June 27, 2022
  • 4:02 pm Bikers Account For A Substantial Percentage Of Roadway Casualties In Georgia
  • 10:05 pm What Does ERISA Mean For Your Retirement Plan?
  • 8:24 pm Close to 200 Harris County Defendants Released After Computer System Issue
  • 9:23 pm How an Electric Truck Factory Became a Lightning Rod in Georgia
  • 6:52 pm Couples are Divorcing over Choices to get Covid-19 Vaccine for Children

Motorcycles make up a modest fraction of the overall number of registered automobiles in Georgia, but they are responsible for a substantially higher number of casualties each year. Regrettably, given the absence of outer vehicle protection, a crash between a bike and another vehicle almost always ends in severe or catastrophic wounds to the biker. […]

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ERISA is federal legislation that sets minimum rules for most private-sector retirement and health programs. It is administered by the Department of Labor and covers both defined benefit and defined contribution plans, such as 401(k). Before ERISA, employees protected by company retirement programs had limited federal protection. Employers could unilaterally cancel retirement and pension commitments […]

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Several defendants in Harris County, Texas, were released without any hearing due to a computer system error on Thursday, 24th March. According to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the number of inmates released is estimated to be between 180 to 200. As per reports, the computer system faced issues on Thursday, which continued until the […]

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Georgia is all set to welcome a huge electric vehicle factory, which is expected to be five times the size of the Pentagon. Estimated to be the largest economic development project in the state’s history, it would be capable enough to produce around 400,000 emissions-free trucks annually. The American electric automaker company, Rivian, is behind […]

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The pandemic has been a testing time for people worldwide, with millions of people being affected by the job loss and economic instability that accompanied it. While high numbers of divorce filings were one of the more noticeable trends observed during this period, the underlying causes have changed through the months. For instance, as the […]

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While auto dealers in the US are having a good time due to the record sales figures for used cars all over the country, the same isn’t true for all the customers. For instance, in several parts of Florida, including Pensacola, customers have to wait for months after buying a used car for the dealers […]

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Being the 9th most-populated state in the US, traffic congestion is a common occurrence on the roads and highways of North Carolina. The sheer number of cars on the roads leads to traffic crashes almost daily, with many of them causing injury and even death. But not all cities in the state are equally dangerous […]

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For passenger and private automobiles, driving in the cold is difficult enough. Low temperatures and humidity can impair motor performance, while slick, icy roads increase the chance of sliding and other mishaps. Simply expressed, the risks of road accidents and injuries resulting from vehicle collisions are higher in the winter. The following information is provided […]

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Around two months ago, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles had unanimously recommended a posthumous pardon for George Floyd for a minor 2004 drug conviction case. Gov. Greg Abbott, who holds the power to grant the pardon, has been silent over the matter since then. The lack of comment from the governor hasn’t been […]

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The best weapon that we have against the deadly Coronavirus is vaccination. The vaccines that have been administered in the US have proven to be completely safe and effective. However, we have known over time that the effect of these vaccines will wear out with time. So is it time to consider taking the Covid […]

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