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first_img Pinterest Twitter Google+ (“Gas Pump” by Mike Mozart, CC BY 2.0) Gas price increases have hit a wall and they could drop even more depending on what happens with the coronavirus, says GasBuddy.For the first time in ten weeks, the national average has fallen.“The national average is down a penny at $2.17. The average in Indianapolis is down about five cents,” says Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy. “A rise in coronavirus cases is likely reducing demand enough to the point that it’s showing up nationally.”When the coronavirus subsides, DeHaan says people are less scared to drive. When the coronavirus is increasing, however, people are staying home and driving less. That is setting up what he calls a “rare trifecta.”“So far this summer, both holidays (Memorial Day and Independence Day) have seen the lowest prices since 2004, and it’s possible that if things don’t improve much by Labor Day, we could see every summer holiday set multi-year lows,” DeHaan said. “Will we see those new cases reduce? If they do, then demand will rebound. If coronavirus continues to spike, then that will drive gas and oil prices back down.”DeHaan says prices “in general” are “stuck in limbo.”“For now, I believe we may see increases stall and some minor increases or decreases until we see a solid change in the coronavirus situation. Some states will see slight increases, some may see slight decreases,” says DeHaan.In 2019 for example, the average price for gas in Indianapolis was $2.76. It’s just barely over $2 now. CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Google+ Pinterest Facebook Twitter Indiana gas price in limbo thanks to the COVID effect WhatsApp Facebook By Network Indiana – July 7, 2020 0 391 Previous articleExtra-curricular activities begin again at some Indiana schoolsNext articleAnother side effect of coronavirus: “maskne” Network Indianalast_img read more

Tromberg Law Group Expands Into Virginia

first_img Share March 29, 2019 1,027 Views Tromberg Law Group, one of the largest woman-owned creditor firms in Florida, is now expanding into Virginia with a new office located in the heart of Richmond, the state capital. Firm owner Andrea Tromberg acquired Gladstone Law Group in 2017, the firm at which she had served as Managing Partner since 2011, and immediately began looking for opportunities to expand beyond Florida and Puerto Rico.Tromberg brought on Kelly Gring, an attorney based in the city of Richmond, Virginia. Gring graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 2005 and earned her law degree from the University of Richmond’s T.C. William’s School of Law in December 2007. Gring has been practicing in the field of creditor’s rights since 2008.Gring is licensed to practice in the Supreme Court of Virginia, the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia, as well as the Eastern and Western District Bankruptcy Courts of Virginia, and became licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia in 2016. She is a seasoned litigator and has appeared in most of Virginia’s 133 state courts, the Eastern District of Virginia, and both the Eastern and Western District of Virginia Bankruptcy Courts with regularity.Gring was the founding member of the American Legal and Financial Network’s Junior Executives and Professional’s (JPEG) group, and was a Picture the Future winner for the JPEG group. Gring has served on the ALFN’s board of directors since 2013. She has spoken on numerous panels at ALFN events and other continuing legal education seminars on topics including nonjudicial foreclosure in Virginia, title curative measures, moving into management, and how to bridge the age gap between baby boomers and younger generations.In this market, which has seen great ups and downs, Tromberg believes, “There is always room for success when you have excellent lawyers, amazing staff, and a dedicated team. I could not do this without the support of my staff, Kelly Gring, and our clients that believe in our firm.” in Headlines, journal, Newslast_img read more