Medicare to Run Out of Funds by 2024, Government Says

TweetIt’s no secret that the shaky economy is having an adverse effect on both Social Security and Medicare the health insurance system for senior citizens, literally draining both programs’ funding sources much more quickly than had ever been anticipated. In … Continue reading

Kansas Governor Signs 2 Auto-Insurance-Related Bills

TweetLast Week, Governor Sam Brownback of Kansas signed two pieces of legislation into law. The first law is referred to as “no pay, no play,” and is meant to limit the recovery rights of uninsured motorists. Basically, this means that … Continue reading

Alabama Opens Field Offices to Aid Tornado Victims in Getting New ID

TweetThe Alabama Department of Public Safety announced earlier this week that it would be opening offices in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa in order to help residents whose driver’s licenses and state ID cards were lost in the tornadoes that struck the … Continue reading

Alabama Opens Field Offices to Aid Tornado Victims in Getting New ID

TweetThe Alabama Department of Public Safety announced earlier this week that it would be opening offices in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa in order to help residents whose driver’s licenses and state ID cards were lost in the tornadoes that struck the … Continue reading

Tornadoes Mean Higher Insurance for NC

TweetLast month’s tornadoes in North Carolina will probably mean a state-wide increase in the cost of homeowners insurance because of the extent of the damage, say insurance industry analysts. That’s the bad news. The good news (sort of), at least … Continue reading