Bankruptcy can be a complicated process, and many people are intimidated by it. Gather the facts you need to make informed decisions in our free legal library. Our attorneys explain how Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy work, what the advantages and disadvantages are, and much more in these helpful articles. We also cover a variety of topics related to Nebraska injury claims.
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  • February 2016 Newsletter Read about Rob's workers' compensation story and get help with your New Year's resolutions.
  • November 2015 Newsletter Restoring your credit after a catastrophe (bankruptcy or otherwise), buckle up — for yourself, your family and your case, and 5 must-know facts if you are thinking about collecting social security.
  • September 2015 Newsletter I’m the injury victim - why aren’t they paying my medical bills? How to avoid financial hardship and the 5 biggest mistakes in estate planning.
  • May 2015 Newsletter Distracted driving, top 5 scams (and why they work), and your annual estate plan review checklist.
  • October 2014 Newsletter “Buckle up” — for yourself, your family & your case, tips for living within your means, and learn about Nebraska’s small estate affidavit.
  • July 2014 Newsletter What to do if you’re injured at work and is it time to review your estate plan?
  • May 2014 Newsletter Car insurance 101 (how to protect yourself), loan qualification after a catastrophe (it’s possible—even after a bankruptcy), and personal asset planning for retirement (you should come first).
  • March 2014 Newsletter How to determine what your claim is worth, 7 steps to improve your credit score and organizing and storing your estate planning information.
  • January 2014 Newsletter You may not need a lawyer to settle your injury claim (but, if you do—here’s how to choose a good one) and are there student loan debt payment options?
  • November 2013 Newsletter How to deal with the other guy’s insurance company (without hurting your claim), what is a gun trust and why you might need one.