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Posted on September 13, 2019 in
If you suffer damage to your spinal cord, you can suffer from severe consequences to your quality of life, mobility, and checkbook. Depending on the details of your injury, you may require surgeries, rehabilitative treatments, therapy, and mobility equipment to recover. Because spinal cord injuries have a massive impact on your life, their lawsuits can...
Posted on May 15, 2019 in
Medical professionals have a legal and professional responsibility to prevent harm to their patients. This means meeting each patient’s standard of care for his or her medical condition. When a medical professional such as a doctor, surgeon, anesthesiologist, or psychiatrist makes an error in treating a patient, he or she could face liability for a...
Posted on April 17, 2019 in
Leasing a vehicle is a great alternative to buying. Drivers can lease newer models for less than the cost of buying without worrying about vehicle maintenance or committing to a single car for the next 10 years. Dealerships today lease about 3 in 10 cars that leave the lot, according to U.S. News. What many...
Posted on October 19, 2016 in
Government relief programs designed to help homeowners keep their homes will come to a close at the end of December. Homeowners in Nevada that are currently underwater or facing foreclosure should act immediately to take advantage of these programs before they fade away. The Making Home Affordable Program (MHA) This program includes three primary components;...
Posted on September 6, 2016 in
A new rule by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that bans mandatory arbitration clauses in nursing home contracts of nursing homes that receive funding through Medicaid or Medicare helps to preserve the rights of nursing home abuse victims to sue. The rule will go into effect on Nov. 28, 2016, and it will apply to nearly all Las Vegas and Nevada nursing homes since most accept funding from Medicare and Medicaid for their residents. Most nursing homes have required residents and their families to sign mandatory arbitration agreements before the homes would accept the residents, which is especially problematic when disputes involve abuse or neglect.
Posted on July 10, 2016 in
Last Fall, Nevada’s foreclosure rates ranked among the highest in the nation; many of these foreclosures could have been prevented via a loan modification with the lender. Modifying a loan with the lender allows the borrower to remain in possession of the property while new terms are laid out and agreed to. Homeowners who at...
Posted on November 18, 2013 in
The debt buying and collection industry has been growing for years. Increasing at even greater rate it seems is the prevalence of fraudulent and untraceable debt collection companies. These companies call consumers and threaten legal action will be taken, often within 24-48 hours if the consumer does not return their call and make a payment. ...