Monthly Archives: February 2012

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Illinois SR22 Insurance – Non-Standard Carriers Offering Lower Car Insurance Cost

Illinois SR22 Insurance – Non-standard companies that offer low cost car insurance

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 4, 2009

ISIA today announced it will offer lower rates for auto insurance, both for consumers and unprivileged standard – another option for Illinois drivers seeking to decrease the cost of car insurance.

when choosing a right insurance agency there are certain things that all consumers should be aware of and it is to know the differences between the two preferential support (standard) and non-standard.

insurance companies work with any standard

driving record and in most cases, your credit report will not even known, the same low rate is offered to all drivers, regardless of your ticket, accidents or violations that the pilot may have.

favorite companies automatically add these risks to their policy immediately, so their higher insurance premium from the beginning, simply because the insured persons are considered high risk. In some cases, if the driver is insured by one of the favorites and happens to have more than one moving violation in a short period of time, or insurance company SR22 Illinois is likely to cancel their policies for risk that they have with that particular driver.

Illinois State Insurance uses automated solution Quotepro comparative evaluator to give our pilots an easy way to Illinois and choose to buy the auto insurance policy you want instantly. It proved very popular with consumers who do not want to turn instead of always being online in minutes.

“Today, almost 25 percent of total business transactions are conducted Isia in line with our comparative evaluator,” said Greg Tosto, Marketing ISIA. “Allowing consumers to use a line tester will further fuel the demand for secure online payments Isia.”


advantages when buying your car insurance online, which help the environment by reducing much paperwork required for each issuance of insurance policies and also help reduce your total monthly payment as well.

About the State of Illinois


ISIA offers auto insurance for any driver or vehicle and specialized SR22 insurance in Illinois.

No personal information is necessary

for a quote for any violations or accidents, including your credit score will be excluded by offering the lowest rates in Illinois.

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Houston Car Accident Lawyer Calls for Legislative Action to Fight Increase in Texas Drunk Driving Deaths

Houston Car Accident Lawyer Calls for Legislative Action to Fight Increase in Texas Drunk Driving Deaths

Houston personal injury attorney Brad T. Wyly

Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 10, 2012

Reacting to recently released statistics, Houston car accident lawyer Brad T. Wyly today called for legislative action to combat the increase in drunk-driving deaths in Texas.

“While drunk-driving deaths are dropping nationwide, they are on the rise in Texas. That’s a problem this state must address,” Wyly said.

He is the owner of the Wyly Law Firm, P.C., a Houston personal injury firm that focuses on personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits involving car crashes and drunk driving.

“It is wrong for our state to walk away from the fact that it is losing more than 1,000 of its citizens every year in drunk-driving crashes,” Wyly said.

Wyly pointed to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration statistics released at the close of 2011. The statistics showed a 4.9 percent decline in alcohol-impaired driving fatalities nationally between 2009 and 2010. However, in Texas, DUI-related deaths rose by 0.5 percent from the prior year.

According to the NHTSA, there were 2,998 total traffic deaths in Texas in 2010, including 1,259, or 42 percent, that were alcohol-related. In 2009, there were 3,104 traffic fatalities in Texas, of which 1,253, or 40 percent, were related to alcohol consumption.

Texas has had the most drunk-driving fatalities in the nation in each of the last two years, according to the NHTSA.

“How can Texas legislators look at these statistics and not realize they need to take action?” Wyly said.

The Texas legislature took up several bills related to drunk driving in the 2011 session but passed only the Abdallah Khader Act. The new law increases the maximum penalty to 20 years in intoxication assault cases where the victim is left in a vegetative state. It also establishes a maximum penalty of one year in jail in misdemeanor DWI cases where a driver’s blood-alcohol level is 0.15 or higher.

According to the Dallas News, the legislature failed to pass other bills that involved:

    Deferred adjudication for first-time offenders to push them into treatment

    Mandatory ignition interlock devices to stop intoxicated people from driving

    License revocation after a second DWI conviction

    Sobriety checkpoints to pull intoxicated drivers off the road.

“Our lawmakers need to reconsider these measures in the coming year, which could help to reduce drunk-driving accidents, injuries and deaths,” Wyly said. “In the meantime, our law firm will continue to wage our battle against drunk drivers on behalf of their victims in the courts of Harris County and throughout Texas.”

Drivers who cause injury or death through recklessness or negligence, such as in DUI accidents, can be ordered to pay compensation for monetary losses and physical and mental pain and suffering, Wyly said.

