• Our Policy

      We at Smith Rayl Law Office, LLC serve clients regardless of their race, gender, religion, national origin, ancestry, immigration status, disability, se ...

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    • Thank you, dear paralegal

      Here, a lawyer is heretical to question why employ expensive paralegal. Finally, the speech recognition is so good that you do not need it. And make the mail for shipment? Since you can take students. Can you do that? Lawyers provide services, they sell knowledge. Since the lawyer is right in his post. But to whom we sell because knowledge? To people. And the usually want personal contact.

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    • Can Bankruptcy Stop Wages from Being Garnished?

      We see many potential clients whose biggest issue is that their wages are being garnished by one or more creditors. The potential clients ask whether bankruptcy can stop the garnishments. The answer is yes! Wage garnishments can be devastating to someone who is struggling financially. Fortunately, when a debtor files bankruptcy, the automatic stay is put in place.

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  • The Tragedy of Backover Accidents

    Two children are killed every week from backover accidents – many times involving a parent or caregiver. Highways and intersections are not the only places prone to car accidents. A large number of car accidents also occur in and around parking lots. Considering the high rate of parking lot accidents, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced a rule for all ...

    Christopher Hoffmann/ St. Louis Car Accident Attorney- 1 readers -
  • Accounting Malpractice Case Filed After Bank Collapse

    Accounting Malpractice Case Filed After Bank Collapse A small Ohio credit union shut down by regulators in 2013 has spurred a major accounting malpractice case against the CPA firm charged with auditing its books. Regulators shut down the Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union in July 2013 after finding that it was insolvent.

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  • For Green Card Holders – Abandonment of Residence

    As a Miami immigration lawyer, I often receive questions from green card holders about what they can and cannot do. One of the most common questions that I receive is, “How long can I stay outside of the United States and still keep my status as a lawful permanent resident?” Below are the answers to this, and other frequently asked questions.

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 1 readers -
  • IRS Search Leads to Suicide

    This is a sad, sad story. It is a reminder of why the government must always be vigilant in how it conducts its business. Particularly, with how the IRS collects taxes and enforces the Tax Code. The story begins in 2007 and is still winding its way through the courts. A recent decision by a U.S. District Court Judge in Indiana, however, let the IRS off the hook.

    Due Diligence- 5 readers -
  • OSHA Regulations & Violations

    If an employer violates OSHA regulations and a worker is injured or killed as a result, our attorneys may be able to help. OSHA, also known as the Occupational Safety & Health Administration was formed in 1971 as a result of the passing of the OSH Act of 1970. This agency was created to protect workers from unsafe and dangerous work situations, especially those that work in ...

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 4 readers -
  • Cambridge Expands Succession Planning Partnership Program

    Cambridge Expands Succession Planning Partnership Program Posted on Monday, March 30, 2015 at 1:56 PM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Cambridge Investment Research Inc., an independent broker-dealer, is expanding a current offering by a sister company, Continuity Partners Group to provide capital for succession planning and acquisitions to its affiliated advisers.

    Eccleston Law Offices- 4 readers -
  • Can a Chicago DUI Defense Lawyer Suppress Evidence In a DUI Case?

    Can a Chicago DUI Defense Lawyer Suppress Evidence In a DUI Case? by Attorney Uche | Mar 30, 2015 | DUI Law News & Topics | The answer to the question posed above is “in some cases, yes.” When evidence is successfully suppressed, it is inadmissible in court, which can often lead prosecutors to drop cases or judges to dismiss them due to a legal insufficiency of evidence.

    criminaldefenseattorneyinchicago.com- 4 readers -
  • Credit Reporting Agencies Agree to Overhaul Consumer Records

    In what should turn out to be very good news for consumers throughout the country, an agreement was announced by all three of the major credit reporting agencies (Equifax, Experian, and Trans Union) (CRAs) with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. This agreement will change the way that the credit reporting agencies handle errors and list unpaid medical bills as part of ...

    Ron Sykstus/ Bond and Botes- 11 readers -
  • Does My Car Accident Injuries Have To Be Serious in Order to Sue?

    Does My Car Accident Injuries Have To Be Serious in Order to Sue? An actual injury is an essential element of any personal injury lawsuit. Sometimes, car accident victims may not think that their injuries are severe enough to justify a lawsuit. After all, car accident victims who are well-insured generally have any medical expenses or vehicle repairs paid for regardless of whe ...

    Bruning Legal- 5 readers -
  • Wrongful Death and the Value of Life

    Civil lawsuits are open to the public because they involve both public and private interests. The two main goals of any civil suit are deterrence and compensation. Deterrence serves the public interests, and compensation the private ones. Trials are generally held in a court near where the injuries occurred as it is felt that community has a particular interest in establishing ...

    David Beninger/ Luvera Law Firm- 4 readers -
  • Medical Debt Can Lead To Bankruptcy

    St. Louis Hospital And Medical Debt Lawyers Advocate For Your Rights Hospital bills and medical expenses can cause financial problems for any individual or family. Medical expenses can cause debt collectors and collection companies to contact you long after the hospital bill or medical expense arises. You have options in how to handle these medical expenses. At the Law Office of Kenneth P.

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  • What Forms Are Required To File For Bankruptcy?

    What Forms Are Required To File For Bankruptcy? Like most legal cases, a bankruptcy involves a large amount of paperwork. Specific forms must be completed and filed with the bankruptcy court1 within certain time frames in order to ensure that your bankruptcy case benefits you as much as possible.

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 6 readers -
  • How Common Are Diagnostic Errors?

    When we go to see our doctor, we trust him or her to accurately diagnose the problem and treat us. Unfortunately, diagnostic errors are dangerously common. Diagnostic errors can be defined as diagnosis that is missed, wrong or delayed, as detected by some subsequent test or finding. Many times, misread tests or X-rays can lead to a problematic misdiagnosis.

    Jess Gambacurta/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 4 readers -
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