Learning about Lesser Known Presidents: Rutherford B. Hayes

Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th President of the United States, representative of the Republican Party, was sworn in on March 4, 1877. During his single term as President, he ushered in the end of the Reconstitution Period, accelerating the process of national healing which began following the end of the Civil War. President Hayes was inaugurated […]

Learning about Sobriety Checkpoints

Road blocks which are established for the primary purpose of identifying potentially impaired drivers are colloquially referred to as “sobriety checkpoints” or “DUI stops.” These check points are typically established on major roads leading to and from large population centers or near popular nightlife spots. In states where sobriety checkpoints are legal, you can almost […]

Staying Safe on New Year’s Eve

Traditionally, New Year’s Eve is one of the best nights of the entire year. It is also one of the most dangerous! You want to ensure you ring in the new year in a way that is fun, memorable, responsible, and most importantly, safe. That shouldn’t be too hard! Just follow our New Year’s Eve […]

Leaning About Lesser Known Presidents: William Henry Harrison

Some stars shine so bright they burn out before their time. Replace ‘burning out’ with ‘passing away suddenly from a cold,’ and this was arguably the case for the ninth President of the United States of America, William Henry Harrison. William Henry Harrison took office as the President of the United States on March 4, […]

The Cost of Owning a Pet

When people plan on getting a dog, a cat or any other animal, they tend to think only about all the positives of owning a pet. They think about the unconditional love. They think about fetch in the back yard. They think about cuddling on the couch. What they don’t think about, is how much […]

The Work of an Attorney

Movies and television shows often depict attorneys at the peak of their powers, addressing a courtroom with a rousing speech, riveting jurors and judges alike with astounding rhetoric and brilliant charisma. These scenes are depicted so frequently, you might even come to believe this is all attorneys actually do! This is not that case. In […]

Law Schools Reevaluate Acceptance and Asses Risk

Enrollment in law schools across the country has been steadily dropping for several years. Between 2010 and 2014 the size of first year law school classes dropped approximately 28 percent. Law schools are dependent on tuition revenue, so with class sizes dropping many institutions are beginning to feel financial pressure. The steps law schools take […]

Learning about Cars: Exploring Classification

Previously, we have discussed the importance of purchasing a car that fits your specific needs. Knowing your needs is easy enough. Who knows your life better than you? If you are not intimately familiar with all the different types of cars, knowing what vehicle actually fits your needs may be a little more difficult. Today […]

Helpful Hints for Car Shopping

We have been talking a lot this month about the ins and outs of the insurance industry. We have talked about shopping around for coverage and minimizing costs. Well, what good is all that information if you don’t even own a car! Today we will go over some helpful hints you should keep in mind […]

How you can Reduce Your Insurance Costs

Ultimately, you want to be able to minimize your insurance costs while maintaining an optimal level of protection. This can be a delicate balance. You do not want to sacrifice elements of insurance coverage that could come back to harm you in the long run. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to minimize costs with […]