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MAHONING COUNTY COURTS
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United States Liability Insurance Group et al, dismissed. CitiMortgage Inc. v. Valerie A. Jack et al, confirmation of Commonwealth Annuity et al, dismissed. US Bank National Association v. Carl F. Farina V et al, Thomas D. Carmine Smith v. PAM

DIARY - US Company Conference Calls/Webcast for week ahead
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Erngs Conf Call 23 Jan 15:30 Q4 2013 CVB Financial Erngs Conf Call 23 Jan 15:30 Q4 2013 United Continental HoldingsErngs Conf Call 23 Jan 16:00 Q1 2014 AmerisourceBergen Erngs Conf Call 23 Jan 16:00 Q3 2014 Arctic Cat Inc. Erngs Conf Call 23 Jan

The big question is: what compels young people to get drunk?
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The big question is: what compels young people to get drunk? We owe about $650,000 on them, and we are paying a mortgage on our own home. If negative gearing were cut, we would have to sell. We could not the proceeds of crime kick in? The Commonwealth threatened David Hicks with that legislation. Jim

McDonnell, former first lady indicted on multiple counts
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The indictment, spelled out in an extensive document filed by the United States Attorney for the Eastern District, paints a detailed portrait of how the governor and his wife accepted more than $135,000 in direct payments as gifts and loans from then

13. The Mortgage Meltdown in Cleveland

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When credit scores become casualties of healthcare costs

The bills amounted to hundreds of thousands of dollars. But Woodard’s employer-sponsored health insurance limited his out-of-pocket maximum payment to $5,000. He reached that “within like a day,” he recalled.

His retired parents relocated from their small town in Massachusetts to help Woodard, now 27, who lives just outside of Denver, through his recovery. With their support, and regular outpatient therapy, he returned to working full time in just two months.

But he didn’t expect another set of payments to haunt him and his parents for nearly a year, ultimately going to collections, and threatening to weaken his credit rating for years more.

While medical bills are a leading source of personal bankruptcy in the United States, a far more common problem is the widespread damage they do to people’s credit. Almost 40 percent of adults younger than 65 reported a lower credit score because of medical debt, according to the most recent Commonwealth Fund analysis, based on 2016 data.

When Credit Scores Become Casualties Of Health Care

After a devastating horse-riding accident in January 2017 landed him in the hospital for about 30 days, requiring trauma care and hospital-based therapy, Jeff Woodard considered himself lucky.

The bills amounted to hundreds of thousands of dollars. But Woodard’s employer-sponsored health insurance limited his out-of-pocket maximum payment to $5,000. He reached that “within like a day,” he recalled.

His retired parents relocated from their small town in Massachusetts to help Woodard, now 27, who lives just outside of Denver, through his recovery. With their support, and regular outpatient therapy, he returned to working full time in just two months.

But he didn’t expect another set of payments to haunt him and his parents for nearly a year, ultimately going to collections, and threatening to weaken his credit rating for years more.

While medical bills are a leading source of personal bankruptcy in the United States, a far more common problem is the widespread damage they do to people’s credit. Almost 40 percent of adults younger than 65 reported a lower credit score because of medical debt, according to the most recent Commonwealth Fund analysis, based on 2016 data .