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Options for Florida Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is something that attorneys see a lot of in the State of Florida – for example, (as reported by state courts), there were a total of almost 24,000 bankruptcy cases adjudicated at of the end of December last year in United States Bankruptcy Court for the…

5 Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

According to statistics, the average FICO credit score is currently 695, an all-time high in the United States. Although there are different scoring models, resulting in the fluctuation of this figure by a few points, the majority fall between 660 and 720. Roughly 14% of the population…

Preventative Medical Errors Are On the Rise: How to Protect Yourself and When to File a Medical Malpractice Claim

According to research, medical errors rank number three in regard to the leading causes of death in the United States. These errors come in behind cancer and heart disease, and cause approximately 250,000 deaths annually according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). There are other studies that…

Top 5 Most Common Medical Malpractice Errors

For the most part doctors, nurses and other members of a medical staff – whether they work at a doctor’s office or a hospital – strive to do the best job they can. They know how much patients depend on them to treat what are…

Understanding Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is, to put it simply, a type of court-supervised payment plan. When you enter into this agreement, you will pay your unsecured and secured creditors each month, based on your income and any reasonable expenses. It is a court ordered reorganization…

Understanding Common Signs of Hospital Negligence

Cases of hospital negligence can result in serious injuries and, in some cases, patient death. If you or someone in your family has been injured because of hospital negligence, you may have the right to file a lawsuit. The results could entitle you to receive…

Should I File for Bankruptcy in Orlando?

The decision on whether or not to file some sort of bankruptcy is a big one and it will affect your finances and credit for years to come. And although the number of bankruptcies filed has been dropping in recent years, there were still over 800,000…

Wrongful Death: What You Need to Know

The death of a loved one is catastrophic, no matter what the circumstances. But if that death was caused by someone else – either intentionally or unintentionally – it can mean that the pain surrounding your loved one’s passing may just be getting started. If…

Should Orlando Hospital Ratings Affect Your Healthcare Decisions?

Apart from being known as one of the most fun and exciting vacation destinations in the world, central Florida is also home to some of the best hospitals regionally, as well as nationwide.  And Orlando hospital ratings are some of the best out of all…

Does the Age of the Victim Matter in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

In many situations, when someone is involved in an accident, it is not just the injury victim who is affected. While it may only be one person who is hurt in a car accident, bicycle accident, dog bite, or slip and fall, their entire family…

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