The Value Of A TBI Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 27 August 2020
Traumatic brain injuries can occur at any time. You could be driving to work when a car comes out of nowhere and hits you. You could slip and fall at the grocery store, prompting you to hit your head on the ground. These injuries can be devastating. If you suspect you have a strong lawsuit based on your traumatic brain injury, you may wonder what your lawsuit can cover. These are common components personal injury attorneys examine when they determine the value of your case.
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When Filing Bankruptcy Attorney Assistance Is Essential

Posted on: 28 July 2020
The number of American households filing bankruptcy had been experiencing a steady decline in the aftermath of the great recession. In fact, between 2015 and 2019 the number of household or individual (non-business bankruptcy filings) had shrunk from 884,956 in 2015 to 750,489 in 2019. With many people out of work thanks to COVID-19, the number of people needing a bankruptcy attorney is expected to rise once again. The longer the pandemic continues, the higher those numbers are likely to be.
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Pay Your Spouse's Bail Amount Or Seek Aid Through A Bond Agent

Posted on: 26 June 2020
Fulfilling a bail bond's requirements could be your partner's ticket to freedom, but with this benefit, you and your partner will be faced with a large responsibility. If a bond payment is not made as agreed upon or if your spouse fails to attend their court date, serious repercussions could ensue. Be Aware Of What You And Your Spouse Are Up Against Your partner's arrest could mean one or two nights in jail prior to being released or an unlimited amount of time behind bars, which would result in a bond amount being set and you and your partner's right to pay the amount requested in exchange for a release.
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4 Reasons You Shouldn't Delay Your Divorce

Posted on: 21 May 2020
While no one goes through their relationship or life hoping to get divorced, it is a common practice. The fact is people change and sometimes you can't imagine staying with your current partner forever — and that's okay. If you're thinking of getting divorced, you may be continuing to put it off because you feel it's the not right time or it may get better someday. Continuing to put off your divorce can have consequences and it can make your daily life stressful and more difficult.
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