Ways You Can Prove Fault in a Car Accident

Car Accidents When people get into car accidents, one or both of the following result: (1) property damage to vehicles and (2) injury to one or more people involved. Because both outcomes typically require substantial amounts of money be doled out to fix or heal the harm caused, there are…READ MORE

Common Causes of New Jersey Automobile Accidents

Automobile accidents can be a result of any number of factors: weather, equipment failure, speed, unfamiliarity with the road. However, there are many other accidents that occur on New Jersey’s roads and highways that are not so seemingly innocuous; rather, they are a result of the negligent actions of another…READ MORE

What to Do After an Automobile Accident

At the worst, car accidents are traumatic. At the least, an accident will derail your immediate plans and force you to deal with the aftermath. It’s natural to want to minimize the ordeal directly following an accident and get on with your day, but it’s important to resist the urge.…READ MORE

Common Questions About Bankruptcy in New Jersey

If you find yourself in serious debt with no foreseeable way out, you can find yourself feeling very “doom and gloom.” Luckily, there are options for people who are seriously financially suffering to escape the endless spiral of interest and debt payments. Bankruptcy is available to most individuals in order…READ MORE

New Jersey Car Accidents and Police Reports

If you find yourself in a New Jersey car accident, you are usually required by law to have a police report filed. The only situations in which this is not the case is when there were no injuries, deaths, or property damage beyond $500. These reports will be generated by…READ MORE

What Bankruptcy Can and Cannot Do

Sometimes we have to take out loans or purchase things on credit to get something we need or want. Financial struggles can happen to anyone, but when those loans and credit cards start racking up interest, things can get dangerous. If you fall on hard times and can’t pay back…READ MORE

Bouncing Back From Bankruptcy

A past bankruptcy is perhaps the single worst stain a person could obtain on his or her credit report. A past bankruptcy declaration can obliterate a previously good credit score and can stay on your credit report for years afterwards. The ramifications of having a past bankruptcy on your credit…READ MORE

Why Are So Many Americans Over 65 Declaring Bankruptcy?

In a recent study published by the Social Science Research Network, it was reported that bankruptcy rates among America’s elderly population are more than doubling. Specifically, the study found that the rate of Americans over 65 years old filing for bankruptcy has increased by 204% from 1991 to 2016. Moreover,…READ MORE

Types of Debts in Bankruptcy in New Jersey

When you are swimming in unpayable debt, filing for bankruptcy may be a viable option to help prevent harassment by creditors and an inability to make a living. During bankruptcy proceedings, the way your different debts will be treated will depend on several factors including the type of bankruptcy you…READ MORE