What Should I Do If I’m Injured in an Automobile Accident?
If you are injured in an automobile accident, the first thing you should do is call 911. Not only will the paramedics arrive to attend to your injuries, but a police officer will arrive to report the accident. The police officer will gather all pertinent information, such as who was at fault in the accident, […]Continue reading
What Should I Expect if I Hire an Encino Automobile Accident Attorney to Represent Me in My Auto Accident?
If you are injured in an automobile accident and decide to hire an attorney, then here are a few things you need to know. First and foremost, any information you disclose to your attorney is confidential. This is based on the attorney/client privilege. As such, it is in your best interest to disclose all of […]Continue reading
Why should I hire Attorney Anthony Girgis for my Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
Attorney Anthony Girgis understands your needs and is compassionate about your financial situation. His customer service skills are above and beyond other attorneys in the profession. He is here to help you out in every step of the process. He has helped many clients in similar financial situations get through this difficult period. He has […]Continue reading
Can my credit card company sue me after my bankruptcy debts are discharged in my bankruptcy?
No. The Automatic Stay under the Bankruptcy Codes protects you from any lawsuits your credit card company would file against you. The Automatic Stay also prevents the credit card company from contacting you via telephone, email, or mail after your debts have been discharged in your bankruptcy. If you would like to know your options and know whether […]Continue reading
Can I Eliminate My Credit Card Debts in a Bankruptcy?
Many people file for bankruptcy due to credit card debts. While there are some exceptions (such as fraud), most credit card debts can be discharged in your Chapter 7 bankruptcy. When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, most of your credit card debts are viewed as a non-priority unsecured debts. As such, these credit card […]Continue reading
What is Prop 213 in California?
If you are injured while operating a vehicle that does not have automobile insurance coverage and your injury was the result of another person’s negligence, you will not be entitled to recover compensation for your pain and suffering. The recovery of your case will be limited to compensation for your medical expenses and property damage. […]Continue reading
Thinking about filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
If you are overwhelmed with credit card debts and are unable to pay your minimum payments, Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be an option. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed to help eliminate your unsecured credit card debts and allow you to “start fresh.” If you would like to know your options and know whether or […]Continue reading
Uninsured motorist coverage on an automobile insurance policy
The purpose of having uninsured motorist coverage on your automobile insurance policy is to protect you in two situations. The first situation is when the person who caused the accident does not have automobile insurance. The second situation is when the person who caused the accident has automobile insurance, but the policy limits are not […]Continue reading
341(a) Meeting of Creditors
After filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you are required to attended a 341(a) meeting of creditors. At this meeting of creditors, you will appear in front of the Chapter 7 trustee that has been assigned to your bankruptcy case. In order for the trustee to examine your bankruptcy petition and schedules, you are required to present […]Continue reading
Contingency Fees in Personal Injury Cases
Contingency fees in a personal injury automobile accident means that the attorney is only paid if and when the case settles or when there is a judgment in favor of the injured client. Contingency fees are generally a percentage of the total amount recovered on behalf of the client. In most cases, there is a range […]Continue reading