Archive for the ‘Financial Help’ Category

Mesothelioma Financial Assistance from the Federal Government

Mesothelioma financial assistance may become necessary for you. You may need mesothelioma financial assistance to help you cover the costs of your living expenses and co-pays for treatments and medication as your mesothelioma progresses. If your financial needs are critical, your first move should be to confide in your attorney about this. Do not hesitate […]

Mesothelioma Housing Assistance: Where to Find It

Mesothelioma housing assistance may not be one of the first things you think of when you receive a mesothelioma diagnosis. That is understandable. You probably have many other priorities at that time such as treatment options and medical insurance. Perhaps you’re considering initiating a lawsuit against the businesses that exposed you to asbestos thereby causing […]

Mesothelioma Financial Assistance: Where to Seek Help

Mesothelioma financial assistance can be found from a variety of sources. You just have to know where to look. The financial costs of mesothelioma treatment can be overwhelming. Even having health insurance does not guarantee that all of your medical expenses will be covered. Plus there are additional expenses such as transportation and overnight accommodations […]

New Report Says 43 Million Americans Have Unpaid Medical Bills

While your mesothelioma attorney fights to get you compensation for mesothelioma, you may face mounting unpaid medical bills. If so you are not alone. U.S. Government Agency Finds Crisis in Medical Debt for Americans A staggering number of Americans now struggle with unpaid medical debts according to a new report just issued by the U.S. […]

3 Types of Records to Keep for Your Asbestos Lawsuit

If you are a mesothelioma patient or a family member taking care of a mesothelioma patient, an asbestos lawsuit may be in your future. To be successful, an asbestos lawsuit requires a lot of specific information. If you haven’t started, the time to keep careful records is now. Even though it’s difficult with everything that’s […]

Investment Basics and Your Settlement Fund

This is a guest post by Patrick Collins of Schultz Collins Lawson Chambers, Inc., the firm we hired to advise us on how to handle Kazan Law’s pension funds, our charitable foundation’s funds, and that some of our partners hired to advise them on personal money management. Let’s say that you have just received a […]

Why You Don’t Want a Safe Investment Portfolio

This is a guest post by Patrick Collins of Schultz Collins Lawson Chambers, Inc., the firm we hired to advise us on how to handle Kazan Law’s pension funds, our charitable foundation’s funds, and that some of our partners hired to advise them on personal money management. The decision on what lawyer to hire is […]

How Much Investment Risk is Suitable for You?

This is a guest post by Patrick Collins of Schultz Collins Lawson Chambers, Inc., the firm we hired to advise us on how to handle Kazan Law’s pension funds, our charitable foundation’s funds, and that some of our partners hired to advise them on personal money management. The decision on what lawyer to hire is […]

Do You Need to Avoid Investment Risk or Become an Investor?

This is a guest post by Patrick Collins of Schultz Collins Lawson Chambers, Inc., the firm we hired to advise us on how to handle Kazan Law’s pension funds, our charitable foundation’s funds, and that some of our partners hired to advise them on personal money management. The decision on what lawyer to hire is […]

Financial Risk and Uncertainty

This is a guest post by Patrick Collins of Schultz Collins Lawson Chambers, Inc., the firm we hired to advise us on how to handle Kazan Law’s pension funds, our charitable foundation’s funds, and that some of our partners hired to advise them on personal money management. The decision on what lawyer to hire is […]