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Joel and I recently received an award for handling some big cases. Great! Most cases aren’t big cases. We handle all size cases but what we are seeing more frequently are cases where people don’t have enough insurance to cover the damages.

There are times in life when we need to let someone borrow our car, but we hesitate allowing them to use it because we don’t know if we can, or if we should. We wonder: 

Got an extra million dollars or two laying around? Curious what that’ll buy you here in the Shoals area? I’ve got your answer.

There have always been strong black women in American literature. Black life has been a struggle. “Life for me ain’t been no crystal stair…,” says, Mother to Son by Langston Hughes. To make it, these women heralded strength and honesty, and a belief in God, who will reward. Some of my favori…

If you’re concerned about how to rebuild credit after bankruptcy, you are far from alone. This is a question we hear often, both from people considering bankruptcy and from people who have already filed for bankruptcy and are now looking to build better financial futures. Fortunately, it is …

The most common way to qualify for Medicare is when you are turning 65. You will have a specific time period, set by Medicare, to enroll in Part A and Part B Medicare. This is known as the Initial Enrollment Period (IEP).

I was shocked, amazed, dumbfounded last week. No, not because Santa was good to me despite my evil ways, but because both sides of the political aisle worked together to implement a law that benefits all of us. The president signed the TRACED Act into law on December 30.

Happy New Year!! As we start a new decade, here are a couple of “legal” resolutions we should each make for the new year:

When I began working with Medicare health plans a few years ago it became obvious to me that people aging into Medicare were joining a health insurance program that they really didn’t understand. Although the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) do all they can to educate America…

Insurance fraud occurs when someone intentionally provides false information to an insurance company for money he or she is not entitled to receive. Fraud is a major issue for all types of insurance, costing Americans billions of dollars each year. And when it comes to car insurance fraud, i…

They came into the room together. One wearing her new long-sleeve, off-white sequined unicorn shirt with lace trimming the hem. The other wore her new long-sleeved, off-white (on the top) sequined Elsa dress with an icy blue skirt bottom with sparkles. These two little girls came into the ro…

Many people considering bankruptcy are concerned about their options for purchasing a home after bankruptcy. In many ways, qualifying for a loan after bankruptcy is no different from qualifying for a mortgage without a history of bankruptcy. That is, the lender’s determination will be based …

January 1st of each year is a time that many make resolutions to make changes in their lives. But it’s also a time that Medicare makes changes for the upcoming year. In 2020 there are a couple of changes in Medicare that everyone should know. The first is the Part B premium. Those of you who…

Q: I was in a wreck with a woman whose license was revoked. Doesn’t that automatically make the wreck her fault? My insurance company says it doesn’t and they won’t pay.

Support for Windows 7 will come to an end on January 14. I wrote about this impending deadline a couple of months ago but you people still bug me about it so we are going to have to have another talk. I’ve been inundated with calls from people who are worried that their computer will suddenl…

Dear Athletic Support: My son’s coach prays at athletic events. For the longest time, I didn’t think twice about this. I remember my own coach praying before games and after practices. I guess I just thought sports and Christianity went hand in hand, especially in the South. But my world was…