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Important Questions To Ask Before And During Your First Consultation With A DUI Attorney

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If you’ve recently been charged with a DUI, then hopefully you’re already in the process of searching for a qualified DUI defense attorney. By having a dedicated DUI attorney on your side, you’ll have the best chances of avoiding or lessening your punishment. Before you select an attorney, however, it’s a good idea to schedule an initial consultation. This will help you get a feel for whether or not the attorney is right for you. Here are a few important questions you should ask a DUI attorney before and during that...

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Personal Injury Lawsuits: Two Questions You May Have

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Every year there are many people that suffer injuries as a result of another person’s negligence. These injuries can result in expensive bills and lost earnings, but in most cases, you can pursue your losses through the legal system. However, many people do not have experience with lawsuits, and there can be a couple of questions about this process you need answered.  Are Personal Injuries Cases Always About Accidental Injuries? Many personal injury cases result from accidental injuries that are sustained at a business or...

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The Advantages Of Settling Out Of Court

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Being injured in an accident can cause a major disruption in your life. You can be seriously injured and medical bills can start piling up. You may not be able to work or provide for your family because of the seriousness of your injuries. Your car or other property might be damaged or destroyed as well. When these types of injuries occur, it might be beneficial to hire a personal injury attorney to help you collect the compensation that you need to take care of yourself and your family. There are some attorneys that will take on a large...

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Are Your Social Security Disability Benefits Safe If You File For A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

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If you’ve recently become disabled, your finances have probably suffered considerably. You can’t work, but you still have bills that need to be paid. You may have skipped the mortgage payment a few times in order to buy groceries, and maxed out your credit cards paying the utility bills, while you’ve been waiting for your Social Security disability claim to be approved. If you’re thinking about filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there are some things that you need to know (and do) in order to protect your disability...

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Injured At Work? Follow These 3 Steps For A Successful Outcome

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Day in and day out, you go to work, do your job, and come home. You do everything you are supposed to just to get through the day, but what happens when you get injured? Even though you didn’t do anything wrong, you end up hurt because of someone else’s negligence on the job. Now, you are stuck with trying to figure out what to do to handle the situation to the best of your ability. When injured on the job, make sure to follow these three simple steps. Get Medical Attention Regardless of how minor you might think your injuries...

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Did You Barely Fail A Breathalyzer? Fight The DWI Charges

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A DWI charge on your record can lead to a lot of complications, and there are ways you can get out of the charges. If you are being accused of a DUI and you barely blew over the legal limit, you want to call a lawyer as soon as you can. It’s important not to make a statement to the police, and not to talk with anyone but your attorney, so you don’t get manipulated into saying anything that could harm your case. Here are a few angles your lawyer may pursue to try to get you out of the DWI. Was the Machine Calibrated? A breathalyzer...

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If Social Security Funds Run Out, How Will This Affect Social Security Disability Recipients?

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For decades, news reports have forecast the day when the Social Security Trust Fund will run dry. However, in its 2014 Annual Report, the Social Security Trustees indicated that, beginning in 2033, funds will only be available to pay out about 75 percent of stated benefits, and this trend will continue for approximately 50 years. With this decrease in available benefits, how will Social Security Disability (SSDI) recipients be affected? If you’re currently receiving SSDI, how should you prepare for the possibility that your benefits...

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3 Considerations To Make Before Filing For Bankruptcy

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For some people, filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the best option. Although it might seem like the perfect one for your current financial situation, it might not be. Here are three considerations to make before you file for bankruptcy. Can Your Creditors Seize Your Assets? If you are planning on filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy because you want protection from your creditors, it might not be necessary. In some instances, even if the creditor does take legal action to collect on a debt, it might not impact you.  For instance, if you...

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Two Documents That Are Essential In Estate Planning

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No one ever wants to think about the end of their life. But, it’s a fact that someday you will no longer be on this earth, so you need to prepare your family for what will happen when you’re gone. One of those things you need to consider is your estate plan. Estate planning encompasses everything from writing your will, to establishing a health care proxy, to making sure you’ve appointed beneficiaries for life insurance policies. These are important because without those decisions outlined legally, the court will have to...

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The Biggest Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid

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Most people don’t like to think about the possibility of passing on in the near future; however, it’s never too early to start thinking about wills and estate planning. After all, by getting everything in order now, it’s possible to save your family and loved ones a great deal of hassle down the road. However, as you’re going through the process of estate planning, there are some common mistakes that you’ll definitely want to make sure to avoid. Not Planning for a Potential Disability One of the biggest mistakes...

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