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Is It Worth Fighting an Illegal Eviction in Court?

After receiving an eviction notice, some people wonder if it is worth fighting in court. The answer depends on several things, including the dollar amount involved, the reason for the eviction, the date you would have to leave, and whether the eviction was illegal. If you find yourself in this situation and want to do […]

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Posted on:
January 16th, 2018

Category:
Real Estate Law

What to Do When a Car Used as Collateral on a Loan Gets Totaled

If your car got totaled but it has a lien, you probably have a lot of questions. Whether you caused the accident or someone else did, the insurance company handling the total loss claim will pay off the lienholder. Based on how your car got totaled, the at-fault driver’s liability or full coverage insurance would […]

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Posted on:
December 28th, 2017

Category:
General Law

How to Protect Your Loved One from Elder Abuse

At one time, the term “elder abuse” was foreign to most people. Today, it is something that people know about all too well. Like millions of other people, you have probably watched news reports or videos showing an elderly person getting hit, kicked, yelled at, or abused in some other way. However, it often involves […]

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December 22nd, 2017

Category:
Elder Law

My New Car Is a Lemon – Can I Sue the Dealership?

When purchasing a used vehicle, the law considers it “as is,” meaning that if something immediately goes wrong, the buyer is financially responsible for repairs. This is known as “Buyer Beware,” and it’s why people should always have a used car checked out by an independent mechanic. However, if you’ve purchased a new vehicle only […]

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December 16th, 2017

Category:
Personal Injury Law

Do My Neighbors Have the Right to Farm?

After a lot of debate, you decide to buy or build a home in the country. Surrounded by nature and only a few neighbors, you anticipate living in tranquility. However, before doing anything, you need to know the laws about farming. After all, your ideal situation is to enjoy a life of peace, but what […]

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Posted on:
December 10th, 2017

Category:
Civil Litigation and Appeals

How to File a Lawsuit as the Victim of Domestic Terrorism

Sadly, if you look back at the Oklahoma bombing of the Murrah federal building by Timothy McVeigh and, more recently, the shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, by Stephen Paddock, it is a stark reminder that domestic terrorism is a real threat in the United States. If you were the victim of such an incident, it […]

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Posted on:
December 4th, 2017

Category:
Criminal

Which Is Better for My Company – An LLC or Incorporation?

When starting a new company, you have several viable options for making it legal. However, the two most common include an LLC and incorporation. The two share similarities, such as filing the appropriate paperwork with the state. Also, both an LLC and incorporation serve to protect you from liability should you get sued or when […]

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Posted on:
November 30th, 2017

Category:
Corporate Law