Make the Streets Safer

A large part of defensive driving is being prepared for the unexpected. Defensive driving has been shown to reduce the number of traffic incidents.

The road can be a dangerous place. You cannot control the actions of other drivers. You need to depend on your own actions while driving.

One of the best defensive driving tips is to just pay attention. People who drive while distracted don’t see important things happening in front of them. And, then it’s too late.

You could ram into the vehicle in front of you if you look away from the road and don’t notice traffic slowing down.

Image of a female driver, with a tree in the front grill of her vehicle.

To avoid dangerous accidents while driving:

• Put your smartphone up while you are driving.
• If you are feeling tired, pull over and take a nap.
• Don’t daydream or apply makeup while driving.

 

People often get into accidents without realizing that danger was there until after the crash  has happened. This is especially common when the other car pulls out in front of you. You’ll need to respond quickly or you’ll get hit.

 

You’ve not been paying enough attention to the road if you feel like a car appeared out of nowhere!

 

One way to prevent this from happening is to scan intersections and your mirrors. If you constantly scan the around you, you might be able to avoid accidents.

Too many fender benders happen simply because someone is driving too close to the car in front of them. Don’t tailgate!

 

If you need to stop suddenly, you could end up rear-ending them if they have to stop suddenly. Try to keep at least two car lengths between your car and the car in front of you. If you’re driving in bad weather, leave even more space because it takes longer to stop in slippery conditions. Brake early and often. Don’t wait until the last second to stop.

 

If you see a car swerving on the road – what might happen next?

 

Whether you see a drunk driver or loose materials in an open truck, do your best to get out of their way and avoid that dangerous situation.

You could turn leave the freeway or move into a lane that gives you enough room to pass safely. You might want to report the situation to the highway patrol – after you turn onto a different road.

 

Your goal as a defensive driver, is to spot traffic risks and hazards and predict what could happen if you don’t take immediate action.

 

Image of a semi-truck that jumped the guardrail.

 

Make the streets safer, by being a Defensive Driver. Not everyone will follow the rules. If you have a traffic accident – call the Law Office of Gerald Fugit to get you out of a jam.



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What To Do If Your Car Skids Out of Control

Image of a skidding automobile in Japan

Credit: https://carfromjapan.com/article/driving-tips/a-simple-way-to-do-a-burnout-in-an-automatic-transmission-car/

Your car goes into a skid when there isn’t enough friction between the tire and road. I discovered that for myself, at my first driving experience.

My first “on the road” driver’s training was terrifying.  I did okay at first – but, then I had to enter a big turn on a highway. No one had warned me that I needed to slow down to do that.

I was driving too fast for the turn and the driving instructor’s car went into a sharp spin as I sped out of the sharp curve of the road. Super scary!

Luckily for the driving instructor, his car, my own life, my future children and grandchildren’s life and the Others on the road – he had the type of car that could take control of my driving at any time. He had his own driving wheel and everything.

Your car can skid when driving in wet or icy conditions, black ice, snow, when you stop suddenly, or you enter a turn at a high speed.

 

Here are a few tips for preventing skids:

  1. Make sure your tires have adequate treads. Tires are made with a “wear bar” in the treads. If the level of the tire reaches the level of the “wear bar” – it’s time to get new tires. You can also check your tires by inserting a penny into the tread upside-down. The head of Lincoln should be at least partially covered.
  1. Drive slowly in wet, icy, or snowy conditions.
  1. Keep a good distance between you and the car ahead of you. They recommend about four car lengths for every ten miles per hour. If you are travelling 40 miles per hour, keep 16 car lengths between cars. This way, you’ll have plenty of time to react if the driver in front of you stops. You can definitely skid if you stop too quickly.
  1. Slow down before entering a curve or bend. Taking a curve too quickly or braking suddenly while going around a bend can cause skids.

 

TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF SKIDS

 

Front Wheel Skids:

A front-wheel skid happens – when the whole car starts to slide in the wrong direction. This type of skid is when you go into a curve too quickly.

If your car enters a front-wheel skid, ease off the accelerator. With your eyes focused on where you’re supposed to drive, try to steer the car back on course. If you don’t regain control of the car within two to three seconds, THEN depress the brake lightly. If your car doesn’t have anti-lock (ABS) brakes, pump the brakes lightly.

Braking will help to transfer power to the front of the car.  Don’t press those brakes too fast. This will make your wheels lock and you’ll skid all the more. Slow and steady is the rule here.

 

Rear Wheel Skids:

A rear wheel skid happens – when the back end of the car slides out of control, either to the left or the right. They also call this “fishtailing”.  I’ve done this, too.

Some people will tell you to “turn into the skid.”  Hmm – maybe. If the back end of your car slides out to the right – don’t turn sharply, especially if you’re driving at a high speed. Only turn towards the right enough to straighten out the car and bring the front wheels back in line with the rear wheels.

