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Avoid These Mistakes When Disputing Credit Report Errors

hand holding an error sign, credit repairConsumers have the right to dispute incorrect information contained in their credit reports, but it is important that consumers follow the right procedures when disputing these errors to achiev...

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How to Survive Driving in the City

cars running in city street, car accident lawyerFor drivers who are not used to busy streets, traffic jams, bumper-to-bumper congestion, a continuous array of traffic signals and signs, and large numbers of bicyclists an...

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Can Late Payments Be Reported After Bankruptcy Is Filed?

bankrupt words on blocks, fcra attorneyThere are certain guidelines that creditors must follow when a consumer files bankruptcy and it is a violation of the FCRA for creditors to report negative activity that occurred after the bankru...

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New Alert System Prevents Kids from Being Left Out in the Cold

baby sleeping in a car seat, injury lawyerAuto manufacturers have developed a new radio-based auto sensor that detects the presence of an unattended child left in a car and sends warning alerts to parents. The auto technology s...

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Who Pays for Research-Related Injuries

a female doing a clinic research, personal injury lawyerClinical research studies can pose risks such as illness, injury, adverse reactions, and even death to participants. Although most research-related study sponsors are willing to p...

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Pedestrian Barriers Make Their Way to the Strip

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Who Is Looking at Your Credit Score?

a top secret stamp, credit repairEntities with a legitimate interest can access an individual's credit report and score, but the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) regulates the reasons entities that may access this inform...

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What You Should Know About the Recent Equifax Data Breach

data securityFrom May to July of 2017, a security breach at Equifax compromised the personal and financial information of 145.5 million consumers exposing Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, drivers licenses, addre...

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Reaction Times Are Critical When You’re Behind the Wheel [infographic]

Motor vehicle drivers who cause or contribute to traffic accidents have longer reaction times to potential road dangers than other drivers. Although driver reaction times vary greatly between drivers and situations, safety experts suggest that drivers pay close attention to the time it takes to slow down and bring a vehicle to a safe stop.

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Are Debt Collectors Using Your Social Media Posts Against You?

social media apps on iPhone, fdcpa violation attorneyDebt collectors can use social media to conduct investigations on individuals who owe debts, but they cannot use the platforms to publicly shame debtors. Debt collection companies th...

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