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Is Cashless Tolling Everything It’s Cracked up To Be?

Is Cashless Tolling Everything It’s Cracked up To Be?


The New York State Thruway Authority has implemented cashless tolling across the state of New York, and while they claim it has its benefits, not everyone sees it that way.

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Can the Government Take My Personal Injury Settlement?

Can the Government Take My Personal Injury Settlement?


If you are on Medicare, Medicaid, or other forms of public assistance, the government can take part or all of your personal injury settlement. Make sure you work with an attorney who understands these rules and regulations and will advocate for you.

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Buyer Beware: 4 Things to Know When Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer

Buyer Beware: 4 Things to Know When Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer


Do you believe lawyer ads on TV? If you’ve been injured in an accident or by a product, you’ll likely be looking for an attorney, but how do you know who to look for?

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6 Things You Should Know if Debt Collectors Are Harassing You

6 Things You Should Know if Debt Collectors Are Harassing You


Most Americans have been in debt at least once their lives. Sometimes these debts go unpaid, and if you miss several payments in a row, you might receive phone calls from debt collectors. Collections are a part of many businesses’ operations, but when debt collections become harassing, threatening or repeated, there are steps you can take.

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