Free Reports For Your Bankruptcy and Injury Questions

At Darrell Castle & Associates, we are so proud to offer free reports as one of the ways we go above and beyond to help our clients succeed.

Far too often, I hear from folks who worked with other attorneys and had questions about what to expect. For example, they wanted to know about life after bankruptcy or how long their car accident case might take. But they found they couldn’t get a straight answer from their attorney. Sometimes they couldn’t even get their lawyer to answer the phone!

We never want our clients to experience that. We want to help you every step of the way with information about the questions most on your mind.

That’s why we’ve compiled all of our clients’ most frequently asked questions and answered them in a series of free resources for you to download and keep.

Below you’ll find the free reports we currently have available for you to download. We also keep copies in our office, so if you have an appointment, feel free to pick some up.



Our free bankruptcy reports deal with the most commonly asked questions about debt, credit, and life after bankruptcy. We encourage you to grab a copy of any of these:

What Does the Bible Say About Debt? (our most popular free report!)

Creditors Can’t Do That: Guide to Stopping Creditor Harassment

Don’t Let Them Take Your Stuff: Stopping Foreclosure, Repossession, or Wage Garnishment

What the Price-Chopping Lawyers Won’t Tell You: Things to Know Before Hiring a Bankruptcy Attorney

Life After Bankruptcy

The Power of a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

The Power of a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The World of Credit: An Introduction to Credit and Bankruptcy


Personal Injury

Our personal injury reports give you the basics on some of our most common types of cases as well as resources to keep you safe.

Car Accident Checklist

Car Accident Law 101

Medical Malpractice 101

Nursing Home Abuse 101


Social Security Disability Insurance

These SSDI reports help you understand how to apply for disability and what to do if you need to appeal.

An Honest Guide To Disability

Your Survival Guide to the Disability Appeals Process