Monthly Archives: October 2012

How Insurance Search Engine Optimization Affects a Website

Everyone and their dog claims to be insurance marketing experts. But are they? Some insurance marketing companies lay claim to being insurance search engine optimization (SEO) gurus, but are they really? Usually not. There are very few SEO companies that

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Illinois Older Driver Laws Among Toughest in Nation

More seniors are on the road than ever before, and certain aspects of aging present a traffic safety risk. States have responded by tightening driver’s license requirements for older drivers, and the laws in Illinois are among the strictest in

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Homeland Security Issues Annual Report on 2011 Enforcement Efforts

The Office of Immigration Statistics (OIS) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued its annual report on immigration enforcement efforts. The report on 2011 efforts covers enforcement actions against hundreds of thousands of foreign nationals. Foreign nationals may

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Dead Silence on Campaign Trail About Immigration Reform is Not a Good Sign

Without a doubt, the dead silence on the campaign trail in relation to immigration reform is not good. Let’s guess what that means. Over the course of this year’s election announcements, promises, rhetoric and so forth, nothing has been mentioned

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Medical Professionals Now Looking At Concussions

It seems to have taken a number of highly-publicized professional athletes to die by their own hand before people started more seriously looking at the long-term issues of traumatic brain injury. Athletes with traumatic brain injury who are still alive

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Hit-and-Run Trucker Kills Pedestrian

A young man on his way home was hit and killed by a truck. It’s hard to imagine that someone could be just two blocks from home, and die in a hit-and-run accident. A 26-year-old man, whose day had started

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Celebrity Parents End Up In Family Court, Too

Though many people believe that if they just had enough money and were famous enough, rulings would go in their favor, this is not always the case. The recent family court ruling regarding “Gossip Girl” actor Kelly Rutherford is a

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The Reach of Dram Shop Law

A wrong-way crash on Georgia State Route 400 the morning of August 15, 2012 is reigniting legal discussion regarding Georgia’s “dram shop” law. In this instance, an allegedly drunk driver caused a head-on collision after entering GA 400 headed in

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Kinder Morgan Settles with El Paso Shareholders for $110 Million

Kinder Morgan, the Houston-based energy firm, agreed to pay a total of $110 million to settle lawsuits by shareholders. The litigation stems from Kinder Morgan’s October 2011 acquisition of the natural gas producer El Paso Corp., also headquartered in Houston,

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Kinder Morgan Settles with El Paso Shareholders for $110 Million

Kinder Morgan, the Houston-based energy firm, agreed to pay a total of $110 million to settle lawsuits by shareholders. The litigation stems from Kinder Morgan’s October 2011 acquisition of the natural gas producer El Paso Corp., also headquartered in Houston,

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