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Debt Planning 101: The Basics

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Jan 15, 2018 10:46:49 AM

write-593333_1280.jpgAccording to a recent LendingTree report, 4 out of 5 Americans are in debt. The report also found that more than 25% of people in debt do not have a plan for relieving that debt. That’s not a good statistic. If you want to get out of debt, you need to have a solid plan in place.

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Topics: Debt


The DLG In The News: Gym memberships: how to avoid costly mistakes

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Jan 8, 2018 12:54:35 PM

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Topics: In the News


Country Music Singer Michael Ray Arrested for DUI

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Dec 21, 2017 8:37:42 AM

Popular country music singer Michael Ray has been arrested on DUI and drug charges. Ray crashed into another car while at a McDonald’s drive-thru in Eustis. The arrest report notes that a bottle with brown liquid was found in Ray’s car (Ray told police that it was ‘weed oil.’).

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Topics: In the News, Drinking and Driving, Drunk Driving


The Debt Collection Mentality

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Dec 14, 2017 11:45:11 AM

One of the main reasons that I am a consumer protection attorney is because I want to change the current debt collector mentality. It seems like each day I hear a new story about a debt collector gone wild.

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Topics: Fair Debt Collection Practices, Debt


Don’t Let the Debt Collectors Shake You Down - Know Your Rights

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Dec 13, 2017 9:53:49 AM

I’ve discussed fraudulent, abusive and illegal debt collection tactics before, but this one takes the cake. Three men posing as lawyers threatened a multitude of people into paying ‘phantom debts’ (debts that they did not actually owe). The men acted as ‘Alliance Law Group,’ and successfully collected hundreds of thousands of dollars from unsuspecting people.

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Topics: Fair Debt Collection Practices, In the News, Debt


DLG In the News - What to Do With That 2 Percent Raise on Your Social Security Checks

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Nov 28, 2017 11:49:44 AM

If you're one of the 66 million Americans who receive a Social Security check or Supplemental Security Income, you've probably heard the news: In 2018, Social Security checks will get a raise – of 2 percent. READ MORE
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Topics: In the News


A Horse (Of Course, Of Course)

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Nov 20, 2017 2:44:40 PM

We write about drunk driving a lot. That’s because we are strong proponents against drunk driving - and we work to help victims of drunk driving incidents get the compensation that they deserve. But it’s not often that we write about someone driving drunk while riding a horse.

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Topics: Drinking and Driving, Drunk Driving


Dressed to Impress: Strange Lawyer Story of the Week

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Nov 17, 2017 4:12:55 PM

MDMA has been in the news a lot lately. The street name for MDMA is "ecstasy", and the FDA has recently cited the drug as having major benefits for people suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). But the drug has to be used in a controlled setting in order to have any mental health effects (and it is not approved by the FDA for recreational use). 

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Topics: Strange Lawyer Stories


When Fiction Becomes Reality

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Nov 9, 2017 2:36:28 PM

It is the stuff of fiction. The kind of story screenwriters live for. The type of movie you believe could be true (but hope it’s not).  Only Fort Myers City Attorney, Grant Alley, isn’t an actor or an author.  He’s not playing a part in a film.  

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Topics: In the News


Run Over? You Might Be Entitled to Compensation

Posted by Carmen Dellutri

Nov 6, 2017 10:48:16 AM

The details of this case aren’t entirely clear yet, but from what we do know, the case immediately demonstrates a number of very important issues for consumers to understand.  Jason Martin of Orlando is suing Carmax Auto Superstores, Inc. for in excess of $15,000.  

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Topics: Personal Injury


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