“Anyone hurt in a car wreck in which the other driver was charged with DWI should seek the advice of an automobile accident attorney experienced with drunk-driving cases,” he said.

About Wyly Law Firm, P.C.

The Wyly Law Firm, P.C., is a Houston law firm that represents personal injury victims, including those injured in car, truck, motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian accidents, throughout Houston and surrounding communities, including Harris County, Baytown, Pasadena, Galveston, Beaumont, Bellaire, Cloverleaf, Spring Valley, Missouri City, Aldine and Jersey City. The firm also handles business law issues and disputes.

Attorney Brad T. Wyly, the firm’s owner, is a skilled negotiator and lawyer. Wyly has extensive experience in personal injury cases, including claims involving complex accidents, catastrophic injuries and wrongful deaths. He has been named a Rising Star in Law & Politics magazine. To contact Wyly Law Firm, P.C., call (713) 574-7034 or use the firm’s online form.


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Madison, WI (PRWEB) October 15, 2010, a leading music social network that allows musicians to upload and license out their music, became the first company worldwide to allow its users to transfer their accounts to heirs when they die. Broadjam’s musicians can sign up for a free account and nominate an heir to receive their music and licensing capabilities quickly and easily in the event of their death. Users also nominate a trusted person to serve as their digital executor, who notifies Entrustet when the person passes away.

As a result of the partnership, Broadjam will be instantly notified when one of its users die, allowing the company to take quick and responsible action to secure user information with their heir. “Partnering with Entrustet allows our users to transfer their music to an heir quickly and efficiently if the unexpected occurs,” said Roy Elkins, founder and CEO of Broadjam. “We want to ensure their music will be transferred to the appropriate heir.”

How Entrustet’s Partnership Program Works

Entrustet’s Corporate Partners Program allows any company to know when their users die and what their users wanted done with their account. As part of the program, Entrustet provides the partner with a one-stanza addition to make to their existing Terms of Service. The language states that the partner company will do its best to respect users’ last wishes as stored in their account. Partners then earn an Entrustet Certification, which is proven by a site seal to display on the bottom of their website.

In the near future, Entrustet plans to unveil a small widget which partners can place in their site’s settings tab, allowing their users to make last wishes without ever leaving the partner’s website.

How many users die each year on various websites?

In Broadjam’s case, it is estimated that 500 of their members die each year. But as Entrustet co-founder Nathan Lustig points out, “Websites of all sizes have a problem. They don’t know when their users are dying or what their users wanted done with their accounts. ” Like Broadjam, other sites such as Facebook, with 3 users dying each minute, are looking for solutions to the

same problem.

For more information about the corporate partners program and to see a demo of how it works, please contact Entrustet at:

Email: press(at)entrustet(dot)com

Phone: (608) 561-1441


Entrustet, 30 W. Mifflin St.

Suite 406B

Madison WI, 53703

About Entrustet

Entrustet ( is a free online service that allows you to securely list all of your digital assets, (online accounts and computer files), and decide if you’d like them transferred to heirs or deleted when you pass away. Through its free Account Guardian service, individuals protect their digital assets by deleting them or designating heirs to oversee their personal information after their death. Companies partner with Entrustet to know when their users die and what their users wanted done with their accounts after death. Other services include the Lawyer Directory for lawyer referrals and the Account Incinerator that allows users to privately delete online accounts after death.

About is a social media website focused on indie music and musicians. The site features free music promotion for bands and musicians as well free MP3 downloads for fans. Artists can also enter contests hosted by Broadjam, find music licensing opportunities, and sell their music at one of the highest per-song rates on the Internet. The company also offers hosting services focused on musicians and bands, and distribution opportunities through other online channels. Broadjam currently has over 110,000 artists in over 200 countries.


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New Utah Law Modifies the Utah Controlled Substances Act; Salt Lake City Criminal Defense Attorney Weighs In

New Utah Law Modifies the Utah Controlled Substances Act; Salt Lake City Criminal Defense Attorney Weighs In

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) August 02, 2011

Utah legislators recently enacted H.B. 23, also known as the Controlled Substances Modifications bill, which added certain synthetic drugs to the list of banned substance under the Utah Controlled Substances Act in Title 58, Chapter 37 of the Utah Code. The bill bans the synthetic drug “spice” and certain bath salts, such as “Ivory Wave.” The new legislation also amends other provisions of the state’s controlled substances laws to clarify that tetrahydrocannabinols in Schedule I of the Utah Controlled Substances Act include those that are both naturally and synthetically derived.

