Personal Injury can come from a variety of places. From car wrecks or boating accidents caused by negligence, slippery floors or other hazards on property–if you have been injured in any sort of accident we are here to help. After initial injury, most people face what seems like overwhelming hurdles placed in your path by insurance companies, including your own. You have the right to seek fair compensation for the losses you have experienced through a personal injury case. With so many different companies and people involved, it can be hard to know where to start.


If you’ve found yourself behind on a bill and facing a lawsuit, you might be wondering what your options are. This is not a situation people plan to find themselves in, and most times there are a lot of questions about what can be done and where to start. Many clients also wonder how their personal finances will be affected. Can creditors put a lien on your home or garnish your wages for repayment?

Any questions about debt and credit should be answered and understood clearly to ensure you are making the right choices for you. Creditors prey on ignorance. They hope to scare or intimidate consumers into paying them quickly. It’s important to know your rights and what defense you are entitled to.

Don’t feel like you have to fight creditors alone. Access a team who are experts of the process to guide you and be at your defense. Century Law has helped many consumers in this situation resolve their legal issues without a judgment.

Reach out to us by phone or email and find out what we can do to help. An initial consultation is always free.


When a debt burden becomes overwhelming, bankruptcy can offer multiple benefits that any other debt relief options cannot.

When a debt burden becomes overwhelming, bankruptcy can offer multiple benefits that any other debt relief options cannot. It is available for individuals or businesses that cannot repay the debts owed to creditors.

In most jurisdictions, bankruptcy is imposed by a court order and is often initiated by the debtor. Bankruptcy eliminates most, but not all debts. Exceptions to bankruptcy are: most student loans, recent taxes, alimony and child support, debts acquired through fraud, government penalties, restitution or fines, debt from luxury services or goods, and certain cash advances taken within 60 days of a bankruptcy filing.

Basic liquidation for individuals and businesses. This is also known as Straight Bankruptcy, and is the simplest and quickest form of bankruptcy available. Certain requirements need to be met in order to qualify for this type.