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Blog Posts in 2015

  • Getting Student Loans Discharged in Bankruptcy

    || 20-Aug-2015

    You may have heard that student loans cannot be forgiven after filing for bankruptcy. Typically, student loan debt cannot usually be wiped, whether you file for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. However, there are ways to work around this so that your loans can qualify to get wiped in your bankruptcy, and that is by demonstrating “undue hardship.” Life after leaving college is ...
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  • What Are the Common Causes of Car Accidents?

    || 29-Jul-2015

    If you were involved in a car accident, one of the most important factors which will have a bearing on your case is who was at fault in the accident. Proving liability is more easily said than done and it can prove to be difficult determining who caused the collision. Understanding what the most common causes of car crashes are could help you discover why your accident occurred and who was to ...
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  • Why Hire an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

    || 22-Jan-2015

    Everyone knows that some attorneys are better than others, but what separates the good from the great? More importantly, what are the benefits you can expect from hiring a personal injury attorney with experience and skill? The bottom line is that it's your case and your money. The outcome of your future rests in the hands of the attorney you choose, so this decision should not be taken ...
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  • Welcome to the Charlotte Personal Injury & Bankruptcy Blog

    || 8-Jan-2015

    We are thrilled to welcome you to the legal blog for Saffa Law Group! Having spent the last several years representing clients throughout Charlotte, we look forward to using our blog as a resource for an even greater number of individuals in North Carolina and across the country. It's our hope that in your encounters with Saffa Law Group, you would walk away convinced that we're in the ...
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