When a loved one dies unexpectedly in an accident, dealing with funeral arrangements, medical bills and inheritance on top of grief can be overwhelming. It may not even occur to many people in such a situation to sue for wrongful death, but it's important that the option is considered. Here's why.
When it comes to staying safe on the road, there's a lot you can do to improve your odds. But the unfortunate truth is, we all take a small risk on when we get behind the wheel of our cars. If a family member has recently died in a car accident at the fault of someone else, it may be appropriate to file a wrongful death claim. Read on to find out what you need to know.
You're probably familiar with what a field sobriety test supposedly looks like thanks to movies and television, but do you know what to actually expect if you're pulled over on the suspicion of DUI/DWI?
Nobody is perfect, and we all have our moments of unfortunate judgment. If you made some poor decisions over the holiday weekend and are now facing a DUI or an MIP, here's what you need to know.
According to car insurance industry statistics, the average person will get in a car accident every 17.9 years. It's not something anyone likes to think about, but being prepared with the knowledge of what to do in advance can help the experience be less stressful
There's more to staying safe on the road than not texting, though there's no doubt that keeping your hands on the wheel is imperative to being a responsible driver. Here are our tips on how to stay safe on the road.
Every day, countless commercial trucks, tractor trailers & 18 wheelers share the roads with other motor vehicles.
Corporations have the benefit of corporate lawyers behind them, and going up against one can be daunting without the right help.
This Sunday, as you enjoy the smorgasbord of finger-foods and drinks and try to keep track of how many times Peyton Manning yells “Omaha,” remember that the worst way to ruin a great Super Bowl party is to be sacked with a DUI.
New Years Eve is a time to celebrate the reflections of the year past and the possibilities of the year to come. Enjoy the festivities, but also be aware of your surroundings and take a few precautionary measures to avoid ringing in the new year in one of the most costly ways possible: getting arrested for a DUI.