Your Right to a Pre-Treatment Medical Bill Estimate

If you walk into a local store to purchase something you immediately look for the price tag.  It only makes sense for the store merchant to post how much the item will cost so that you can properly evaluate whether to purchase the item.  If the price was not listed in the store, we would be immediately suspicious and concerned that we are going to […]

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Why You Need Automobile Uninsured Motorist Insurance

The Russo Law Firm specializes in Personal Injury, Homeowners Insurance Disputes, and Debt Litigation Defense. We write this article because some of our personal injury clients have been involved in serious accidents by negligent drivers who did not have any insurance or assets.  Under these types of unfortunate circumstances our clients would have greatly benefited if our clients had maintained uninsured motorist insurance.  Uninsured motorist […]

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Judge Meenu Sasser: Palm Beach County Loses a First Class Judge

The attorneys at The Russo Law Firm have had the privilege of appearing before Judge Sasser many times over the years since 2009 when Judge Sasser first became a judge. Whether the issue before Judge Sasser was simple or complex, Judge Sasser was always prepared, diligent and respectful to all parties in the courtroom. The loss of Judge Sasser will greatly impact Palm Beach County. […]

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FTC Shuts Down Another Credit Repair Company

It seems that every week the FTC is shutting down another company making ridiculous claims about how that company can miraculously repair your credit in record time.  The credit repair process is a complex process that takes time, patience and hard work.  If you have bad credit, then it is unlikely that your credit became bad over night, but rather was a long and gradual […]

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New Law Allows For Free Credit Freezes

Looking for stronger ways to protect your credit? Thanks to a new federal law, soon you can get free credit freezes and year-long fraud alerts. Here’s what to look forward to when the law takes effect on September 21st: Free credit freezes What is it? A credit freeze restricts access to your credit file, making it harder for identity thieves to open new accounts in your […]

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FTC Shutting Down 2 More Companies Who Made Billions of Robocalls

The Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint in federal district court seeking to stop two related operations and their principals who allegedly facilitated billions of illegal robocalls to consumers nationwide, pitching everything from auto warranties to home security systems and supposed debt-relief services.     The FTC charged the defendants with violating the agency’s Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR). Virtually all telemarketing robocalls to consumers are illegal […]

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More Student Loan Scams: Bloom Law Group and Strategic Student Solutions

The defendants in two student loan debt relief cases have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission claims that they charged consumers illegal upfront fees and falsely promised to help reduce or forgive student loan debt burdens. The settlements with Strategic Student Solutions and Bloom Law Group are part of a coordinated federal-state law enforcement initiative targeting deceptive student loan debt relief scam announced by the […]

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Anything is Possible: Healing is Possible

Many sexual abuse survivors feel hopeless, lost, confused and angry. These feelings often intensify overtime if they are not dealt with appropriately. Finding a counselor, psychologist or coach who specializes in trauma is a key component on your path towards success. With the right help, healing is possible. Hope can be restored. As shown in Deuteronomy 30:3-6, God is a God of restoration: God, your […]

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New Tax Scams

They’re at it again… tax scammers scheming new ways to steal personal information and money. In the first scenario, identity thieves file a fake tax return and have the refund deposited into your bank account. The thieves then contact you, often by phone, and — posing as the IRS or debt collectors for the IRS — demand you return the money to the IRS. But […]

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Sicard: Another Bad Debt Collector Shutdown

The final defendant in an operation that posed as lawyers and falsely threatened to sue people or have them arrested for failing to pay on debts they did not owe is banned from the debt collection business under a recently entered court order. At the Federal Trade Commission’s request, the federal court entered a default judgment against Dequan M. Sicard, granting the injunctive and equitable monetary […]

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