Which of these requests (as a percentage of a judgment’s face amount) for a cash upfront judgment purchase sale price seems the most reasonable? 3%, 6%, 8%, 12%, 25%, 33%, 50%, or 85%? I have heard everything, including these specific percentage requests. I also get some “I stand firm on a minimum price for my judgment of X” requests. The answer to every one of these amount and percentage quote requests is; none of the above. The cash upfront price paid for judgments always depends only on the available assets of the judgment debtor.
2) It’s all about volume. The vast majority of these companies are taking in as many drives as they can, and recovering data from the easiest cases using simple software solutions. If a job requires hard to find parts, or extensive work with some of the more specialized tools of the trade, then they simply proclaim that those drives are “unrecoverable”. Untold numbers of drives that contained vital business data, family photos, etc. have been tossed in the trash by their owners simply because one of these companies told them that their data was unrecoverable. The fact is, unless the platters of a drive are severely scored, or the data itself is heavily corrupted it is almost always recoverable. You just have to put in the time and effort necessary to do it.
words of inspiration for sobriety First up, there is a $1068 deductible for any hospital stay. There are expensive coinsurance payments for any hospital stays over 60 days. After 150 days, there is no hospital stay coverage at all. Part B coinsurance payments can add up quickly. These are the charges that Medicare does not cover for your doctor’s services, lab tests, or outpatient procedures. You even have to pay for the first three pints of blood that you might need.
words of inspiration for someone fighting addiction Recently, a very concerned father called about his 27 year old daughter. She has had two back surgeries for which multiple pain medications have been prescribed. You guessed it, she has become very dependent on them.
When a person is experiencing issues with substance abuse, that substance often becomes the center of their life. When was the last time you did something that other than thought beyond the next time you could have a drink? Have you let old hobbies or enjoyments fall to the wayside? While growing away from old hobbies is something that all people do, it is important to think of why you may have left behind something important to you.
Humility, like so many other concepts in recovery that at first seem like weaknesses, turns our to be one of our greatest strengths. By thinking about ourselves less, alcoholic behavior patterns a truer identity emerges, a more peaceful and fulfilled sense of self that comes from being of service to and from helping others. While my ego may never give up the fight, I’m thankful I have this quote to remind me of the truth: I am always happier when I’m thinking about myself less – when I’m practicing true humility.
words of encouragement for sobriety An addiction can be the result of any number of things – an addict is not necessarily a bad person. Many people feel overwhelmed by the pressures and stresses of their lives and turn to drugs as a ‘get-away’. Many addicts are exposed to drugs when they are young, so it has always been a natural part of their lives. Having an addiction does not automatically make you a bad person, no matter what the cause was. You need to realize that there is something better – a life free of drugs. If you are unable to admit that you have an addiction, then there is very little chance that you will have the determination to make your life better.
How, with the monotony of a prison existence, can one live anywhere but in the past or the future? Who could blame anyone that would allow their minds to wander to outside the bars and the walls, to move to the past or future as a way of escaping the misery of each day?