How Can The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act Help Me?

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The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act is a law, it’s only in the state of New Jersey, that is designed to protect people who buy stuff. When I say people I mean businesses, individual people because the term fraud is probably overused, and the name of the law doesn’t actually describe what it was designed … Continued

How Can No-Fault Insurance Help Me?

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One of the things that clients worry about is medical bill payment when they are involved in a car accident. Medical expenses can add up depending on the severity of your injuries whether it be because of doctor’s appointments, surgeries or physical therapy rehabilitation. Those concerns are only escalated when they don’t have medical insurance … Continued

How to Deal With A Foreclosure

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A foreclosure is the process where your mortgage company takes back the title to your house. Title is a legal term and essentially means who owns what. I have title to my house. If I look it up in the town’s records, you see my name right next to it just like yours. In New … Continued

What’s Important to Know About Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

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A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the bankruptcy where you propose a re-payment plan. Now, the difference between a Chapter 13 and a Chapter 7 is in a Chapter 13 you propose a plan to repay some creditors. For example, you are behind on your mortgage but you want to keep your house, you can force … Continued

What If The Other Driver In An Accident Doesn’t Have Insurance?

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One of the most unfortunate things is to be involved in a car accident with a driver that does not have insurance. However, if that occurs, not all hope is lost. If you have an automobile insurance policy or live with someone who does, chances are you have what is known as uninsured motorist coverage … Continued