What the Hail !

You may have heard that the Denver area had a bit of a hail storm. If you were on the road at the time, you heard it literally, in the form of hundreds of ice b...

Medicare Part A, B, C or D, What?

 Medicare is a social insurance program available to all citizens. Its funding is provided on a single-payer basis, meaning that the person receiving the bene...

5 Important Things To Know When Considering Health Insurance

Whether you are thinking about selecting a health insurance plan at work for you or getting your own, there is a chance that you have some questions about healt...

SCHOOL'S OUT ! Online Degrees the New Alternative.

The online learning environment is continuously evolving, offering a fantastic opportunity to learn and grow. With increasing tuition costs, budget cuts and lim...

Recovery House Owners are they the new Slum Lords, are they Helping or Exploiting ?

Recovery Houses, is it all about the MONEY? Recovery houses also known as sober living homes, sober living facilities or halfway houses. These homes are mean...

Injury Lawyers, an Evil or Necessity

There are many types of lawyers out there - most of them competing with each other to attract clients. And, while all lawyers market their services in some way ...

Divorce Lawyers for Dummies

Divorce lawyers help clients get through the legal process that is a divorce. Based on the client’s goals, a divorce lawyer will send correspondence to the co...

Boilers VS Furnaces

  Why do I Need a Boiler or Furnace? A boiler and furnace (which by the way are two different types of systems) are responsible for heating homes. In fac...

What's the fuss about Cable TV?

In the past, networks (i.e., ABC, NBC and CBS) broadcasted signals over the airways that reached televisions with a good antenna. The channels were available to...

Do we really need new tires?

Long gone is the day of one-size-fits-all tires. Today’s tire market is vast and includes all kinds of sizes, types and prices. So when your tire dealer asks ...

Car Insurance, for Dummies

The purpose of insurance, no matter what type, is to provide protection for the insurance policy holder in the event something unexpected happens – most often...

Drug and Alcohol Recovery Centers, the truth......

There are many types of drug and alcohol recovery/rehabilitation centers located throughout the United States. Like every type of service program, some are bett...

Consequences of a DUI

As you can probably imagine, the consequences of a DUI conviction are severe. In terms of expense alone, a defendant could spend several thousands of dollars re...

What Happens After Being Arrested for a DUI Offense?

Following a drunk driving arrest, the defendant will be assigned a court date for arraignment. In many cases when defense attorneys are involved, this initial p...

Components of a DUI Charge

There are two “parts” to a DUI charge. First is administrative and generally is handled by the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The punishment ...

What is a DUI?

DUI stands for “Driving Under the Influence.” In many states, the act is referred to as DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) or OUI (Operating Under the Influenc...