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“Medical Payments” coverage is a great option on your auto policy.
Those who refuse wiil be fined $50.00 per month.
The department's official policy says the Constitution does not apply to Cleveland or Columbus.
The government rarely pays for damage caused by bad pavement.
Reading what a promotional offer actually says can cut through the hype and reveal the truth.
Christmas fruitcake may last forever, but your Christmas gift cards can expire or waste away due to inactivity fees.
Your auto policy may not cover storm damage to your car.
Was it reasonable for an RTA driver to use an uppercut on a passenger during an argument? Dennis discusses the limits of self defense.
Pleading insanity rarely succeeds, and it is not a get-out-of-jail-free card.
Dennis discusses the rules for gift cards, expiration dates and inactivity fees.
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