According to Darren Levitt, an attorney for drug possession in Salt Lake City, “The modifications to Utah’s Controlled Substances Act will lead to increased arrests for serious drug offenses such as possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to distribute, and even manufacturing of controlled substances.”

Under the Utah Controlled Substances Act, criminal charges for synthetic drugs, including bath salts and “spice,” can vary from class B misdemeanors to second degree felonies, depending on the acts allegedly committed. Penalties for a conviction can include fines ranging from $ 1,000 to $ 10,000 and/or jail or prison sentences from less than six months to 15 years, depending on the offense, the type of drug, location of the offense, such as within a drug-free zone, if the offense involved a minor, and if the offender has any previous convictions. The new bill also adds “spice” to the driver’s license provisions regarding driving under the influence.

“Unfortunately, most of the individuals who experiment with these substances are young adults, juveniles, or people who may not be aware that “spice” and bath salts are now illegal. If charged and convicted with a serious drug offense, these individuals could face lasting negative effects for the rest of their lives,” warns the Salt Lake City juvenile defense attorney.

H.B. 23 specifically expands the listed controlled substances to include the synthetic cannabinoid substances that are found in the street drug “spice.” Spice is an herb that has been sprayed with chemicals that are similar to THC. The effects of spice are similar to those of marijuana, but can result in high heart rates, seizures, and other serious consequences not usually associated with natural cannabis.

The new bill also adds substances commonly referred to as bath salts among the list of controlled substances. Bath salts usually contain the synthetic matter, methylenedioxypyrovalerone, also known as MDPV, or a substance like MDPV. These drugs produce a “high” comparable to cocaine or methamphetamines, and can have some of the same serious physical, cognitive, and psychoactive effects, including increased heart rate, severe hallucinations, paranoia, seizures, extreme violence and kidney failure.

“Granted, the bath salt and spice substances are probably used more for illegitimate purposes than anything else. But they are synthetic compounds, and a nearly-identical new strain not covered by the law can easily be created in a lab by way of only minor changes in the chemical structure of the compound,” states Darren Levitt. “Utah’s list of controlled substances will constantly have to be amended for every new slightly-modified compound that is created. The legislature attempted to prevent this by including chemical analogs and homologs of spice as within the purview of the new law, but only time will tell if that language will actually translate into decreased production and use.”

The Salt Lake City drug defense lawyer asserts, “As with any dangerous substance, the most effective way to get drugs off the streets and out of the hands of our young people is, in my opinion, to take away the profit motive surrounding their production and distribution. This is what the government does with alcohol and tobacco. But as long as spice and other substances remain illegal, the potential for lucrative profit remains, and clever people without any concern for the extreme risks to consumers of their product will find a way to exploit those margins.”

Utah’s Controlled Substances Act places drugs, substances, chemicals and medications into certain schedules, ranging from the substances with the most potential for abuse and no medicinal purpose in Schedule I, to drugs that have widely accepted medical uses and very little likelihood of abuse in Schedule V.

The recently enacted law expands the definition of tetrahydrocannabinols in Schedule I of the Utah Controlled Substances Act to include all tetrahydrocannabinols naturally found in the cannabis plant, as well as synthetic derivatives.

Additionally, the new law provides an affirmative defense against criminal charges for anyone who produces, possesses or administers any of the newly listed substances while they are engaged in medical research or they are licensed to possess the controlled substances for research.

The changes to the Utah Controlled Substances Act became effective at the beginning of July 2011.

Darren M. Levitt of Levitt Legal, PLLC is a criminal defense attorney in Salt Lake City and represents clients throughout Salt lake County, Utah and the surrounding areas in Utah County, Davis County, Weber County, Tooele County, Summit County, Wasatch County, Box Elder County, Cache County and other Utah communities.


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Did you know that in the State of Florida if a criminal charge is dismissed, you can have it expunged? If there is a withhold of adjudication you can have it sealed. You can only do this if you have no prior felony convictions and no prior sealing or expunging. Once your record is sealed or expunged, you can deny the existence of the charge, even while under oath. visit us at
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What Tracey Gold Learned from Her DUI – Oprah’s Lifeclass – Oprah Winfrey Network

In 2004, a family barbecue nearly ended in tragedy when actress Tracey Gold lost control of her SUV and crashed, injuring her husband and two of her children. Tests revealed that her blood alcohol level was almost twice the legal limit, and she was arrested for driving under the influence. Find out what Tracey learned about listening to her inner voice after that night. Sign up for the online class on for an even more enriching experience. ‪ Weeknights 8/7c on OWN! Find OWN on TV at
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