A judge awarded Adrian Cummings just over $3 million in his wrongful death claim against William “Billy” Nichols, Jr. in a ruling issued early Friday evening.
Archive for January, 2010
First-time homebuyers in the New Orleans area may soon find it more difficult to purchase a home after the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced changes last week to shore up a key loan guarantee program.
Shelbyville has adopted the 2009 International Building Codes, but specifically exempted itself from the section of that code which would require fire protection sprinkler systems on new one-family and two-family homes.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau has partnered with the creator of The Club steering wheel lock to provide discounts to its members who want to purchase the device to protect their vehicles from theft.
Most Nebraskans probably think their auto insurance covers their family members in an accident.
Barbara Holder, 63, bought a long-term care insurance policy for herself last year after seeing how much it helped pay the bills when her mother moved into a nursing home three years ago.
The Federal Housing Administration, facing rising losses associated with its flagship mortgage insurance program, announced Friday an expansion of its efforts to help distressed homeowners…
A man with prostate cancer faced a choice: undergo an effective, standard therapy or try a newer treatment option with less chance of causing incontinence or impotence.
Landlords and tenants may wish to switch their home insurance providers to save money, it has been advised.
The price of auto insurance is heavily dependant on the age of a driver as well as driving history; unfortunately sixteen year olds do not have much of a history behind the wheel and subsequently are charged much more for coverage than more mature motorists.