The Professionals

  • Your Law Firm and Video Content: The Time Is Now

    … way to showcase the persuasive abilities and personalities of each of your attorneys as well. Testimonials Just as positive ratings on Yelp or Google weigh heavily on consumer decisions, testimonials can easily draw new clients in. Take the time to record short testimonials from former or current clients that happily worked with you and your firm…

    Stacey E Burke Blog- 18 readers -
  • What Happens in a Car Accident Investigation?

    … employed by lawyers and insurance companies. An accident reconstruction generally employs the laws of physics and engineering to determine a collision’s causation and contributing factors. Through recreating the event and collecting evidence, these professionals are able to provide clarity to the court. They can show, beyond a shadow of a doubt…

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 21 readers -
  • A Requiem for Private Prisons and a Last Call too.

    … that is done, the professionals can take over and prosecute the case. For a corrections officer making just over minimum wage, taking on a corporate giant sounds formidable. If you have the right lawyer, however, it is certainly possible and probably much easier than you imagine. About the author. Brian Mahany is a False Claims Act lawyer representing…

    Due Diligence- 12 readers -
  • Investor Alert: Tips to Avoiding Fraud for Senior Investors

    … database to research your investment professional FINRA’s BrokerCheck.com for researching registered persons Contact your state securities regulator Promises of High Returns Purported investment opportunities that guarantee high returns with little or no risk are classic warning signs of fraud. Every type of investment product comes with some…

    Eccleston Law Offices- 6 readers -
  • What If a Creditor Sends You a 1099-C

    … What If a Creditor Sends You a 1099-C Posted on Mar 29, 2016 By Robert Reese March 29, 2016 by Robert Reese This time of year my firm receives quite a few calls from current and former clients who have received a 1099-C document from a creditor. This is an IRS form that deals with debt that has been cancelled (hence the “C”) due to some event…

    Robert Reese/ Bond and Botes- 25 readers -
  • Walter Energy Gets Bankruptcy Court Approval to End Labor Agreements

    … tremendous concern for debtors who have been laid off and downsized out of a job and now find themselves seeking protection from their creditors. At Bond and Botes, we have the experience to guide you through the complex maze of Bankruptcy. If you are currently dealing with debt that seems overwhelming, facing foreclosure, repossession, garnishments, lawsuits, and credit card collections, turn to the professionals at Bond and Botes. Our firm has been helping good people going through bad times for more than 20 years. …

    Robert Reese/ Bond and Botes- 37 readers -
  • Five Famous Medical Malpractice Cases

    … Sizemore underwent surgery in 2006. two types of anesthesia were required for the operation, paralytic agents, to prevent him from moving or speaking during the operation, and inhalation anesthesia which would make him lose consciousness and prevent him from feeling the pain of the surgery. The first was administered correctly, but the second…

    Ethan Manning/ www.bluegrassjustice.com- 35 readers -
  • Two More Swiss Banks… FBAR Post

    … their sights on banks domiciled in other countries including the Bahamas, Caymans, India, Israel, Brazil, Luxembourg. If you have unfiled FBAR forms that are more then one-year delinquent, contact an experienced IRS tax lawyer immediately. As noted above, failure to file an FBAR may be a felony and usually always carries stiff civil penalties…

    Due Diligence- 13 readers -