Initial Offers From Insurance Companies: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 31 July 2019
An injury due to negligence of another person or party is upsetting and frustrating. While you have to deal with the pain of physical injuries, you also have to contend with insurance companies to receive adequate compensation. In some cases, an insurance company may offer you a lower amount to settle your case than what you need. In this case, you will need an attorney to help you receive a higher payout.
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Making Restitution: An Enhanced Penalty

Posted on: 3 July 2019
A relatively new form of punishment for criminal acts has slowly crept into sentencing guidelines. Restitution is a financial payment made to the victims or to the next of kin of victims and is owed by the convicted perpetrator of the crime. If you have been arrested, being aware of what you are facing in terms of punishment is very important. Read on and speak to your defense attorney about victim restitution.
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3 Specialties Of Law To Look For In A Law Firm

Posted on: 27 May 2019
Similar to the medical field, lawyers usually specialize in specific types of law to help their clients. Although lawyers don't have to do lengthy residencies and they usually just study small parts of the law during law school, once they graduate and go out on their own, that's when they specialize. If you are in need of a lawyer or if you're just curious about the law, then this article is just the thing or you.
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Using Your Wildcard Exemptions In Bankruptcy

Posted on: 27 April 2019
Some people having financial difficulties put off filing for the debt relief they need due to fear of losing property. While some filers could be in a position to forfeit real estate, cars, or other property as part of the liquidation process, most filers never need to relinquish any property at all. As you might know, bankruptcy exemptions can help reduce the value of your property, and that can help it look less appealing to the trustee.
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