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  • Africa’s energy resources have the ability to create sources of economic growth. Creating beneficial deals have been difficult, until now.

    Business deals with energy companies, associations, and beneficial investments are the wisest strategies to promote sustainability in global economies. Africa has begun to utilize their developmental resources. The International Energy Agency (IEA)states that with the growing appetite for modern and efficient energy sources, Africa emerges as a major force in global oil and gas markets.

  • How VA Disability Benefits Work

    Veterans of the armed forces of the United States who suffer injuries or disabilities that were the result of, or were aggravated, by active service, may be eligible for a wide range of disability benefits. These benefits are processed and handed out by the Department of Veterans Affairs, commonly known as the VA. After filing

  • What Does an Exhaust Fan Do?

    Exhaust fans are found in every newly constructed home. They help maintain ideal temperature and air quality and are an important part of the ventilation of the home. What is the purpose of an exhaust fan? The purpose of an exhaust fan is to pull the excess moisture and other air particles out of a

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    Jeffrey S. Dallenbach, AIA Has Learned The Ropes Of Leadership

    Leadership forms an essential quality in any kind of work. Leaders are a necessity. People need guidance that enables them to think carefully about the work they do each day. A really good leader brings a great many qualities to the table with them. They know how to work with clients and listen to exactly

  • What Are The Main Causes Of Bubbles On A Tire’s Sidewall?

    Tires are made of layers of rubber that keep the air inside the tire, as well as polyester cords called piles that provide the tire with strength and shape. The layers within the tire are bound to one another using various bonding materials. How Bubbles Occur Due to manufacturing defects, driving on damaged roads (for

  • Driver woman suffering from neck pain after having a car crash and traffic collision, Slippery road in the city. Hidden injuries after a car accident

    Hidden Injuries to Watch Out for After a Car Accident

    Car accidents can leave devastating injuries and astounding property damage in their wake. Sometimes, however, the injuries you can receive aren’t always as noticeable. These hidden wounds, often known as delayed injuries, can take weeks or months to reveal themselves.  Headaches and Migraines Despite popular belief, you might not initially experience a headache after an

  • Can You Sue for a Slip and Fall Injury?

    Yes, you can sue for a slip and fall injury. Slip and fall accidents can lead to cuts, bruises, sprains, broken bones, head injuries, and other serious conditions. Recovering from a slip and fall injury can force you to take time off of work leading to lost wages and mounting medical bills. If the property

  • Is Hitting a Parked Car a Hit and Run?

    It happens to everyone. You’ve been rushing all day. It was a stressful day at work, and now you’re running by the grocery store and the pharmacy and you’re going to be late for dinner with the kids. You’re not looking very carefully and you end up bumping into a parked car as you’re leaving

  • Who Can Qualify for Social Security Disability in South Carolina?

    In South Carolina, you may be able to file to receive disability benefits if you are unable to work. The federal Social Security Administration collects money over your working life from your paychecks and then distributes that money back out to you and others when needed later on.  You can get some of that money

  • What Do I Do if Someone Hits My Car Without Insurance?

    If someone hits your car without insurance, you may still have opportunities to collect compensation to cover medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses related to your injuries. According to statistics compiled by the Insurance Research Council, about one in eight drivers in the U.S. were uninsured in 2015. The percentage of uninsured motorists has