As of 2014, there are no states without a speed limit in the United States. In the U.S., each state is allowed to set its own speed limits and those limits vary from 10 to 85 miles per hour, depending on the type of road... More »

To find speed limits for different states, check the chart located on the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety website, at After navigating to the website, find the State Laws link on the left-hand side. The ... More » Government & Politics Law Driving Laws

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety website has a state speed limit chart, and the National Motorists Association website has a map with state’s speed limit. Both websites provide information regarding different t... More » Geography Maps & Cartography

Many states place limits on lawsuit settlements, explains All Law. For instance, non-economic damage caps, which limit compensatory damages for subjective issues such as pain and suffering or loss of enjoyment of life, a... More » Government & Politics Law

There is a time limit to pressing charges for most crimes in the United States, with the exception of murder. However, serious crimes involving violence, arson, kidnapping or forgery have no time limit for pressing charg... More »

As of 2015, most states within the United States do require permits for building wind generators or turbines and putting them in place. Some states and regions may also require hearings before approval to proceed is gran... More » Government & Politics Law

As of 2012, the divorce rate in the United States is 3.4 divorces per 1,000 population, which is 851,000 divorces and annulments, based on reports from 44 states and Washington, D.C., according to the Centers for Disease... More » Government & Politics Law