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Lady liberty and a wooden gavel

So this is where I am suppose to tell all you folks about my million dollar settlement this week. Well I don't have that story. Instead I am going to tell you about the guy who walked off the street into my office asking for help. He has some health conditions that prevented him from work. He was 55 years ...

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A yellow van on coble road

In Mississippi, as with other states, we have lemon law protection laws. This is called the warranty enforcement acts. It covers a variety of cover items to include automobiles, four-wheelers, RVs, boats, motorcycles, tractors and other items that you may purchase and use as a consumer. The purpose of these laws is to protect your investment when you have a ...

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A civilian and military member shake hands

The Uniformed Services Employment and ReEmployment Rights Act of 1994 or USERRA as it is commonly known is the protection that reserve soldiers receive when they are activated and/or return to employment after activation. This law was written to simply protect soldiers who are called out on active duty for the United States for duties.

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Many persons have asked, “What is a Consumer Lawyer?’” This lawyer focuses on the everyday personal needs in life concerning the purchase and use of consumer products, transactions, communications and the laws that affect these items. When you purchase or use consumer goods, there are attached consumer rights.

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Most people give up when they are sued by a debt collector. Do yourself a favor and don’t take this course of action. There are valid defenses to debt-collection lawsuits.

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