankruptcy. Keep in mind that there may be exceptions in the cases […]

Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 vs Chapter 13

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Each year, around 800,000 Americans file for personal bankruptcy protection. The decision to declare bankruptcy can be a hard one, but even once you’ve made the decision, choosing between a Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be a challenge. It’s important to educate yourself on the pros, cons, and procedures of each type of bankruptcy so that you can decide […]

What Do You Need to Prove a Product Liability Claim?

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has found that each year, millions of Americans receive injuries from faulty, defective, or downright dangerous consumer products. By analyzing data pulled from emergency rooms and hospitals around the country, the CPSC can discover what products are causing an inordinate amount of injuries and then lean on manufacturers and retailers […]

Top 5 Things that Impact Credit Score

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A number of factors can impact your credit score, and a good financial state does not necessarily mean a good credit score. The credit bureaus decide your score, and what you do with the credit you have available to you affects that score in a number of ways. Understanding what things have the biggest impact on […]

How to File for Bankruptcy in Arlington, Texas

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Michael Scott declared bankruptcy in The Office by simply shouting, “I declare bankruptcy,” but that’s not how it’s done in real life. If you’re filing for bankruptcy in Arlington, Texas, there’s a process you must follow. Types of Bankruptcies Individuals or married couples generally file for one of two types of bankruptcy. The decision may come down […]

Debt Consolidation or Chapter 13

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When someone is considering debt consolidation, there may be more options for them than they realize. One of those options is to talk to an attorney about Chapter 13 bankruptcy to see if it is an appropriate option for their situation. Not everyone qualifies for it, and even some that do qualify may want to […]

Bouncing Back After Bankruptcy

No one wants to live with a poor credit rating, even after the filing of a bankruptcy. A bankruptcy can remain on an individual’s credit report for up to 10 years. However, you might be surprised to find that your score can rise, even to the low 700s within two or three years after the […]