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When to choose and credit lawyer versus a credit repair company to fix your credit?

In today’s digital world, credit plays a significant role in determining one’s future. Therefore, it’s no surprise that many ask if hiring a lawyer is the right way to fix your credit. Let’s explore the difference between credit repair companies and lawyers.  They each have something unique to offer.  But every situation is individual, and it’s up to you to decide what you need.

Protecting your business interests from the pitfalls of implied warranties

Protecting Your Business Interests from the Pitfalls of Implied Warranties ; Bucks County Economic Development Corporation’s “Bucks Prospectus”

Children protection policy – should children drink shampoo?

Are you concerned about various companies’ children protection policy? Take a look at the pictures below. Without thinking or reading the label, which one is a smoothie, and which is shampoo?

Court documents reveal a jury award of $990,438.90 in a truck vs. vehicle collision where the plaintiff had been drinking and driving

Attorney Alex Galindo with Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP announces a jury verdict in truck vs. auto case.

Debt crisis in america due to the corona virus

As the pandemic Coronavirus (COVID-19) rips through America’s biggest cities, its effect is being thought far beyond the over 140,000 Americans who are confirmed infected. This means America is potentially facing a debt crisis due to this pandemic COVID-19.

Mitchell reed sussman, timeshare attorney, sues shell vacations

Mitchell Reed Sussman, Timeshare Attorney, Sues Shell Vacations

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Published in the Pace University Environmental Law Review, the article concerns an artificial hormone fed to cows and how it was sold to America through the political process and the law.

Don't get fooled- get full tort!

In Pennsylvania, if you have full tort option, and you are involved in an auto accident and you are not at fault, you can sue the negligent person to collect your economic damages, such as medical expenses or lost income which may exceed the coverage you have on your own policy. You may also sue the other person to collect non-economic damages such as pain and suffering. If you have limited tort option, you give up your right to sue the negligent party for your non-economic damages such as pain and suffering, unless you suffer a serious injury or fall within one of the exceptions listed below. Serious injury has been defined as death, serious impairment of a body function or a serious permanent disfigurement.