If you're going to be taking road trips this summer, you should be prepared for the possibility of a car accident. If one happens, you'll need to take action quickly. You may think that being the innocent victim will make it easier to recover your damages. Unfortunately, that's not necessarily true. Even in an accident that is clearly not your fault, you could still be left holding the bag. Here are four steps that will help you avoid problems with your accident claim.
Divorce costs money; the amount of money may vary depending on different circumstances, but you won't have a free divorce. It gets even worse if your spouse has significantly more money than you since they can garner serious resources to oppose your demands. This means you are at a disadvantage already if you want to start the divorce process but don't have ready money. Fortunately, you don't have to despair if you can tap into the following sources of money to fund your divorce:
Trucking accidents occur every day. In fact, there are between 41,000 and 45,000 truck accidents annually in the U.S. Because of the massive size and weight of trucks, they can do some severe damage if they crash into other vehicles. Drivers who have been hit by trucks have suffered concussions, traumatic brain injuries, broken bones, and other serious injuries.
Common Causes of Truck Accidents
Driving a commercial truck is a lot different than driving a regular vehicle, so truck drivers must complete specific training before they are allowed out on the road.
If your child with a disability is entering school this year and they are dragging their feet about getting an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) in place, then there are many actions you can take on behalf of your child to move the process along, including each of the following tips:
Tip: Aim to Foster Friendly Communication With the Staff
While it would be nice to have your child enrolled in a school where the staff and teachers trip over themselves to be accommodating, this isn't always the case.
When you decide that you wish to divorce your spouse, you typically have the choice of informing him or her of your decision and moving forward regardless, or explaining your position and coming to a consensus that divorce is best. If your spouse doesn't agree with the idea of divorcing or plays hardball with the division of assets, you'll be dealing with what is known as a contested divorce. However, if you're on the same page about everything related to the divorce, the situation is known as an uncontested divorce.