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How amputation can result in a claim for medical negligence

Monday, October 15, 2012

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If you have undertaken surgery for an amputation, you will need to confront the situation.  Unfortunately, this can be compounded if you find out that an unnecessary amputation has taken place or that it was performed negligently. In this case, you will likely be wondering what you can do about it. Suing the NHS is […]

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5 Biggest Credit Risks for College Students – How to Avoid Them

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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5 Biggest Credit Risks for College Students – How to Avoid Them

There are five major risks you face as a college student that can affect your credit in a negative way.  And bad credit can keep you from getting the things that you want later on in life. Knowing what these credit risks are and how to avoid them will be very important to you now, […]

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Difficulties with Getting a Mortgage if you’re Self Employed

Monday, May 7, 2012

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Difficulties with Getting a Mortgage if you’re Self Employed

It is notoriously difficult to get a mortgage if you are self-employed. It’s certainly not impossible, but it is harder to achieve than if you are employed by someone else. And it has got even harder since the financial collapse of 2007, which was due in part to irresponsible mortgage lending. What’s more Self cert […]

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Protecting Your Portfolio With Covered Calls

Thursday, November 25, 2010

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I last discussed protecting your stock portfolio with married puts, and now we’ll explore protection via covered calls. Covered calls are when you sell a call option against a stock you own. This defensive move is not as secure as a married put, but instead of paying for the put — you make money on […]

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Home Affordable Mortgage Program – The Basics

Monday, November 1, 2010

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Unfortunately, there are now millions of Americans at risk of losing their homes. Borrowers today are becoming delinquent for a number of different reasons. Maybe you are a victim of the wave of unscrupulous loans written between 2001 and 2006. Many of these loans were designed to fail, and the rate resets proved impossible to […]

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