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Compensation When Another Driver Does Not Have Adequate Insurance

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, you are going to want to try and find a way to pay for not only the damages to your car, but any injuries that you may have sustained, as well. It can be frustrating to have to go through the process of submitting claims for payment, but if the driver in the vehicle that caused the accident does not have insurance, the frustration only gets worse. Read More 

4 Reasons Elderly Parking Lot Accidents Are Increasingly Common

In recent years, cases of elderly drivers hitting pedestrians and other cars in parking lots are increasingly common. In November of 2014, a pregnant woman was hit and killed by an 88-year-old driver who mixed up the gas and brake pedals. In 2003, an elderly man struck and killed nine people when he confused the gas and brake pedals and headed into a farmer's market. An additional 54 were hurt. Unfortunately, these cases are all too common, and the result is often a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit. Read More 

How To Have A Respectable Legal Career Without Going To Law School

It is not necessary to go to law school to have a respected legal career. Many people grow up watching courtroom dramas. They may dream of delivering the winning argument in a big case. Others may want the large salary that quite a few lawyers earn. Reality hits at some point in most lives. It takes a lot of time and money to become a lawyer. Law school is three years long and quite expensive. Read More 

What Happens When You Receive A Foreclosure Letter?

Sometimes you might find yourself in a situation you could not have imagined, such as missing one or more mortgage payments. This will quickly be followed by a series of communications often ending in a foreclosure letter from the attorney representing your lending institution. To prevent this outcome, it may be possible for you to arrange a loan modification or loss-mitigation by discussing these options with your lender. Neither you nor your lender wants a foreclosure to take place: Read More 

Married To A Millionaire: Can Your Stop Your Alimony Payments If Your Ex Remarries Rich?

If you are divorced and your ex spouse marries a very wealthy person, you may think you are off the hook for your monthly alimony payments. However, don't just stop paying until you find out if you are legally allowed to do so. Here are some questions you may have with regard to alimony and a new wealthy spouse: Does the State Matter? Yes, the state you live in absolutely plays a part as to whether or not you will have to continue paying alimony. Read More