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Which is better a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

At our law firm we often get asked this question: What is better a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13? As with many legal questions, the answer to which is better is that “it depends.” However, knowing the difference between the two types of bankruptcy is key. Learn more below about the variations between the two…

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Driving Safety Tips

During any time of the year, but especially during the COVID-19 crisis, driving safely is important. While the roads across the nation are empty, many drivers chose to be more daring or even reckless when driving. This behavior has be reported by many police departments across the country. Remember to stay safe and do not…

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Summer Safety Tips for Motorcycle Enthusiasts

Summer is in the air. Riding a motorcycle in the open air and taking in the amazing scenery is something most bikers love. These incentives, while tempting and enjoyable, can also lead to accidents. As more bikers venture out on Pennsylvania roads, safety should become a larger concern. Motorcycle crashes in Pennsylvania resulted in 2,611…

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Is Bankruptcy Right For You If You’ve Been Laid Off?

Many people ask, is bankruptcy right for me when I have been laid off. The answer to this question depends on the circumstances of your case. However, this question, is even more important now, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Millions of Americans have lost their jobs as a result. More people than ever are at risk…

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Pedestrian Safety Tips

Nationwide there were more than 6,200 pedestrians killed on U.S. roads in 2018 – the highest death toll in nearly thirty years. Ninety pedestrians were killed in Pennsylvania during the first six months of 2018. Those figures are not looking good for Pennsylvania. In Pennsylvania, pedestrian deaths have crept up over the years — in…

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Staying Safe on Empty Highways During COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has contributed an ease in traffic, but an increase in speeding across the country. As only essential workers occupy Pennsylvania roads, less cars travel the roads. Due to the stay-at-home order, more people are walking or riding bicycles. The shutdown has encouraged drivers to behave recklessly. Police across the nation are reporting…

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