Category Archives: Bankruptcy Law

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How a Bankruptcy “Claw Back” Works

There is a voluminous advice on what to do when filing for bankruptcy and leading up to filing a petition for protection from debt under bankruptcy. You may have heard that it is never a good idea to pay off any certain creditors directly before bankruptcy. One may be tempted to pay back a family […] The post How a Bankruptcy “Claw Back” Works appeared first on Richard West Law Office... To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Tire Failures Cause Georgia Rollover Accidents

As Georgia car accident injury lawyers who help people hurt in automobile wrecks, we are acutely aware of the severe nature of rollover accidents. Although rollover accidents are relatively rare, they cause as many as 30 percent of all auto accident deaths. Tire failures are a leading cause of Georgia rollover accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently published a study revealing the main ways in which tire failures can cause rollover accidents. Flat tires and blowouts cause as many as 400 deaths a year on the roads of America. The problem is often straightforward. Underinflated tires result in sluggish handling, and mean it takes longer to stop when you apply your brakes.  It puts stress on basic tire components and created heat buildup.  These factors may cause catastrophic failure of the tire, such as separation or blowout. Tire failures cause Georgia rollover accidents Underinflated tires are a problem on the roads of Georgia.….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Giraffe feeding!

Our associate attorney, Barbara Leon’s anniversary was today and she had the day off.  What did she choose to do:  Feed a giraffe.  Pretty cool.  A baby too. I’m sure her husband Leo is around somewhere… The post Giraffe feeding! appeared first on Reboot Your Life: Tampa Student Loan and Bankruptcy Attorney Blog... To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Attorney's fee: who pays it?

When a client comes to me with a potential lawsuit, one of the things that I research and discuss with the client is the potential liability for the other party's attorney's fee. That is, if the client lose, he will also have to pay the other party's attorney's fee–which may be more than what they thought it would be.Most states adhere to the "American System" when it comes to lawsuits. This means that each side, win or lose, pays for their own lawyer. As a potential plaintiff, you can decide whether it's worth the legal expense to pursue a claim against someone. On the other hand, as a defendant, this means that if you are pulled into a lawsuit, you don't have a choice but to hire a defense lawyer. This system may seem unfair if you're a defendant, but it's designed to encourage settlement over litigation: neither side will want to spend more than the value of the claim. Who wants to spend $10,000 on a lawyer if the maximum….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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Why Hire a New Jersey Debt Settlement Lawyer?

Severe financial debt can come with a number of consequences. In addition to the impact to your credit score and constant stress, you may get to a point where your creditors choose to pursue action against you. If you continue to make your regular payments, even just the minimum ones, then this won’t happen. However, if you fall too far behind and you’re receiving everything from collection calls to notices in the mail, there are many benefits to reaching out and hiring a New Jersey debt settlement attorney. Having a legal representative who can fight for you and protect your rights when your creditors try to take action against you can have a number of benefits, including some you may not expect. On this blog, we’ll discuss just a few of them and show you the advantages of having an attorney on your side. Negotiating Skills Most people think that their creditors have made up their mind to pursue legal action when their account goes into….. To continue reading this legal news please click Read full information...

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