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Seven Reasons to Push a Lawsuit After Being in an Accident

An individual who is injured in an accident because of the negligence of someone else needs to seriously consider the prospect of filing a lawsuit against the negligent individual. In fact, seven fundamental reasons exist for a person to pursue … Continue reading

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Challenging Your Brain Keeps It Sharp As You Age

Seniors, want to keep your brain as “young” as possible? Challenge it with new tasks as you age. That was the conclusion reached by a new study that was detailed in an article in the Dallas Morning News. I encourage … Continue reading

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Thinking of the Senior Years

 A time comes in everyone’s life when they start giving serious thought to their senior years, and especially to their life after retirement. The key to ensuring a stress-free retirement is to plan for it adequately. Planning for retirement There … Continue reading

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Firms Specialize in Helping Older Adults Into New Homes

Moving is hard enough when you’re young. For senior citizens it’s even more troublesome. Older people frequently have more “stuff” to move, and usually are moving to a smaller place — whether a downsized house or an assisted living facility. Fortunately, … Continue reading

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Long-Term Care Crisis Prompts More Aggressive Collection Tactics

Insurance Industry Expert Shares Tips for Protecting Your Family from “Filial” Support Laws Most people do not understand filial support laws, which are spreading to more states – 28 and counting, says insurance industry expert Chris Orestis. “We’re living longer, … Continue reading

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How To Ensure You Are Not A Victim Of An Auto Insurance Scam

It’s easy to be a victim of an auto insurance scam. If a person is involved in an accident or needs to secure coverage in a bind, the person can fall victim to practically any type of scam. Here are … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Digital Estate After Death

Estate law has roots that go back a thousand years into the British legal system, but the changes in technology are flipping these laws on their ear. The average American’s digital footprint is valued around $55,000, notes the Loyola University … Continue reading

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New E-Book, ‘Help on the Way,’ Explores Long-Term Health-Care Funding

Chris Orestis, senior health-care advocate and CEO of Life Care Funding, (http://ebook.lifecarefunding.com/), has published a new free e-book, “Help on the Way,” which details the slowly unfolding crisis happening now in the United States: a “Silver Tsunami” of aging Americans … Continue reading

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How to Avoid Fumbling the Football in the Red Zone of Retirement

The 6 Documents You Need for Your Estate Plan Playbook The start of football season may be months away, but the game’s on the minds of many after the NFL draft. Minicamps are gearing up and team personnel are organizing … Continue reading

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Long-Term Care Crisis Prompts More Aggressive Collection Tactics

Insurance Industry Expert Shares Tips for Protecting  Your Family from “Filial” Support Laws Most people do not understand filial support laws, which are spreading to more states – 28 and counting, says insurance industry expert Chris Orestis. “We’re living longer, … Continue reading

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