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Thomas A. Vick Featured in News Story

Liberty University recently published a news story about Thomas A. Vick's law practice and its recent success. The story highlights the $6.8 million judgment in Wamsley v. Tree City Village, et al.

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Press Release: Law Office of Thomas A. Vick Wins $6.8 Million Judgment

The Law Office of Thomas A. Vick won a $6.8 million judgment in a personal injury case on May 30, 2017.

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Starting a Nonprofit Organization: Apply for State Sales Tax Exemption

Once the all important IRS Determination Letter (the letter stating your organization is now recognized as a tax exempt entity) has been received, it is now time to apply for the Indiana state sales tax exemption.

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Starting a Nonprofit Organization: The Organizational Meeting

The articles of incorporation have been submitted. The bylaws of the organization have been drafted. What happens next for a nonprofit organization?

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Starting a Nonprofit Organization: Acquiring an Employer Identification Number

After the articles of incorporation are filed with the Indiana Secretary of State, the next step in starting a nonprofit organization is to acquire an Employer Identification Number (EIN). The EIN is used for filings with the IRS, including form 990 and the application for tax exempt status (Form 1023 or 1023EZ).

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Starting a Nonprofit Organization: Drafting and Submitting Articles of Incorporation

The first step to starting a nonprofit organization is simple: you must incorporate! You must form a nonprofit corporation.

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How Do I Start a Non-Profit Tax Exempt Organization?

Non-profit organizations do a lot of good, and more and more are forming every day. They are a great way of doing charity and making a positive impact on the community. If you have an idea to do charity in your community, a nonprofit tax-exempt organization may be the right fit for you.

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Do I Need A Guardianship For My Loved One?

The sunset years of elderly people may find them in need of a guardianship. A guardian, according to Barron's Law Dictionary, is "one who legally has care and management of the person or estate, or both, of an incompetent who cannot act for himself."

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Temporary Total Disability Payments in Workers Compensation Cases

You were injured at work, and now your injury has resulted in time off work. What do you do?

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Medical Treatment in Your Workers Compensation Case

You've been injured at work. Seriously injured. And you do not know how you are going to get medical treatment. You do not make much money in the first place, and now you are facing the possibility of major medical services.

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