Fair question. Exclusive leads are more expensive. But there is good reason for that. Exclusive leads give you far more control over and efficiency in your work because the contacts in them come only to you. Each lead has been pre-qualified, so the person attached to it actively wants to talk to an insurance agent... 
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The saying, “Till death do us part,” never really lives up to what it dictates with more partners opting for divorce courts instead of living happily ever after.  For those seeking to divorce when divorce is the only remaining option, such parties can choose to get divorced by seeking a divorce mediation, collaborative... 
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched an investigation of the 2014 Chevrolet Impala. Plus, a swan attack leads to a wrongful death lawsuit on this month’s Chicago Injury Alert.  Read More →
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It goes without saying that divorce is one of the most difficult and stressful events that can happen in an adult’s life.  For children, divorce can be a much more confusing, emotional and uncertain time. So having a strategy for how to tell your children that you and your spouse are divorcing is very important,... 
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I’ve written often about the lawsuits between the NFL and former professional football players regarding their concussions.  Now, the NCAA is settling (or at least trying to settle) its own lawsuit about sports-related concussions. Under the proposed class action settlement, the NCAA will fund a $70 million pool... 
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Double Board Certified Attorney Richard LaGarde, shares tips that he often gives to his own witnesses before they are deposed or testify in court. Allow a few moments after clicking the play icon for video to load.  Read More →
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A federal court has ruled that a settlement of a collective action lawsuit filed under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) may include a release of any plaintiffs’ rights to overtime pay under state law. Wells Fargo was the defendant in five different overtime pay lawsuits filed by former mortgage consultants,... 
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A Harris County man has filed a lawsuit against his employer, GE Oil & Gas, claiming that he was discriminated against because of his race. Gaspar Salas filed the lawsuit in the Southern District of Texas on June 12. The lawsuit claims that Salas was hired July 11, 2011 to work as a machinist for GE Oil &... 
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Despite drunk driving campaigns and a series of laws relating to DWIs, repeat drunk driving offenders remain common. James Fisher has been arrested 12 times since 1991 for driving while intoxicated. Fisher’s last arrest took place just after his release from prison for serving time for a 2009 DUI conviction. There... 
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Throwback Thursday

// Jul 31st, 2014
As July wraps up, we are officially in the dog days of summer. I think everyone could use a little break, so take a few minutes and check out these videos we have done over past couple years. Remember, with both the Medicare Annual Election Period and Obamacare’s Open Enrollment Period around the corner, your time... 
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