Surprise Medical Bills

Car Accident Lawyer Is healthcare a commodity or is healthcare a right? The truth is healthcare is both, it just depends on who you speak to. The older people can view health care as a right because they have earned the privileges through their labor. However, younger people do not get sick often so healthcare

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Getting a Divorce and Child Custody

Getting a divorce is already a stressful and difficult process when it centers around two adults who are no longer able to work out their differences and feel that this is the best option for their relationship. However, when these two adults have children, it can make the process even more difficult. An experienced child

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Filing for Divorce: 101

Filing for divorce is probably something you’ve never done before, so if you are wondering how to do it, that’s OK. With a divorce lawyer, like a divorce lawyer in Arlington, TX, by your side, you can navigate the sometimes-complicated world that accompanies the dissolution of your marriage. The following are some basics to get

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What is Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a legal process that provides debt relief under title 11 of the U.S. Code. For consumers, there are two kinds of bankruptcy: chapter 7 and chapter 13. Chapter 7 is basically a liquidation bankruptcy. There is no need to establish a payment plan. A chapter 13 bankruptcy provides for reorganization in a three

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Uber and Lyft Car Accident Injury Claims

Finding yourself in a car accident is stressful, scary, and traumatic – no matter what the situation. If you find yourself injured as either the passenger or the driver of a ride-sharing service like Uber or Lyft, however, you may be wondering how your claim will be different than that of a personal vehicle injury.

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What is Discovery?

Discovery is the legal process that allows each side of a lawsuit to ask the other side for information that is related to the case. I have always referred to the discovery process as a mini-trial to help the other sides to obtain evidence regarding the case. During the discovery period, both parties are required

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When Is Drug Possession a Misdemeanor or a Felony?

Drug Possession Charges Compared to a felony, a misdemeanor drug possession does not come along with as severe penalties. While each state has its own set of laws for drug possession, the consequences for a misdemeanor often include a minor fine, court-ordered drug counseling, probation, and community service. Those who are caught in possession of

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