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Bankruptcy and Your Student Loan Debt

If you’re stressed about making your student loan payments, there’s some good news. The payment suspension legislation has officially been extended through December 31, 2020. All in all, it’s a 10-month hiatus. The suspension is intended to be a critical lifeline for the many Americans who are struggling right now. Wesley Whistle writes for Forbes:…

5 Factors That May Affect Your Car Accident Coverage

A car accident can rack up a lot of expenses in property damages and medical costs if you are injured. Getting your life back on track afterward doesn’t just mean recovering from your injury, but recovering from any financial losses you have suffered because of the accident. Every situation is different, and the amount you…

The Do’s and Don’ts of Applying for SSDI

Social Security Disability benefits (SSDI) are critical to recovering and getting back on your feet after an injury or illness. Simply qualifying for SSDI is relatively easy. Anyone who is medically unable to work and who has worked long enough to get necessary work credits is eligible to receive benefits. But as our Memphis Social…

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Fix Your Finances and Alleviate Your Stress

From the standpoint of mental health, this pandemic is a recipe for disaster. Not only are folks grappling with unemployment, financial stress, and grief, they’re doing so in a period of isolation, with limited access to the support systems that ordinarily get us through tough times. “Millions of Americans have lost their jobs,” Jack Kelly…

Car Accidents: When to Hire a Lawyer

Car Accident Lawyer Car accidents can be messy situations, both at the scene of the crash and afterward as you battle for compensation for your losses. Many factors come into play for car accident claims, including negligence, damages, medical expenses, police reports and insurance investigations. All of this can be a lot to handle for…

Evictions Loom as Government Support Ends

In June, Tennessee became one of several states that lifted the moratorium on eviction proceedings. Back then, experts urged us to expect a surge in evictions, warning that recent sources of additional income from the government would dry up. Now, as lawmakers struggle to determine the future of those protections, with no end to the…

I Have Been Financially Impacted by the Coronavirus. Can I File for Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy Lawyer We, as a society, have been face to face with an unexpected threat to our physical health and financial wellbeing. The media has been helpful in promoting ways on how we can protect our health. Wearing masks, washing our hands, and practicing social distancing has been heavily emphasised; however, there has been very…

Your Car Crash Lawsuit: 4 Steps To the Settlement Check Process

Car Accident Lawyer When a car accident changes your life, receiving compensation as the result of winning a lawsuit against the responsible party can take much of the financial burden off your shoulders. However, once you win your lawsuit, there is still the matter of when and how you will receive your settlement money. There…

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Considering bankruptcy? You’re not alone.

Many of the prospective bankruptcy clients I meet with feel shame above all else when they first enter my office. I tell them there’s no reason to be embarrassed—that bankruptcy is not synonymous with failure. It’s true under any circumstances, but it’s particularly relevant in our current economic climate. The symptoms of this pandemic go…

Nursing Home Negligence and Heat Stroke

Extreme heat is unbearable and potentially life-threatening for us all, but the elderly are much more vulnerable when temperatures soar into the nineties. Read below to learn more about heat-related illnesses and the responsibility of nursing home staff to protect residents. What is heat stroke? Heat injury occurs when the body cannot sufficiently cool itself…