If you are injured at your workplace, you may have the right to collect workers' compensation benefits, and you may also have the right to sue. If you slipped and fell on the property of your employer, the accident will most likely be considered a work-related injury, but if you slipped and fell because of a third-party, you may also have the right to sue this person.
- Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy relief can be beneficial, as it helps you reorganize your debt into a three or five-year manageable repayment plan. When you own real estate, here are three benefits you can take advantage of during your Chapter 13 bankruptcy process. Keep Your Home's Equity and Your Home If you are considering filing bankruptcy, your first c
- Ending a business partnership can be difficult for a variety of financial and personal reasons. After helping to form the business or otherwise playing a central role in its successful operation, leaving can sometimes be complicated and messy for all involved. Luckily, there are things you can do to make the transition much easier for you and the other partners. Here
- When your debts are piled high and creditors are knocking at your door, there is very little you can do to get rid of these things if you do not have the money to pay them in full. There is one option that you should consider, which is filing bankruptcy. Bankruptcy may not be something you want to file, but it might be the only option you have if you are going through
- If your spouse has primary control of your joint finances and passes away suddenly, you may have trouble finding or consolidating all household financial accounts. One of the easiest ways to determine your outstanding debts is to run a free copy of both your and your spouse's credit reports. In some cases, these reports can reveal that your home is subject to a second