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3 Reasons To Use A Bail Bond Agency After Going To Jail

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When you’ve found yourself in jail, hours can seem like days. Instead of prolonging this process, you should consider getting help from a bail bond agency. They can help you with this unfortunate legal scenario in the following ways.  1. Speed Up the Release Process  Spending time in jail is not a fun process and something you shouldn’t take lightly. You’re not only in an uncomfortable environment with no form of entertainment; you might share a cell with other inmates that are less than outstanding citizens.…

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4 Points To Cover In An Insurance Claim Letter

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After a car accident, you are going to need to work with an adjuster to determine what your settlement should be. Before a settlement is offered, you can present an insurance claim letter. In this letter, you are letting your insurance agency know what happened and what you want to get as a settlement offer. There are four different elements you should stress in your insurance claim letter. #1 Car Accident Liability…

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Being Approved For SSDI/SSI: 4 Tips

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SSDI or SSI, usually called “disability insurance,” is insurance provided by the Social Security Administration to those who cannot work because of a physical or mental disability. If your disability is making it harder and harder to provide for yourself, you may apply for these benefits yourself. However, it’s not a given that you’ll be approved. For that reason, these social security SSI tips are worthwhile. 1. Don’t Collect Unemployment…

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Choosing A Bail Bondsman Who's On Your Side

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If you or a loved ends up in jail for any reason, it is very likely that you will need to post bail to secure a release as your case is determined. Failure to do this means that you will have to stay in jail for the entire duration that it will take for your court case to come to a close. No one would like to get stuck in jail for any duration, and family and loved ones will usually do whatever it takes to secure your release as you await your court case.…

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How Circumstantial Evidence Can Prove Intent To Sell Illegal Drugs

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The police don’t have to catch you in the act of selling drugs to charge you with the crime; they can use circumstantial evidence. Here are some of the ways in which circumstantial evidence can prove possession with intent to sell: You Had Large a Quantity of Drugs The more drugs you have the more likely you are to be charged with possession with intent to sell. This is especially true with drugs that are usually taken in small quintiles (mostly the extremely potent ones), such as crack cocaine.…

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Four Little Known Ways To Repair Credit After Bankruptcy

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Many times, after filing for bankruptcy, people believe that the best thing to do is to avoid credit accounts for at least the first seven years. This is a huge misconception about bankruptcy that is going to hurt you more than it will help. Here are four little-known ways you can get started on repairing your credit: Debt to Credit Ratio Matters Most: The one thing that matters most that people don’t realize is the debt to credit ratio.…

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Informal Separation Not Working Out? 4 Reasons You Need To Formalize The Agreement

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If you and your spouse have decided to call it quits, it’s time to work out the formal separation agreement. You might think that an informal agreement will work well, but that’s not necessarily the truth. In fact, a separation agreement will help you avoid serious problems with your divorce. Before you go any further with your divorce, here are four reasons why you should talk to an attorney about a formal separation agreement.…

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Things To Be Thankful For: Is Your Divorce Attorney One Of Them?

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When all is said and done, and you sit down to a Thanksgiving meal with your family sans the ex-spouse, what are you thankful for? Clearly, you might be thankful that you are no longer married. You might even be thankful that you have someone new in your life too, although it might be too fresh to tell. Here is another thing, or rather, person, for who you are thankful; your divorce attorney.…

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3 Things You Must Have To File For Workers' Comp

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Going through a dispute at work over an injury can be stressful. There are many people who feel that they deserve restitution from their employer, but don’t get what they deserve because they either didn’t know how to properly file the claim, or they were denied the claim for various reasons. Here are some things you need to know about proving fault on the part of your work and getting them to pay for it:…

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Closing A File: Creating A Checklist That Works For You

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For an attorney or a paralegal, one of the most exciting times is when a file is being closed. Once you have finished up on a case, while hopefully being successful in the process, it is time to start closing the file. In order to best close a file, there are some steps you should follow so that everything is properly squared away. Whether you do this yourself or have someone close files for you, it is crucial that you have a written policy on how this should be done.…

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