Can Collection Agencies Keep Calling Me About A Debt That No Longer Is Legally Enforceable?

Collection Calls In Which Bankruptcy Had Not Been Filed. Debts That Are Beyond The Statute Of Limitations: Assuming you have not filed for bankruptcy and the statute of limitations is expired on your debt, the creditor is legally prevented from bringing a legal action against you to recover the debt. The debt is considered time-barred by the statute of limitations. Note however, some states have Read more…

California’s End Of Life Option Law – 2017 Update

Update On End of Life Report From California’s Department of Public Health End of Life Option Act According to California’s Department of Public Health, over one hundred people died under California’s newly enacted End of Life Option Act which went into effect on June 9, 2016. Under this law, a mentally competent adult is eligible to Read more…

Floor Water Damage Caused By Hurricane – Flood Insurance Coverage

Floor Water Damage Caused By Hurricane  The most common sources of floor water damage for which homeowner and secondary insurance may cover normally arises from such things as broken pipes, sump-pump and water heater failures. However, floor water damage including structural damage that is caused by hurricanes and other forms of natural disasters (called “Acts Read more…

Can You Die From A Broken Heart?

Yes. It’s Called Broken Heart Syndrome It has been said, that sharp are the arrows of a broken heart, yet few of us could imagine such a wound could actually kill us. But it can.The clinical name for this is called, “Takotsubo Syndrome.” It’s also known as Broken Heart Syndrome. Takotsubo Syndrome – The Shape Of A Read more…

Out Of Work – Arizona Work Injuries And Accidents – Financial Hardship

Financial Hardship From Work Injuries And Accidents – Arizona Over half of all Medical Bankruptcy filings are caused either by accidents in the workplace or personal injuries suffered outside the work place. In either case, you need to investigate whether you are eligible for compensation. The first step is to contact a qualified work injury attorney that can Read more…

Penalties For Possession And Trading In Child Pornography – Federal Law

  Federal Law – Five Year Mandatory Prison For Possession And Trading Child Pornography – Not Including Penalty Enhancements Which Can Drive Sentencing Terms To Life In Prison – State Laws Differ Widely Under 2017 Federal Mandatory Sentencing Guidelines, possession and trading child pornography with others carries a mandatory minimum prison sentence of five years. Penalty enhancements, Read more…

Using The Uniform Commercial Code To Prove Motor Home and RV Defect Cases

Proving Van, Motor Home Product Defect Cases – The UCC Expands Consumer Protections By Expanding Scope Of Liability The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), is the codified set of commercial laws that govern the purchase and sale of “goods” and which include, by definition, the sale of vans, motor homes and other types of recreational vehicles. This Read more…

Arbitrating Motor Home-RV Claims – Types Of Defects – Online Resources

Lemon Law – Arbitrating Motor Home-RV Defect Claims How Is Defect Defined? There are additional consumer protections in some states which legally require the buyer and seller to arbitrate their motor home defect disputes and allows the motor home buyer to pursue not only economic damages, but also punitive damages, assuming the buyer can prove convincing Read more…

Lemon Law – Defective Motor Homes, Recreational Vehicles And High-End Vans

Lemon Law Relating To Motor Homes And Vans – Class A and B Recreational Vehicles It is common for “Motor Homes” to be referred to class A or B type “Recreational Vehicles” (RV’s). This can be confusing. For purposes of this article, we are using the term “Motor Home-RV” to include either A or B Read more…

Executive Order Eliminating Regulation – January 30, 2017

Trumps Order To Reduce Regulation Abstract: This order directs federal agencies to eliminate two regulations for every one new regulation proposed. The executive order directs the head of each regulatory agency to calculate and maintain the cost reductions within their agency and will be required to present them for executive review. Executive Order Of January 30, Read more…