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Will I Lose My Property in Bankruptcy?

By Lance Brown & Associates |

If you are struggling with consumer debt, such as credit card bills, medical expenses, student loans, and one or more mortgages, you may be wondering whether declaring bankruptcy is a viable option. Bankruptcy helps hundreds of thousands of people across the country get out from under crippling debt every year. Many people considering bankruptcy… Read More »

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How Long Does Bankruptcy Stay on Your Credit Report?

By Lance Brown & Associates |

One of the biggest concerns many people have regarding bankruptcy is its potential effect on their credit report. While filing for bankruptcy will affect your credit, it will not last forever. After filing for bankruptcy, you can immediately start building your credit back up. Moreover, the bankruptcy will disappear entirely from your credit report… Read More »

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Payday Lending: What is it, and is it Illegal?

By Lance Brown & Associates |

If you have ever struggled to make ends meet while waiting for a paycheck to arrive, you might have thought about “payday lending.” Depending on what you have heard, you might think it sounds too good to be true, or you may already think it is a despicable practice that is, or should be,… Read More »

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How Do I Protect My Home in Bankruptcy?

By Lance Brown & Associates |

One of the biggest concerns for individuals considering bankruptcy is losing their home. Many debtors believe that filing for bankruptcy, particularly Chapter 7 bankruptcy, will lead to a bankruptcy trustee selling their home in order to pay off their debts. While Chapter 7 bankruptcy could theoretically involve selling property to repay debts, in reality,… Read More »

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Will I Lose My Property in Bankruptcy?

By Lance Brown & Associates |

Thousands of people around the country face financial hardship on a daily basis as a result of consumer debt. Whether you are dealing with a mortgage, medical bills, car payments, a high credit card balance, or other forms of debt, you may be considering whether bankruptcy is the right option for obtaining financial freedom…. Read More »

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How to Avoid Stage 4 Bedsores

By Lance Brown & Associates |

One of the key, baseline duties of any nursing home, home health care aid worker, or any long-term care facility is to ensure that elderly, disabled, or otherwise enfeebled patients and residents are not left immobile for extended periods of time. When a person rests on a couch, sits in a chair, or stays… Read More »

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What Are the Types of Nursing Home Abuse?

By Lance Brown & Associates |

Nursing home abuse and neglect can take many forms. Some are more obvious, while other forms of abuse may be harder to detect. If you recognize any signs of abuse, it is important to act as soon as possible to protect your vulnerable loved one. Get them to a safe space and speak with… Read More »

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Who is Liable After a Nursing Home Fall?

By Lance Brown & Associates |

Every year, thousands of residents of nursing homes and long-term care facilities are injured in accidental falls. Slips, trips, and falls can be dangerous at the best of times, but for elderly and disabled individuals, they are even worse: Nursing home residents can shatter their hips, break wrists, or suffer traumatic head and brain… Read More »

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How to Prevent Bedsores in Nursing Homes

By Lance Brown & Associates |

Bedsores are uncomfortable, unsanitary, and dangerous skin lesions that people may develop if they are immobile for too long over an extended period. Bedsores are preventable with proper care and should not happen. If your loved one is a resident in a nursing home or other long-term care facility and you discover that they… Read More »

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Can I Sue a Nursing Home for Negligence if I Signed an Arbitration Agreement?

By Lance Brown & Associates |

It has become common practice for nursing home contracts (as well as contracts for many other consumer services) to include a provision requiring the resident and their family to handle any future dispute with arbitration rather than via lawsuit. These arbitration clauses require an individual to waive their right to file a lawsuit for… Read More »

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