Improve Your Credit After Bankruptcy
Whether you’ve just completed a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it’s time to start doing something about your credit. The goal is to slowly put whatever happened before in the past with newer information that demonstrates the responsible choices you’re starting to make. Here are some tips that ...READ MORE →
How Do I Get Medical Bills Paid for After a Dog Bite in California?
If you have suffered a dog bite in California, you understand the physical as well as the emotional implications. California leads the nation in dog bite claims. Fortunately, if you have suffered a dog bite under California dog bite law you may entitled to compensation for your injuries and damages. ...READ MORE →
Hurt by a Distracted Driver in California: How Can I Recover Compensation?
According to research, distracted driving has surpassed drunk driving as one of the leading causes of accidents in California. And distracted driving is not just about texting while driving. In California, a distraction is anything that takes your eyes or mind off the road or hands off the steering wheel. ...READ MORE →
Seeking Medical Help After an Accident
Getting into a car accident can run the gamut of one’s emotions. Best case scenario, the accident is minor and you escape without injury. Worst case scenario, you suffer serious injuries with long-lasting effects. Either way, knowing you have been in an accident is enough to rattle your nerves and ...READ MORE →
Could Unrealistic Trucking Schedules Be the Cause of my Trucking Accident?
Our Los Angeles trucking accident lawyers know that one of the primary reasons for trucking accidents is due to truckers rushing to get a delivery to its destination on time, often risking safety because of driver fatigue. Even though federal regulations limit the number of hours that a driver can ...READ MORE →
Can Bankruptcy Help with Medical Bills?
Even if you have good health insurance, a serious injury or illness can seriously hamper your ability to earn a living. It can also make paying medical debt more difficult. When medical debt becomes impossible to manage, filing for bankruptcy may be the only real option. Can bankruptcy really help ...READ MORE →