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Monthly Archives: November 2019

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Bankruptcy on the Rise Among Seniors

By Barry S. Mittelberg |

When you think of bankruptcy, you probably think of it as an issue that affects only young people. After all, older people should be well-off financially. That may be what the majority of people think, but the statistics tell a different story. In 1991, seniors over the age of 65 made up just 2%… Read More »

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Slip and Fall Accidents in the Workplace

By Barry S. Mittelberg |

A slip and fall accident can happen in your home, outside or at a store or restaurant. They can even happen in the workplace. Many workplace accidents and injuries are caused by falls. They are especially common in the construction and health care industries, as well as in warehouses and retail establishments. Slips, trips… Read More »

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When Bankruptcy is an Option for Student Loan Debt

By Barry S. Mittelberg |

Student loan debt is a crisis in America. Americans owe a whopping $1.5 trillion due to loans to pay for their college education. The average borrower owes $28,650. Many people have trouble paying off this debt. While the minimum wage has risen slightly in recent years, good-paying jobs are still hard to come by…. Read More »

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