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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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Does Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Wipe Out All Debt?

The decision to file for bankruptcy is a significant one. It can provide relief from overwhelming debt but also carries long-term financial implications. Considering this option, you may wonder: does Chapter 13 bankruptcy wipe out all debt? Let us explore the answer in detail. Understanding Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Chapter 13 bankruptcy, often referred to as…

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How Can a Lawyer Help Me With a DUI Charge?

If you are facing a DUI charge, this is a very serious offense with penalties ranging from steep fines and community service to license suspensions and a mandatory prison sentence. In Connecticut, motorists who get behind the wheel while under the influence of drugs or alcohol will face administrative charges that deal with things like…

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What Should I Do After an Accident at Dollar General?

Depending on where you live, there is likely a Dollar General store nearby. Over the past 10 years, the Dollar General chain of stores has experienced significant growth and doubled its store count, tripling its profits between 2007 and 2020. Today, there are over 17,000 locations across the United States. Whether you shop at Dollar…

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What Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a legal option to discharge unsecured debt and completely regain control of your finances. It is often called “liquidation” or “straight” bankruptcy because all non-exempt possessions or assets must be sold to repay your creditors, and there are no drawn-out repayment plans. A large percentage are filed as “no asset” cases,…

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How Can a Lawyer Help Me After a Car Accident?

Following a car accident, you are not required to hire a lawyer to file a claim. Though this is extremely difficult and overwhelming, you are entitled to represent yourself. Countless studies have shown that people representing themselves in car accident claims receive far less compensation than those who retain an experienced lawyer. If you are injured…

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McCoy Get’s $170,000 Verdict In Vernon Rockville Connecticut Court for Client, After $17k Offer by Insurance Carrier

Rockville Jury Sides With Driver, Rejects Safeco’s Arguments About Prior Injuries McCoy Get’s $170,000 Verdict In Vernon Rockville Connecticut Court for Client, After $17k Offer by Insurance Carrier A six-person Rockville Superior Court jury has awarded $170,172 to a Manchester woman who re-aggravated her back after a driver T-boned her Lexus in September 2015.  The jury…

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Injuries in Parking Areas

For almost every shopping center, school, or condo working, there is a parking area that enables individual’s access to these premises via automobile. Parking areas are helpful and convenient spots to leave a vehicle while individuals carry on with their everyday business, yet they can likewise be conceivably perilous.     Consistently, numerous individuals are…

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