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IN THIS ISSUE:
A Small Accident Might not be as Small as you Think
You might be involved in a small car accident or work accident that you think is no big deal. What you might not immediately realize is that your injuries might present themselves later and if you wait to file a claim, your insurance company might deny, delay, or offer you a settlement that doesn't amount to what you need. After that, you could be faced with medical bills and begin to worry about how to afford your other expenses, especially since you may not be able to go to work.
Even a small accident can have big consequences, if you don't act quickly to hire a personal injury lawyer soon after your incident. A personal injury lawyer can help you get your life back on track by getting you the compensation you deserve. Read Full Article
It can be a renter's worst nightmare to find out that the house they are renting is going into foreclosure. Getting an eviction notice can be confusing and surprising, especially since most landlords withhold this information, in fear that if they tell the renters about the foreclosure, they will stop paying rent, which is what landlords rely on in attempt to save the home.
Such evictions have been steadily rising since the number of foreclosures has increased in the U.S. Before May 20, 2009, renters would lose their leases upon foreclosure. Most states followed the rule that if the mortgage was recorded before the lease was signed, a foreclosure would wipe out the lease. This changed when President Obama signed the "Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009." This act ensures that leases survive foreclosure and that renters stay until the end of their lease, or have 90 days before having to move out, if they are month-to-month tenants. Read Full Article
Do you drive a Chrysler or General Motors vehicle and have been wondering about what will happen to the manufacturer's warranty or if your car exhibits defects that qualify it as a "lemon"? This is a realistic concern that many car owners are struggling with.
It's no doubt that we are facing one of the most difficult economic times in modern automotive history. Aside from Chrysler and General Motors declaring bankruptcy, there are thousands of car dealerships that are closing down or consolidating, leaving consumers worried about the consequences. Read Full Article
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