PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY JASON WISCHMEYER’S NEGOTIATION TIPS FOR YOUR PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM  – THE 5 BE’S Jan24

PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY JASON WISCHMEYER’S NEGOTIATION TIPS FOR YOUR PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM  – THE 5 BE’S

[caption id="attachment_1122" align="alignleft" width="300"] Successfully reaching a personal injury settlement Tips.[/caption] Insurance adjusters, generally, tasked with resolving your claim when one of their insureds (person the insurance company insures) caused your injury have many years of experience and may speak with 100...

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Wischmeyer Law Receives Personal Injury Excellence Award Jan15

Wischmeyer Law Receives Personal Injury Excellence Award

2016 Small Business Excellence Award for Personal Injury Law! Wischmeyer Law received the 2016 Small Business Excellence Award for Personal Injury Law!  This was a shock and an honor to receive and I want to publically give a "thank you" to my all my clients that have helped me receive tis award! Personal Injury is a st...

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What is a REO property? Jan14

What is a REO property?

When considering real estate listings, many people will wonder what a "REO property" is.   REO stands for 'real estate owned'. It is the term used to describe a home or property that is in the possession of a lender as a result of a foreclosure. That means the foreclosure has already taken place, a sheriff sale has resulted in ...

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Underinsured Motorist – What if the person that caused my accident does not have enough insurance money. Dec30

Underinsured Motorist – What if the person that caused my accident does not have enough insurance money.

Underinsured motorist insurance coverage can be a little confusing.  In today’s world of insurance, many people are opting for low or state minimum insurance coverage and when they cause a car accident the person hurt may find that this is not enough insurance to cover their medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other ...

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7th Circuit redefines districts for purposes of FDCPA for Indiana Collection Attorneys

For Indiana collection attorneys and subrogation attorneys, the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act is a 100 pound gorilla that permeates everything we do.  There are many nuances for which Indiana collection attorneys and subrogation attorneys counsel clients and must abide by in order to be in compliance.  The 7th Circ...

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Indiana Commercial Collection Litigation Attorney

Jason Wischmeyer provides cost-effective collection litigation, always looking for the answer that moves money from the debtor’s pocket to yours.  In commercial cases, each litigation step serves two goals – to prove the case, and to give the debtor another chance to decide that settlement is preferable to paying attorney’s fe...

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Indiana Creditor’s Attorney Representation in Bankruptcy Oct18

Indiana Creditor’s Attorney Representation in Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a fact of life in the business credit community.  Jason Wischmeyer has a decade of  experience representing the interests of creditors when receivables become bankruptcy claims, and when paid accounts become the subject of preference litigation. Jason Wischmeyer's experience as creditor and debtor counsel allows him ...

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Jason Wischmeyer – Indiana Debt Collection Attorney Services

When accounts receivable threaten to become bad debt, Jason Wischmeyer’s debt collections practice brings two decades of experience to the task of turning account losses into recoveries for your business.   Jason Wischmeyer provides collection services that are tailored to your requirements:   Enforcement of lien and...

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Hiring a Good Business Attorney

There are two professionals every business will need early on: an accountant and a attorney.  A good business attorney will provide vital assistance in almost every aspect of your business, from basic zoning compliance and copyright and trademark advice to formal business incorporation and lawsuits and liability. Big Firm Servic...

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Value of a Good Attorney

Good attorneys prevent problems. Call your attorney when you "think _____ is going to happen" and get advice to make sure if that happens that you are protected. I cannot tell you how many of my clients have called me after something happens to fix a problem that could have been avoided or minimized. Calling your attorney before it h...

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