March 2019 Archives

Man suffers loss of legs after crash with alleged drunk driver

It's terrifying when the news reports an everyday average person who was in a terrible, unforeseen accident. These accidents often result in serious injuries, many which are life-altering. This is exactly what happened to a Massachusetts man after he stepped out to his vehicle, parked street side and it was completely unexpected when the vehicle crashed into him, pinning him between two vehicles. The man's legs have been amputated in an emergency surgery to save his life.

Find debt relief for you, your small business under Chapter 11

It's no secret that it's tough to be a small business today! With the decline in brick and mortar retail, threats of larger companies and their buying power and the change in consumer buying habits - these are all aspects of larger retail trends that can greatly impact small businesses. This isn't always controllable for a business to absorb these challenges without negatively impacting the business. This can quickly lead to debt if sales slough for a period of time.

Felony accusations and possible effect on immigration status

If you are interested in immigrating to the United States, you are not alone. Thousands have made the physical trek to the United States and some have become fully naturalized citizens. There are a few factors that could stand in a person's way of becoming a U.S. citizen. In terms of criminal law, a barrier could be felony accusations or even a felony conviction.

The top 3 reasons couples divorce

Marriage rates have dipped in the past couple of years, mostly due to more and more millennials choosing not to tie the knot. One of the reasons behind this trend is the fear and chaos that often comes in the wake of divorce.

One acre commercial property in Quincy Center to be city owned

Commercial real estate has been heating up in Quincy over the last several years. A one-acre property known as the Messina property, has changed hands a few times over the last decade and has been a sore point for taxpayer dollars. With a downtown revitalization a priority for city council, the property has now been voted on by city councilors to take the property in its entirety for $6.8 million.

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