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  1. Debt Collectors: Re: Personal Injury Claims and Bankruptcy

    Perfectly understandable. After all, this forum is hardly time sensitive and it is weekend. Enjoy it!:cool:
  2. Debt Collectors: Re: Personal Injury Claims and Bankruptcy

    Please do. Because you said:



    That statement clearly suggests to me that you are arguing that taking the money is the same thing as taking the arm. In other words, you are equating a creditor...
  3. Debt Collectors: Re: Personal Injury Claims and Bankruptcy

    I understand the argument you are making. I just don't agree with it. It is not logical to say that taking the money awarded for the injury is the same as inflicting the injury itself. But yet that...
  4. Debt Collectors: Re: Personal Injury Claims and Bankruptcy

    Not without knowing what kind of debt was being collected and which jurisdiction's law applies. As I explained in my earlier reply, each jurisdiction has its own law on what is exempt from attachment...
  5. Debt Collectors: Re: Personal Injury Claims and Bankruptcy

    I do have professional experience in this: I have clients with judgements to collect and who have attached all manner of non exempt assets to collect them, including when needed funds from personal...
  6. Debt Collectors: Re: Personal Injury Claims and Bankruptcy

    It is an asset, which is why I included that term. And what assets are exempt from attachment are defined in the law. We've told you what the law says with regard to personal injury awards.


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