A recent report released by the Federal Reserve revealed that the debt levels for businesses are at the highest levels seen in 20 years. Although standards have been in instilled following the 2008 financial crisis, the growing rate of business debt is concerning. The report shows that while the quality of lending remains, banking institutions appear to be taking more aggressive risk-taking for loans. According to CNBC, the U.S. Corporate debt level had already reached a record of $6.3 trillion, in June of this year.
Blizzard conditions and icy roads increase the odds of getting to an accident or another winter driving related incident. If your vehicle needs to be towed following one of these incidences, hazardous conditions such as extreme weather are sometimes added as additional fees. Due to the volume of tows needed to be completed, tow companies are called out at increase numbers and rates as they attempt to clear the roads, but increased charges can thus be harder to recognize.
If you feel you have been charged unjustly for a tow call Morgan, Cohen & Bach at (520)442-1303.
Two companies have filed suit against Shreveport Aquarium in Louisiana for failure to pay and breach of contract. Although liens from several parties were filed against the aquarium, some parties remain unpaid a year later. The completed work was done in 2017 yet the two companies filing the claims say they have yet to be paid.
This is an example of the extreme measures that sometimes need to be taken in order to secure financial compensation for work completed.
If you have been unpaid for work that you have done contact Morgan, Cohen and Bach at (520)442-1303. Our team is well-versed in securing remuneration by liens or litigation.