Slowly ease off the accelerator. Avoid the temptation to brake suddenly. Slow and steady is the rule here, too.

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The most important thing to remember is not to panic. You need to keep calm if you go into a skid, because your “instinctive” reactions are likely to do more harm than good.

Also, keep your eyes focused on a target in the distance. Choose a point further down the road, in the direction where you need to be headed.  Stay focused on this object. With this target in view, you’ll be better able to redirect your car so that it is once again traveling in the right direction.

 

Call our office if you’ve been injured because someone drove their car out of control and crashed into you.

Image of a skidding automobile in Japan



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Call the Law Office of Gerald Fugit at 432-301-9252.

 

 

 

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

A car lands vertically into a snowbank on Interstate 93 during a snow storm north of Salem, New Hampshire.

Credit: https://www.theguardian.com/weather/gallery/2011/feb/02/winter-storms-us-in-pictures#img-5

Yeah, we hit the big one this time! I’m talking at least eight inches of snow in West Texas this past week. Schools were closed and so were many businesses.  Even businesses that wanted to remain open – struggled for lack of employees that were willing to risk driving in the snow.

 

Driving is treacherous in West Texas – even on sunny days. When you add all that snow and drivers that don’t know how to drive in harsh conditions – that makes it all the more dangerous.

 

I lived in one of the Northern states for more than thirty years.  Eight inches of snow is not that big of a deal there.

First off, the state and county Departments of Transportation send out powerful snowblowers to clear the snow that accumulates. Then, they distribute sand – mixed with salt to make the roads less slippery.

It helps quite a bit.  A study made in 1992, found that putting salt on the roads can reduce car accidents by 87 percent both during and after a snowstorm.

 

Second of all, people are used to driving in the snow for six months of the year.  Slow and steady will get you there safely.  We avoid braking as much as possible.  And, we pump the brakes slowly – if we do have to stop.  We keep an eye out for any possible actions that we might need to brake for.

 

I’ve landed in the ditch a few times because I’ve slammed on my brakes.  Unless one is an adrenaline junkie, that is not a good feeling.  Ugh. Teens need to be specifically taught how to drive in the snow. Teen boys think it’s fun to go fast and then slam on the brakes to see what will happen.  Nothing good comes of that experience.

 

Third, if one does start to skid on the slippery road, turn in the direction of the skid.  This is actually difficult to do.  We have a natural tendency to want to turn in the opposite direction.  You wouldn’t want to turn sharply, as that will make things worse. I can cover that in my next newsletter.

 

Final Point:
The Department of Transportation had closed some of the roads for this snowfall. It’s against the law to drive around the barricades.

I knew that it was a bad idea, but I didn’t realize that it’s also a Class B misdemeanor. This is the same as a DWI. If caught, you might be arrested, have your car impounded, or spend up to 180 days in jail and/or be fined up to $2000. You could also be charged for the cost of your rescue.

The powers-that-be only close the roads when they are not safe for driving. Don’t be foolish and think that you are “special” and will avoid a disaster.  You won’t.

 

This was the most snowfall that Odessa and Midland has seen in the last five years.  If you were injured because someone accidentally rammed into you – you should call our office for advice.

 


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Call the Law Office of Gerald Fugit at 432-301-9252.

Should the Kobe Bryant Family Sue for Wrongful Death?

Picture of Kobe Bryant, his wife and four daughters.

Credit: https://www.kptv.com/

On Sunday, Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven others were traveling by helicopter to a basketball game, when it crashed in Calabasas, California. The group were going to a youth basketball game at Kobe’s Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, CA.

 

It’s been confirmed that the other victims were Bryant’s daughter, Gianna Bryant, Sarah Chester, her daughter, Payton, John Altobelli, Kerri Altobelli, their daughter, Alyssa Altobelli, and Christina Mauser, who was an assistant girls’ basketball coach for a private school. The pilot, Ara Zobayan, also passed away.

 

So many people are devastated by this terrible loss of lives.  Kobe was a true hero to many people. He was such an inspiration! We mourn those poor souls and send our condolences to their families.

 

We might want to analyze why and how this happened:

  • The helicopter was not equipped with a Terrain Awareness Warning System. This could have alerted the pilot that he was flying too close to the mountain.
  • There was crash of the Sikorsky S-76 in Galveston, Texas, in 2004, that killed 10 people. This crash prompted the FAA to recommend to “all existing and new U.S. registered turbine-powered roto-craft certified for six or more passenger seats be equipped with a Terrain Awareness Warning System.” However, this FAA regulation was not mandated.
  • It was densely foggy out. During the flight, the pilot radioed the air traffic tower at Burbank Airport, to request permission to fly under special visual flight rules.
  • Some experts raised questions as to whether the helicopter should have even been flying. Weather conditions on Sunday morning caused the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department to ground its fleet of choppers.
  • It was ruled to be a high-impact crash. The helicopter hit the mountain at about 1,085 feet. They know this because someone in the surrounding neighborhood turned in an audio of the helicopter, as it made a rapid descent and crashed into the mountainside.
  • There was no “black box” in the helicopter and the investigation could be hindered by that.
  • Part of the investigation will be evaluating the pilot’s judgment about flying in foggy conditions.
  • The pilot asked for air traffic controllers to provide “flight following” assistance, but was told the craft was too low.
  • In his final message, the pilot told air traffic controllers that he was climbing to avoid a layer of cloud. The last radar contact was about 9:45 am.
  • Aviation experts say the accident might have been caused by the pilot becoming disoriented in the fog.
  • A crash doesn’t just happen. There has to be a cause.

