Avoiding debt may, for some, be as simple as identifying why insurmountable debt happens and avoiding those risk factors. However, there are some factors you can't control, even with planning.
If you think the car you bought is turning out to be a lemon, you have reason to hope West Virginia’s “lemon law” will be on your side. Our state’s law protecting you from defective cars is ranked a respectable 14th on a list of lemon laws from all 50 states.
Have you seen the news about the dangers of weed killers like Roundup, which has potentially been linked to cancer? Maybe it's gotten you thinking about the level of exposure that you see every summer and what you can do to stay safe.
Having someone tailgate you is dangerous and unnerving. When that car is right on your back bumper, you're all too aware that, if you have to stop quickly, they're probably going to hit you.
Before buying a car, you may wonder how often that model tends to break down and how reliable it is. On one hand, you just want to know what type of repair costs to expect. At the same time, you also want to know if the car is going to be more of an inconvenience than it's worth. You need a vehicle that you can trust to work properly when you need it, especially if you're buying it brand new.
You have heard that baby powder, also known as talcum powder, has been linked to cancer. You know that a big part of the risk is extended use. People often used it for years on end, making it more likely that they'd see some of these negative impacts.