In mid-November, a multi-car crash occurred in the Memphis area. One man was critically injured in the wreck. Following motor vehicle accidents, the state of Tennessee allows victims to seek compensation for their losses, under the right circumstances. This means that this man and his loved ones may pursue civil claims against the party or parties thought responsible for the collision.
When debt becomes too much for a person or family to handle, looking for relief from one's financial obligations is a normal thing to do. There are a lot of options out there, but which is the best? The answer to that question will be different for everyone. For Tennessee residents who think bankruptcy is the right way to go, taking a means test can help them figure out for which type of bankruptcy they may qualify.
Truck accidents occur all too frequently on Tennessee roadways. When they do, victims or -- in the event of fatality -- their surviving family members may have questions about how they can go about seeking compensation for their losses. The truth is, victims of motor vehicle accidents or their families often achieve relief through settlement agreements. Litigation is not always required.
No one likes to deal with debt collectors. Their goal is to collect money. They do not care about the people they are collecting from, do not care if they are seeking the proper amount and do not care if they are harassing the wrong people. Individuals in Tennessee who are dealing with debt collectors and unfair debt collection practices may turn to a bankruptcy law attorney for assistance in seeking relief.
Every year, numerous Tennessee residents are involved in automobile accidents. Those who are at fault may find themselves facing court costs, fines and having to pay restitution to victims. If this happens to you, failure to pay could cost you your driver's license. Bankruptcy may be able to help you with your debt obligations and allow you to keep your license.