Monthly Archives: December 2012

Impatient Driver Ends Up Underriding A Semi

One of the worst accidents on the road is a car “underriding” a semi. It is gruesome. In a hurry to get to where you’re going? Slow down when you’re on the highway. This man didn’t and ended up dead

Posted in Legal, Legal Articles, Personal Injury Tagged with: , , ,

Exclusive Medicare supplement leads are a vital investment in the growth of your agency

It’s not rocket science to figure out that exclusive Medicare supplement leads are your ticket to success. America is graying, a fact that is mentioned frequently in media reports about the health care system and health reform. It’s a fact

Posted in Health Insurance, Insurance, Insurance Articles Tagged with: , , , ,

Elder Care Costs Continue To Rise

The MetLife Mature Market Institute just published an annual survey of assisted living, nursing home, and other elder-care costs. Researchers surveyed elder care facilities throughout the U.S. on cost and levels of care between April and August of 2012 They

Posted in Elder Law, Estate Planning, Legal, Legal Articles Tagged with: , , , , , ,

You Need It All To Market Your Insurance Website

It is not just one single thing that markets your insurance website. It is many things working together as one. There’s a lot in writing about using social media, and some people breathe it in daily, while others think it’s

Posted in Business, Business Articles, Technology

Collapsing Slide Kills Man, Resulting In Wrongful Death Lawsuit

When you go to a baseball game, you do not expect to die. The day started out just like any other day, but with a hint of excitement in the air, because it was game day. The Cleveland Indians were

Posted in Legal, Legal Articles, Personal Injury Tagged with: , ,

Collapsing Slide Kills Man, Resulting In Wrongful Death Lawsuit

When you go to a baseball game, you do not expect to die. The day started out just like any other day, but with a hint of excitement in the air, because it was game day. The Cleveland Indians were

Posted in Legal, Legal Articles, Personal Injury

Parenting After Divorce

Time and time again, studies show that what works best for the children of divorced parents is when both parents strive to have open communication with their child. If your split was acrimonious, a joint custody arrangement can feel uncomfortable.

Posted in Family Law, Legal, Legal Articles Tagged with: , , , ,

You Do Not Have To Blow It At A Sobriety Checkpoint

Just because you are stopped at a sobriety checkpoint does not mean you are required to blow. If you are driving while under the influence and get stopped at a sobriety checkpoint, you do not have to blow into the

Posted in Criminal Defense, Legal, Legal Articles Tagged with: , , ,

Elder Care Costs Continue To Rise

The MetLife Mature Market Institute just published an annual survey of assisted living, nursing home, and other elder-care costs. Researchers surveyed elder care facilities throughout the U.S. on cost and levels of care between April and August of 2012 They

Posted in Elder Law, Estate Planning, Legal, Legal Articles, Special Needs

New Safety Recall of More than 200,000 Infant Travel Beds

The Consumer Product Safety Commission just announced a recall of infant beds. Children’s safety equipment manufacturer KidCo Inc. is working with CPSC to recall approximately 220,000 infant travel beds in light of nine reported entrapment incidents and at least one

Posted in Legal, Legal Articles, Personal Injury Tagged with: , , , , ,