Andrew Daniel Myers’s Guides

Andrew Daniel Myers

North Andover Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. BANKRUPTCY: Essex County South Massachusetts

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, over 3 years ago.

    The City of Salem, Massachusetts is rich in history and diversity and hosts museums and restaurants dotting the waterfront area and elsewhere. Salem, oddly, is one of two county seats in Essex County, MA, sharing that title with Lawrence, MA, 20 miles to the northeast. Both citie...

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  2. BANKRUPTCY: Essex County Massachusetts

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, over 3 years ago.

    For bankruptcy purposes, Essex County Massachusetts is split up between two different divisions of the U.S. District Bankruptcy Court. So, some Essex County residents will file bankruptcy petitions in Boston, while others will file in Worcester. Boston is where petitions are file...

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  3. PERSONAL INJURY: Another Reason Never To Handle Your Own Case Without An Attorney

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, over 3 years ago.

    Twice very recently, as I write this, I have settled personal injury cases for clients for far more than what they had any idea that their own claims were worth. In one case the person had come to see me for another more immediate legal matter and decided simply to run this by y...

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  4. PERSONAL INJURY: Why Expert Testimony Is Required

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, over 3 years ago.

    Let's Keep It Simple When people fall down, they sometimes break bones. This may seem very obvious to any of us who have had this unfortunate experience. However, in a court of law, any time that an injured person claims damages much more complicated than this, the cause and eff...

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  5. PERSONAL INJURY: Toxicology and Expert Testimony

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, over 3 years ago.

    While we all know that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, any time any scientific principle much more complicated that this is introduced in court, it must generally be supported by expert testimony. For example, in order to contest the results of a breath alcohol r...

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  6. BANKRUPTCY: Credit Counseling and Debtor Education

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, over 3 years ago.

    No Surprises Bankruptcy and the requirements of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code can seem a bit challenging to those going through it for the first time. There are issues that can come up even in a simple case that cause people to tear their hair out. However, the one thing I hear is th...

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  7. BANKRUPTCY: Means Test Mechanics

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, over 3 years ago.

    Part One The first part of the means test is a simple matter requiring little more than simple arithmetic. Take all gross income in the household during the six calendar months before the date of filing. For example if you file in January, every penny of income from July 1 until...

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  8. BANKRUPTCY: Means Test Background

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, over 3 years ago.

    MEANS TEST: What Is It? Bankruptcy law requires filers to take a means test to measure whether they are eligible to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy. People who file Chapter 7 must have income that is low enough to pass the means test requirement. The calculations are intended to keep...

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  9. BANKRUPTCY: Chapter 20

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, almost 4 years ago.

    There is no such thing as a Chapter 20 under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, technically, or in reality. However, this is aterm bankruptcy attorney use whena debtorfiles a Chapter 13 bankruptcy after filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and receiving a Chapter 7 discharge on unsecured deb...

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  10. PERSONAL INJURY: Hit in the Head by a Golf Ball

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, almost 4 years ago.

    What happens when a golfer hits the golf ball, it hits a marker placed by the golf course, then the ball bounces back and hits the golfer in the head? The New Hampshire Supreme Court faced this question in the case of the golfer against the golf course. The plaintiff in the cas...

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