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Why Have Bankruptcy Costs Risen?

A recent study shows the cost of bankruptcy has increased nationwide over the last few years. Why this change, and what does it mean for you? Read More

Why Do You Need Uninsured Motorist Coverage?

Uninsured motorist coverage is a crucial part of your auto insurance policy and usually doesn’t cost very much to include. Tennessee law requires that insurance companies offer uninsured motorist protection; but as a consumer you can choose to waive it when you sign up for your policy. Read More

Why Do People Let Debt Ruin Their Lives? | Memphis Bankruptcy Attorneys

Debt doesn’t have to ruin your life By: Darrell Castle Almost 45% of Greater Memphis residents and more than 35% of all adult Americans have been reported to collection agencies. Read More

Why Do I Need a Personal Injury Attorney for Asbestos Exposure?

Did you know asbestos-related medical issues account for about 10,000 lost lives each year? Despite what many Americans believe, asbestos was not banned when it was discovered to be harmful in the 1970’s, so asbestos-related medical issues are still common and legally actionable through personal injury cases. The trickiest element of these particular personal injury…

Why Creditors Love and Hate Our Memphis Bankruptcy Firm

We joke sometimes about creditors hating what we do – OK, one creditor in particular. But that’s not exactly how it works. Some creditors hate the work we do, but a lot of them love the way we do it. Here’s why: Read More

Why Can’t You Get Disability Benefits if You’re a Housewife | Social Security Disability Attorneys

By: Darrell Castle Housewives can’t get Social Security Disability Benefits because they haven’t paid into the system Video Transcript Hi I’m Darrell Castle and I’m an attorney licensed to practice law in the state of Tennessee and the answer to that is a simple one. It’s because you haven’t worked and paid into the system.…

$2 Million Verdict Awarded for Actos Victim | Memphis Actos Attorneys

By: Darrell Castle The seventh Actos case out of thousands went to trial recently. Frances Wisniewski, a 79-year old retired accountant, was awarded with a $2 million verdict after the jury found Actos contributed to Wisniewski’s bladder cancer. Read More