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Why truck accidents can be complicated

Truck accidents occur at a higher rate than you may believe. In 2020, 106,902 trucks were involved in injury crashes and 4,842 in fatal ones. If you are involved in a truck accident, you should be ready for a complex case. Here is why: Liability…

Spinal stenosis and car accidents: What to know

Spinal stenosis refers to the narrowing of the spinal canal, which houses the spinal cord and nerves. This narrowing can lead to compression and irritation of these vital nerves, causing a range of painful and debilitating symptoms. While spinal stenosis can result from age-related bone…

Your coworker asked you out. Is that harassment?

You and your coworker have always gotten along and developed a friendship. You never thought of it as any more than that. Until, one day, they came to work and asked you if you wanted to go out on a date. What bothers you is…

3 things not to say to the other driver

When you are involved in a car accident, the steps you take afterward are crucial. You should be careful about what you do to protect your claim. One of the things you should do is collect evidence, which includes taking photos and exchanging information with…

3 instances when sole custody after divorce may be warranted

If you’re going through a divorce and have children, one of the most critical decisions you’ll have to make is who gets custody of your child. For many parents, the ideal outcome is joint custody, wherein both parents have responsibility for the child’s care. However,…

What if your spouse won’t agree to a divorce?

Divorce can be challenging and emotionally charged, and it becomes even more complicated when your spouse refuses your request for a divorce. When faced with such a situation, it’s important to approach it with a level-headed mindset to avoid escalating matters. It would help if…

How to prepare your children for your divorce

While divorce as a parent can be difficult, it can be harder to break the news of your divorce to your children. You may be asking yourself how to talk to your children about your divorce. You may even wonder how your children will react…

Virtual visitation: The basics

Co-parenting in the modern age is an endeavor that is often supported by electronic means of communication. Video chats, phone calls, texts, emails and even audio recordings increasingly help to keep parents connected with their children when those children are residing with another parent. When…

Cognitive challenges must be addressed after a brain injury

Brain injuries can lead to a plethora of effects. Some of these are physical changes, but others are cognitive. It’s sometimes more difficult to deal with cognitive changes because they’re invisible. This makes it hard for others to know you’re having troubles because of your…

What happens to your student loans after a divorce?

Dividing debts in divorce can be straightforward. Maybe you have joint accounts, such as a mortgage loan or a credit card account. You are both responsible for the debt, so it gets divided along with your assets. In most cases, both people will be responsible…

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