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What if My Ex Is Not Paying Child Support?

January 30, 2023

Child support financially obligates a non-custodial parent to contribute to costs associated with being a parent. However, situations are not always ideal, and sometimes a parent either refuses to pay child support or can no longer pay. As a custodial parent in that circumstance, you may wonder if you have any recourse. You typically…

Can Prescription Medications Affect Driving?

January 23, 2023

Many people are aware that driving under the influence of alcohol and illegal drugs can lead to serious or deadly consequences, but what about the millions of Americans who take prescription medications? Knowing whether or not the medication you are taking can affect your driving ability is essential. Prescription drugs can cause a variety…

Observe Teen Driving Awareness Month in January

January 20, 2023

January is Teen Driving Awareness Month in the United States, and it is a good time to remember that car accidents remain the leading cause of death among teens. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 1,885 teen drivers died in motor vehicle accidents in 2020, which is 17 percent more than…

What Should I Do if I Have PTSD From a Car Accident?

January 18, 2023

While physical car accident injuries like burns and broken bones are visible, emotional scars do not appear on X-rays or MRIs. Emotional trauma can be diagnosed by specialists, but seeking and receiving compensation for serious conditions like PTSD after a crash can be challenging, especially without help from experienced legal counsel. It is not…

What Are Common Mistakes to Avoid After a Car Accident?

January 11, 2023

Anyone who has ever been involved in a car accident can tell you that the aftermath can be overwhelming. Emotions can run high, and there is added pressure to make decisions. With all this going on, the possibility of making the wrong move escalates. Unfortunately, this could impact your chances of making a successful…

Should You Revise Your Estate Plan for the New Year?

January 9, 2023

The new year is a great time to get organized, and that includes reviewing your finances. Many people use January as a time to sit down with their family and make sure their estate plan is in order. Any necessary revisions can be made to accommodate recent changes, such as a marriage, divorce, birth,…

What Damages Are Possible in a Wrongful Death Claim?

January 4, 2023

A wrongful death claim is a type of legal claim that can potentially be filed by the family members of someone who has been killed in a car accident due to negligence. This type of claim is filed in order to recover losses suffered as a result of the death, such as funeral expenses,…

What Should You Do if You Have a Spinal Cord Injury From a Car Accident?

December 30, 2022

Car accidents are a primary cause of spinal cord injuries. Spinal cord injuries are often life-changing and are costly to treat. If you suffer a spinal cord injury during an accident, you should do the following. Get Medical Help Right Away A catastrophic spinal cord injury will likely result in an immediate trip to…

Can I File a Legal Claim if I Have Whiplash From a Car Accident?

December 27, 2022

Every year, millions of people suffer from whiplash, most frequently from front- and rear-end car accidents. The head and neck are especially vulnerable to the impact of a crash. It does not take a lot of force to cause whiplash, but the resulting pain and stiffness can seem unbearable.  If you have whiplash from…

How Do I Talk About My Estate Plan With My Loved Ones?

December 21, 2022

If you have taken the necessary steps to create a solid estate plan, it is important to communicate that plan with your loved ones and fiduciaries. This discussion can spare family members the stress and frustration of trying to locate your financial and medical documents in the future. When you discuss your wishes with…