July 7th, 2010 | Published in Personal Injury
In Tennessee, if you want to receive compensation for an injury, you have to show that the person who caused you injury was negligent. Negligence means not using reasonable care or taking reasonable precautions. You have to prove that the person who caused the damage owed you a duty—for example, if you were both at a four-way intersection and you had the right of way, the other person owes you the duty of waiting while you cross. You must show that the other person neglected that duty, that you were damaged or injured, and the damage or injury was caused by the other person's negligence in carrying out his or her duty.
July 7th, 2010 | Published in Divorce
Divorce. Not the outcome you'd envisioned all that time ago when you said, "I do," but unfortunately, an outcome many couples have to face. It's extremely stressful—not only do you have to deal with the loss of your partner, but the logistics of splitting up a household can be overwhelming.
July 7th, 2010 | Published in Bankruptcy
Many people think of filing bankruptcy as something horrible that tarnishes credit forever. But, if you're having serious financial problems, bankruptcy can be a welcome solution that enables you to start over.
July 5th, 2010 | Published in Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
If you are a resident of Hendersonville, TN looking to file bankruptcy, you should seek a bankruptcy attorney's help. If your debt problems have become bad enough that you are considering filing bankruptcy, Eric K. Fox is an experienced attorney who can help.
June 24th, 2010 | Published in General Interest
The Federal Government has put in place incentives for mortgage companies to modify home loan mortgages in order to allow more people to remain in their homes and avoid foreclosure. The latest program is titled "Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP)." The HAMP program is the latest effort by the Federal Government to encourage "workouts" between homeowners and mortgage companies, especially mortgage companies and firms who received money under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). Just recently, the United States Treasury Department issued regulations which forbid some companies from denying a loan modification application because the debtor is in bankruptcy. Bankruptcy can now assist debtors in obtaining a loan modification through the Chapter 13 program.