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Your Guide to Debt and Bankruptcy

About 10 years ago, I secured my dream job with one of the largest corporations in the country. The job came with a substantial increase in pay and I soon looked for a large house for my family. After living the life I dreamed of, I was let go from my current position. I had a large amount of savings, but the economy took a turn for the worse and savings were quickly drained. I soon became stressed about finances. I could not pay the mortgage and bill collectors started to call my house. I refused to be defeated though, so I met with a bankruptcy attorney instead. I live a much simpler life now with my family, and I want you to know that financial stress does not have to affect you for years. Read my blog to learn about bankruptcy, debt laws, and how to hire an attorney.

What You Need To Know If You Are Injured In A Boating Accident

If you have received injuries from a boating accident, that was the fault of someone else, you will need to know the following key points. This way, should you decide to take legal action, you will be prepared. The Cause Of The Accident While you may not be able to blame another boat operator if the cause of the accident was related to the weather, you can still seek compensation from the insurance company for your injuries and damages to your boat. Read More 

FAQs About Filing A Survival Action Claim

After a loved one dies due to the negligence of another, the next step is usually to file a wrongful death claim against the responsible party. However, there is another legal action that might be possible. Depending on the circumstances of the accident that led to your loved one's death, a survival action claim might be possible. Before you take legal action, here is what you need to know.   What Is a Survival Action Claim? Read More 

Is It Possible to Pierce the Judicial Immunity Shield?

It's not unusual for people to feel they have been wronged by a judge. Unfortunately, it's nearly impossible to sue a judge for damages because they have what's called judicial immunity. Essentially, the law prevents people from suing judges for decisions they make in court cases, even when there is evidence of misconduct (e.g. fraud or corruption). However, judicial immunity is not absolute. Here are two ways you may be able to pierce the shield and hold a judge accountable for his or her actions. Read More 

3 Things That You Need To Do To Protect Yourself If You Are In A Car Accident

Car accidents happen everyday. Some of these collisions are severe in nature, while others are just mild fender benders. If you are in a car accident, even a mild one, there are still some things that you need to do to make sure that you are protected in the case that you or the other party files a personal injury lawsuit. Here are some things you need to know. 1. Always Take Pictures Immediately After The Accident Read More 

Self-Employment and Disability Benefit Cessation: Understand How the Review Process Works

Many people who receive Social Security disability benefits do a little self-employment in order to supplement their income. Social Security not only allows this but encourages it and has programs in place that allow you to work without jeopardizing your benefits and the medical insurance that comes with it. If your work eventually becomes what SSA calls "substantial gainful activity," you're allowed a grace period where you can continue working and receiving benefits at the same timeā€”just to make sure that it works out. Read More