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What Are Common Internal Car Accident Injuries?

Car accidents can cause a range of visible injuries, from serious cuts and lacerations to broken bones and burns, depending on the nature and severity of the accident. However, the injuries that are not visible often can be the most serious and potentially life-threatening. In fact, internal injuries like traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), organ damage,…

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Will Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Erase All Debt?

Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to reorganize your debts, catch up on unpaid mortgage payments and other loans, and repay your debts by establishing an affordable repayment plan. Also called the Wage Earner’s Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 is a viable option if you earn a regular income but have accumulated substantial debt and are…

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What Are Common Types of Injuries Children Suffer in Car Accidents?

Children are highly vulnerable to serious car accident injuries. Both their bodies and brains are not yet fully developed, meaning they can be more seriously hurt in a crash. As a parent, you must fight for every dollar you can get for your child. They may need this compensation to cover the long-term cost of…

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The Role of a Bankruptcy Trustee in Chapter 7 Cases

Also known as liquidation bankruptcy, Chapter 7 is a type of bankruptcy that allows you to sell or liquidate nonexempt possessions to pay back creditors. If you qualify for Chapter 7, the court will appoint a bankruptcy trustee to oversee and administer the case. A bankruptcy trustee has a range of responsibilities, from reviewing the bankruptcy…

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What Is Drugged Driving?

It is common knowledge that driving while under the influence of alcohol is irresponsible, dangerous, and against the law. However, alcohol is not the only substance that causes impairments. There is a wide range of drugs that can impact your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle, from marijuana, cocaine, and heroin to certain prescription…

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What Are the Symptoms of a Concussion After a Car Accident?

Car accidents are one of the leading causes of head injuries. One of the most common types of brain injuries is concussions. According to the CDC, head injuries from car accidents are a common cause of emergency room visits, hospital stays, and deaths in those aged 15 to 34 in the United States. The rates are…

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Is Pushing Someone Considered Assault in Connecticut?

The situation can escalate quickly when two people are involved in an altercation and tempers flare. A verbal argument can become a physical fight in a matter of seconds. If you are involved in a situation like this, and the other person suffers an injury, you could face assault charges, even if all you did was…

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Can I Pay Off Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Early?

If you had to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy due to unfortunate circumstances that made it difficult for you to handle your monthly debt payments, this can help you pay off your debts, reduce the amount of your monthly payments, and may allow you to keep your home and save it home from foreclosure. However, there…

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What Is an Ignition Interlock Device?

Connecticut law is extremely serious about keeping those with drunk driving convictions from being able to harm others. If you have been convicted of a DUI, you would need to install an ignition interlock device (IID) in your car for a certain amount of time. You will not be able to drive if you have been…

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