What Do I Need to Know About Debt Settlers?

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A debt settlement company is a company that is going to offer for a fee to settle your debts for you. Credit cards, medical bills, things like that, but here’s the deal. They are going to ask for their fee up front. They may try to work with your creditors, they may not, but you … Continued

Dangers of Transvaginal Mesh Products

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Over the last several years, there have been an increasing number of claims against companies that manufacture transvaginal mesh. The FDA recognizes that there are a number of risks associated with these mesh products and therefore, has reclassified it as a Class III device, although they have neglected to recall it altogether. If you believe … Continued

What should I know about the reaffirmation of a mortgage?

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A lot of clients come to our firm and ask whether or not they can reaffirm their mortgage. Super technically, you can only reaffirm as to personality, which is a fancy way of saying assets other than land. A mortgage is a lien on land, so it can’t be reaffirmed, right? Well, maybe. When you get a mortgage, … Continued

What Should I Do If My Bank Account Has Been Frozen by Creditors?

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If your bank account has been frozen, it’s been what lawyers call levied. Meaning the court officer has sent the bank some paperwork saying don’t let any money out of this account until everybody gets a chance to go to court and see how it should be divvied up. It’s usually because of a judgment. … Continued

Cases Against Mirena IUD

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Bayer Pharmaceuticals, the manufacturer of the intrauterine device Merina, has faced a number of lawsuits as a result of the severe consequences women have experienced after using this form of contraception. While many women choose IUD’s as a form of contraception, there may be serious consequences associated with certain brands including Mirena such as migration … Continued