Drinking and driving is a highly reckless and dangerous activity. Drivers who drink while under the influence of alcohol have slower reaction times, poor judgment, and are cognitively impaired. If you are a passenger in a vehicle of a drunk driver, you might not even realize they were intoxicated until it's too late. After the accident, you might be severely injured and left with expensive medical bills. Passenger Liability After an Accident [Read More]
3 Strategies To Beat A DUI Conviction
Were you recently arrested for DUI? If so, you're probably dealing with anxiety and fear about how the case will be resolved and what impact it will have on your life. A conviction for DUI can result in a license suspension, fines, community service, and even jail time. If you have previous DUIs on your record, you could face even more significant penalties. The good news is that a DUI arrest doesn't have to result in a DUI conviction. [Read More]
What Documents Should Be Included In Your Estate Plan?
Whether you have a family, loved ones, or good friends, or even if you live on your own with no one in your life, you need to have an estate plan. You might only think you need to plan your estate if you have a high net worth or expensive assets. This is not the case. You need an estate plan no matter where you are in life. Not doing so can ultimately leave those connected to you in a bind after you pass away. [Read More]
Curious About Bankruptcy? Understanding Some Important Points
As the cost of gas, groceries, and housing continues to climb, many American families are finding it increasingly difficult to stretch their income enough to cover all their bills. While some may be able to stay current on their expenses by taking actions like working a side job, sharing rides with a neighbor, and eating more rice and beans, others may find themselves already dealing with maxed-out credit cards and stacks of late notices. [Read More]