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How can you determine fault and liability in a car accident?

Automobiles are heavily relied on in today's society. Most residents in Pennsylvania are likely to have at least one personal vehicle. While motor vehicles are reliable and relatively safe mode of transportation, they are also the cause of numerous dangers and risks on the roadway. Even when a motorist is traveling safely and by the rules of the road, this does not protect them from the negligence or recklessness of others on the road. When a driver fails to uphold their duty to drive safe, this could be the cause of a very serious or fatal collision.

Former NBA player files for personal bankruptcy

Financial problems tend to sneak up on people. They have the tendency of impacting individuals in a big way, and some residents in Pennsylvania are completely overwhelmed by the situation. Thus, individuals suffering from debt problems often seek out ways to address or resolve them. While many think that average individuals and families more often experience this situation, it is a situation that could impact people of all incomes and wealth. Therefore, filing for personal bankruptcy is an option that could be very resourceful for all.

Is it possible to write off credit card debt?

Many Pennsylvania residents own at least one credit card. While these devices can be useful, they can also be the cause of financial hardships. Life can bring unexpected challenges, and some individuals rely on credit cards to address bills they cannot pay, such as medical bills. Although some consumers can overcome these uses of credit cards, others might find themselves in overwhelming debt. In these situations, individuals are left deciding how to move forward and address their debts.

Why would you want to modify your mortgage?

Buying a home is a major purchase, and residents in Pennsylvania may not consider the negative events in life that could impact their dream to own a home. But the unfortunate reality is that financial problems could occur. Whether it is due to a job loss, health issues or a reduction in income, this could significantly impact and individual or family's ability to make timely mortgage payments. Additionally, a homeowner could be faced with the possibility of foreclosure, but they do not want to file for bankruptcy just yet. Are there other options an individual could take to get back on track and keep their home?

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