Many people considering filing for bankruptcy or pursuing a personal injury claim are seeking basic information about how these things work in Missouri or Illinois. To help answer some of these questions, we have written a number of short, clear, and informative articles regarding personal injury and bankruptcy in Missouri and Illinois. We hope that you find these articles helpful and encourage you to contact us with any questions.
When your finances are out of control, the rest of your life seems to feel that way as well. Castle Law helps you get a grip on the problem by filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We can also represent you in situations concerning foreclosure, repossession, wage garnishment, or violations of the FDCPA.
Do you know how filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help improve your financial situation? You have probably heard many myths about bankruptcy, such as "you will lose everything." That is definitely not the case as long as you retain the services of an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
Are you worried you will lose the home or vehicle you've worked so hard for because of foreclosure or repossession? A chapter 13 may just be the answer you are looking for to help you quickly save your home or vehicle from being taken.
Millions of Americans continue to lose their homes due to foreclosure. If your family is facing foreclosure in St. Louis and risks living on the street, contact our Missouri bankruptcy law firm today. We can help!
Wage garnishment can make tough times even worse. If you are being affected by garnishments and cannot provide for your family, call us today. We can show you how to get your life back on track.
If you haven’t been able to make car payments due to financial reasons beyond your control, we can stop the Repo Man and help you keep your car. Call us today for a free consultation.
Struggling to pay credit card bills? Not answering the phone because you're tired of hearing from bill collectors? Need options? Contact St. Louis attorney Jim Brown to learn how filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Missouri may be able to help. It's time to take your life back and stop the harassing phone calls from creditors today.
Unexpected medical bills can ruin your financial future. If you’ve been suffering under the stress of medical debt, there are options for relief that can keep your family at home without losing everything. Our St. Louis bankruptcy law firm has helped numerous people get rid of debt from medical bills.
Have your hours been cut back because business has been slow or, even worse, have you lost your job? Don’t know how you’re going to pay your bills? Keep a roof over your head? We can help you get your life back. Contact a St. Louis job loss lawyer at Castle Law Office today to learn how filing bankruptcy can help you after loss of employment.
If you're getting harassing phone calls from debt collectors at all hours of the day and night, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) gives you a way to stop them. The FDCPA gives you the right to sue collection agencies for up to $1,000 in statutory damages, plus actual damages and attorney fees.
You can file a personal injury lawsuit for any number of reasons when you've been hurt because of another person's negligence: car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, work injuries or even wrongful death. Our Missouri personal injury attorneys can help you seek compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages.
A car crash can be a devastating experience for everyone involved. The injuries sustained may require a lifetime of medical treatment.
Fatigue is among the leading causes of commercial truck accidents. However, truck drivers are not the sole cause of wrecks.
80% of riders involved in a Missouri motorcycle accident are either injured or killed. Those numbers are shocking.
When you are injured in a workplace accident, one of the challenges you face is how to provide for your family. Your on-the-job injuries may be eligible for workers compensation or other damages. Our Missouri work accident attorneys can answer your questions and will review your claim.
A wrongful death suit may be filed when a person dies as the result of someone else’s negligent, reckless, or intentional act.
Substantial injuries resulting from Missouri pedestrian accidents can lead to long term physical and mental effects for that victim.