Why Hiring An Attorney For Your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Is Crucial

Posted on: 10 August 2021

If you have come to a point where, for one reason or another, you simply can no longer keep up with all of your financial obligations, you may want to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, before you start taking steps to file bankruptcy all on your own, you will want to consider hiring an attorney. Continue reading to learn more about the benefits of hiring a Chapter 7 attorney.
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The Statute Of Limitations: What Victims Need To Know About Acting Fast

Posted on: 1 July 2021

When you suffer harm at the hands of another, you only have so much time to take action. That means you must file a suit in court before the time runs out. This issue can be very confusing for victims because the rules vary from state to state and from case to case. To find out what victims need to know about taking action quickly after harm has been done, read on.
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Been In A Motorcycle Accident? What To Do When The Other Driver Was Unlicensed

Posted on: 3 June 2021

If you've been involved in a motorcycle accident, and you've discovered that the driver of the other vehicle was driving without a license, you might think you won't be able to recover your losses. Luckily, that's not the case. The driver might not have a license, but that doesn't mean the accident won't be covered by insurance. However, you will need to take the right steps. Here are four steps to take if your motorcycle accident involved an unlicensed driver.
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Protections And Rewards For Whistleblowers

Posted on: 27 April 2021

What Is a Whistleblower? A whistleblower is someone who reports incidents to those who are in the position to do something about it regarding the following areas: Corruption Fraud Waste Dangers to the public A whistleblower will generally be a part of the organization where the incident they are reporting took place, but this is not required to be considered a whistleblower.  Whistleblower Protections  Whistleblower Protection Act The Whistleblower Protection Act, or WPA, protects employees and employee applicants who reveal information they believe points to:
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