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Bankruptcy & Tax Refunds

During tax season, many American households are looking forward to receiving their refund from the IRS1 in the mail or in their bank account. However, if you have filed for bankruptcy or are planning to file for bankruptcy in the near future, you may worry that your tax refund is in jeopardy. Whether or not …

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Dog Bite Dangers

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that nearly 900,000 people seek medical attention for injuries sustained in dog bite incidents each year. In many cases, a dog bite injury involves simple lacerations or bruising that will heal with little or no medical intervention. In others, however, dog bites result in …

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Distracted Driving

Drivers can act in a negligent manner and cause accidents in numerous different ways. One of the most negligent acts on the road is driving while distracted. The following is some information regarding distracted driving1 and how victims can recover. Types of Common Distractions Drivers may engage in many different types of distractions, including the …

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Chapter 7 To Keep Your Home

Many people who are having financial problems have gotten behind on their monthly bills, sometimes including their mortgage payment. When people get sufficiently behind on their mortgage payment, their lender has the option of foreclosing on their home, meaning that the bank will take possession of the house and sell it order to satisfy the …

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St. Louis Unemployment Benefits

Under Missouri law,1 some of the many requirements to be eligible for unemployment benefits in St. Louis are that you are “able, available, and actively seeking work.” Being “able” means that you have the physical and mental capabilities needed to perform a job. Being “available” means that you have the ability to immediately accept offered employment …

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a reported1 126,438 deaths occurred in the United States in one year due to unintentional injuries. Such deaths are often sudden and completely unexpected, leaving surviving family members shocked and grieving. Additionally, if the deceased was a provider of financial support or child care for …

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Medical Malpractice in St. Louis

Doctors are held to a high standard of care1 because they quite often have the lives of their patients at risk. Unfortunately, doctors can make mistakes and act negligently, sometimes causing additional injuries. The following are common scenarios out of which a medical malpractice suit may arise: Wrong or delayed diagnosis due to failure to …

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Red Light Traffic Camera

The legal status and validity of tickets issued by red light cameras has been in question for some time in Missouri. Under the terms of a proposed settlement of a class action settlement, nearly 900,000 people who received the tickets may be eligible for a partial refund of any fines that were paid. The lawsuit …

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IRS, MO State Govt Crackdown on Unemployment Claims

The Crack Down Begins The State of Missouri is teaming up with the IRS to crack down on fraudulent unemployment claims.  In 2014, over 4,500 unemployment claims were filed, and more than $19.7 million in overpaid benefits were paid in 2013.  The State of Missouri is actively seeking to recover the overpaid benefits with the …

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Means Test and Bankruptcy

Deciding to file for bankruptcy is a big decision and should always be made with the assistance and advice of a qualified St. Louis bankruptcy attorney. However, deciding to file is only the first step of the sometimes complex bankruptcy process. If you are considering bankruptcy, you should always have the guidance of an experienced …

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