Consumer Rights Articles
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summary of Idaho and national bad faith insurance litigation
NRS 629.061 limits what a hospital and/or doctor can charge for medical records. Sometimes, its worth the fight.
Misc. California Decisions re: Phone and Texting Solicitations, and RedBox Data Collection
A review of basic asset protection considerations in Florida and how to legally and ethically shield assets from potential creditor claims
A review of Florida law on surplus funds following a foreclosure sale and how the homeowner may be able to claim the money
An Overview of the Past, Present and Future of the Foreclosure Crisis
An overview of the strategic default option for distressed mortgage borrowers. This article discusses what is a "strategic default," along with its risks, benefits and consequences to help consumers make an informed decision.
In this article, you will learn about the three different types of product defect-injury claims: Defectively Manufactured Products, Defectively Designed Products, Failure to Provide Adequate Warnings or Instructions
In recent years, wearable technological devices such as the Fitbit have evolved as a popular tool to track steps, miles, calories burned, heart rate, and similar information related to physical activity.
The term “catfishing” was coined by a filmmaker named Nev Schulman in 2010 as the title for his documentary about falling in love with a girl on Facebook who turned out not to be the person she claimed to be online.