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Debt Settlement 101: How to Get Out of Your Debt Today

Debt Settlement 101: How to Get Out of Your Debt Today If you’re in the middle of a financial crisis with creditors down at your throat and almost nothing in your pocket, know that it isn’t the end of the road yet. Now can be a frustrating time, especially if you’ve got bills to pay and responsibilities to take care of. If you’re looking for debt settlement in AZ, Jenkins Law Firm PLLC can help. Before you get into debt settlement, it helps to know the many complexities that surround it and if it really is the best option for you....

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The Best Way to Go from No Credit to Good Credit

The Best Way to Go from No Credit to Good Credit  Building good credit is a catch-22 situation; how can you build credit when no one is willing to lend without a credit history? The truth is, there are some strategies that you can take to gradually build and establish a decent credit history and, subsequently, make you a viable applicant and potential candidate for lenders. In addition to getting a free credit report to understand how you look to lenders, below are a few things that you can do to establish and build good credit so that you can get the...

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St. Patrick’s Day and Personal Injuries

St. Patrick's Day and Personal Injuries Tuesday, March 17th numerous people will get their fill of alcoholic beverages and gather in bars to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Due to the vast number of drinkers on St. Patrick’s Day, it’s a dangerous time to drive a vehicle as many accidents can occur. Being aware of those around you and drinking responsibly are the two best ways to avoid injury on St. Patrick’s Day if driving cannot be avoided. Avoid the hassle caused by being in a car accident by considering the following points on St. Patrick’s Day; Drunk Driving Despite the illegality of driving...

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Stay Safe this Spring with Personal Injury Protection

Stay Safe this Spring with Personal Injury Protection Whether it’s a pothole in the road or a driver spinning out of control, there is no telling what danger you might have happen. And while the ideal situation would be that you wouldn’t need any protection from this danger, the truth is that not being protected could lead to a variety of different problems. For example, not having health insurance might mean that you end up with a hefty amount of medical bills if something happened. And while not having medical coverage might be a big problem, not having legal protection may...

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Don’t Let Bankruptcy Ruin Your Christmas

Don’t Let Bankruptcy Ruin Your Christmas With Christmas right around the corner, it’s most certainly a time for giving. Whether it’s something simple for your co-workers, or something more elaborate for those you love, holiday cheer is alive and well when it comes to giving gifts. Unfortunately, this may not be the case if you have a bankruptcy looming over your head. In today’s economy, bankruptcy is still something that many households have to worry about. You never know what sort of problems life is going to bring you, and the financial burden that it takes on your life can be incredibly difficult...

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Why do you need an attorney after an accident?

Why do you need an attorney after an accident? 1.  Because that attorney and their staff will understand the law better than you and can apply that knowledge to your particular facts to best help you.  For example, many insurance companies for the at fault party in a car accident will not pay you compensation for being deprived of the use of your vehicle after an accident unless you obtain a rental car.  This is not correct; the proper damages here are rental expense or "loss of use" if you don't obtain a rental car for whatever reason.  Caselaw in Arizona...

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