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What Options Do I Have if I Owe More in Taxes Than I Can Afford?

Failure to pay your back taxes can expose you to possible fines and other potential penalties. Additionally, you may also be denied your public benefits. However, if you owe the IRS more than you can afford to pay, there are a few possible solutions that can offer you relief.

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What to Expect During an IRS Audit

The audit is part and parcel of capitalism, a check and balance on the payment of taxes owed by individuals and businesses. An IRS audit can also be extremely stressful, even if you believe that your return was accurate. Retaining an experienced IRS audit attorney who can help you know what to expect during the audit can help you face the whole process with confidence.

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Slip and Falls Are a Common Cause of Traumatic Brain Injury

According to the National Floor Safety Institute, each year more than 8 million people make emergency room visits due to injuries they’ve suffered from falls, representing 21.3 percent of all ER visits. Of those 8 million ER visits, 1 million are due to a slips and fall accident.

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Proving Fault in a Slip and Fall Accident

According to the National Flooring Safety Institute (NFSI), slip and fall accidents are responsible for nearly one million emergency room visits every year. In Texas, when you're hurt in a slip and fall accident resulting from another party's negligence, you are within your rights to hold the liable party responsible and recover fair compensation.

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The Difference Between Slip and Fall and Trip and Fall

Slips, trips, and falls annually top the list of most common workplace accidents on statistics compiled by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Of course, such accidents don’t happen just at work.

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The Importance of Acting Immediately After an Accident

According to a recent National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, there are approximately 29.4 million emergency department visits for unintentional injuries in a given year. If you’ve been in an accident, you may be left in pain and wondering what steps to take next. Your number one priority should be recovery, but you may need to take legal action to recoup the compensation that you deserve.

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Finding a Doctor after a Slip & Fall Accident During the Pandemic

According to the National Floor Safety Institute, slip and fall accidents account for over 1 million emergency room visits each year. Serious personal injuries like slip and falls require professional, immediate medical attention. Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic has made personal injury victims feel hesitant about visiting the hospital.

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Understanding Slip and Fall Accidents in Texas

If you need a Houston Slip & Fall Lawyer, you have come to the right place! Each year thousands of Americans suffer severe or catastrophic injuries after a slip and fall accident due to the negligence, lack of maintenance, or lack of repair to a property or facility.

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Depression After A Traumatic Brain Injury

The Brain Injury Association of America states that more than three million people in the United States are currently living with a permanent disability as the result of a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Every year in the U.S., about 2.4 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury.

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Who Is Liable When Your Child Is Injured At School?

Children and teenagers in the United States sustain about 14 million reported injuries every year. About one in four of those injuries happen in and around schools. That’s no surprise, since children who are old enough for school spend a considerable portion of their time either in classes or in school-related activities. But if you are a parent in the state of Texas, and if your child is seriously injured at a Texas public school, you’ll want to know who is legally responsible for the injury, and you’ll want to know if you have legal recourse.

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