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What is Cross-Collateralization in Bankruptcy

What is Cross-Collateralization in Bankruptcy?  Individuals who apply for a loan and sign off on an application are responsible for all of the information which is contained in the agreement. However, many individuals do not read the small print when they sign loan...

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Debt Law North Carolina

Debt Law North Carolina If you are not willing or unable to pay off a debt voluntarily, the State of North Carolina has various legal means for a creditor to collect your debt. However, a creditor cannot immediately try and force you to pay the money which you owe....

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The Advantages of Filing for Bankruptcy

The Advantages of Filing for Bankruptcy  The decision to file for bankruptcy (either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13) is a difficult one for most people and is often seen as an option of last resort. This is because declaring bankruptcy can have a significant effect on your...

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The Benefits of Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The Benefits of Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Although filing for bankruptcy is often seen as a last resort for most people, filing actually has significant benefits and can often help people eliminate debts. Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows for the discharge of debt after...

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What Are You Entitled to after a Car Accident

What Are You Entitled to after a Car Accident? Following a motor vehicle accident that takes place in North Carolina, there are several items of damage that you may be eligible to pursue via settlement or filing a personal injury lawsuit. First, you may be able to...

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How to Sue After a Car Accident

How to Sue After a Car Accident The State of North Carolina is a ‘fault state’ in the context of motor vehicle accidents. This means that if you are injured in an accident that is caused by another driver’s negligence, you have the ability to file a personal injury...

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Your Legal Options after a Car Accident

Your Legal Options after a Car Accident If you are involved in a motor vehicle collision that was caused by another driver’s negligence, there are several legal options that may be open to you. First, you may have the option of settling your case with the at-fault...

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How Fault is Determined in an Auto Accident

How Fault is Determined in an Auto Accident When it comes to motor vehicle accidents, the state of North Carolina is a ‘fault state.’ This means that if you suffer injuries in a motor vehicle collision that is caused by another person’s negligence, you can file a...

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Rear-Ended by a Commercial Vehicle

Rear-Ended by a Commercial Vehicle?  If you are rear-ended in a motor vehicle collision by the driver of a commercial vehicle, you may have a legal claim against both the vehicle driver, as well as the company that employs the driver for damages. This is because a...

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North Carolina Personal Injury Damages

North Carolina Personal Injury Damages People can suffer personal injuries in a variety of ways. In some cases, a person may be injured if he or she is involved in a motor vehicle collision. At other times, a person can be injured in a pedestrian accident or a slip...

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