 

Investigations are ongoing. Those are the facts that they’ll need to analyze.

 

Will the families of the Kobe Bryant plane crash sue for Wrongful Death?  We shall see.  Are they eligible to file a claim?  If one of them were a member of my family – I would file a claim in their memory.

 

Other attorneys are watching this case, too.  Click here for more information.

 

If you or a family member need more information regarding personal injury claims – Call the Law Office of Gerald Fugit at 432-301-9252.

Picture of Kobe Bryant, his wife and four daughters.

Watch Your Speed

Sign that says to "Move Over" and "Slow Down" when emergency vehicles are on side of road. Don’t speed.  Respect the road conditions when they are icy or rainy. It’s better to get where you need to go late – rather than not to get there at all.

 

Two First Responders are Dead & Another in Critical Condition

 

Lubbock lost two of its heroes. They gave their life to their community.  Yet another, has been injured so badly that he’ll possibly never return to work again.

 

A week ago:

Officers and firefighters were called to a single-vehicle rollover crash on I-27 at approximately 8:19 a.m. Saturday. It appeared that the vehicle was traveling southbound and crossed the median into the northbound lanes where it rolled over.

While investigating this scene, another vehicle carrying a trailer was traveling southbound on I-27 when it crossed over the median and came to a stop in the northbound lanes — about 25 to 50 yards away from the first accident scene.

Police and firefighters – then spread out their resources to work both of the accidents. While personnel were investigating the two accidents, a third vehicle struck them and killed two and critically injured the third man.

 

27-year-old Officer Nicholas Reyna and 39-year-old Officer Eric Hill were killed in the wrecks. Matthew Dawson was critically injured.

 

The pickup truck that struck the first responders was a Ford F-250 – which traveled southbound on I-27, crossed over the median and struck one Lubbock police officer and two Lubbock firefighters. That vehicle came to a rest in an embankment. The driver of the vehicle was not driving in the single lane – as required by law.

 

Move Over – It’s the Law

If you’ve ever been stranded on the side of a road, you know how dangerous and unnerving it can be.  Cars and trucks speed by – only inches away, leave too little margin for error and could so easily result in a disastrous crash.

 

America’s first responders – police, fire, EMT’s – face this peril every day in the line of duty. 

Tow truck drivers, highway workers, utility workers and others whose jobs sometimes require that they park their vehicle on the roadway or the side of the road are also at risk.

To keep people from being killed or injured in these situations, all fifty states now have mandatory “Move Over” laws.  If you see a vehicle with emergency lights or flashers on, you are required to move over a lane and slow down.

More than 150 law enforcement officers have been killed since 1997 after being struck by vehicles along America’s highways.  In fact, traffic-related incidents, including vehicle crashes, are one of the leading causes of death for law enforcement officers.

In 2017, 47 officers lost their lives in traffic-related incidents, with nine officers struck and killed outside their vehicles. Already in 2019, responder fatalities include 7 law enforcement officers.  From 2007 to 2017, 39 percent of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty were lost in traffic-related incidents.

Many have been seriously injured.  This is a tragedy and completely preventable.  Credit: https://www.transportation.gov/

 

Our thoughts and our prayers go out to the families that were injured or killed.  We need to learn from this experience, which did not have to happen. Drive carefully and watch your speed.

 

Even when we do things right, bad things can happen. Safety should be our number one concern.

 

Call Gerald Fugit Law Firm at:  432-332-1661 to schedule consultation.

 

Sign that says to move over and to watch your speed.

 

Back To Work Again

Now that we’re all back to work, we need to keep our eyes and ears open, as regards to safety on the job. Focus on safety practices from the moment you enter the workplace, until you’re back at home for the day/night. Pay particular attention to safety when you return to work after the festive season.

 

Are you 100% focused on how you should do your job?

The job itself can be difficult enough.  Do you get frustrated when the boss switches things up – or when the equipment is giving you grief?  The cold weather and rain brings on other dangerous hardships.  We need to deal with the rain that makes equipment slippery and non-responsive.

 

After a vacation, even when employees have had plenty of sleep, they need a period of time to ease into their work processes. Safety issues will take a back seat because their “head isn’t in the game”.  They’ve had their minds off the job and it will take them a little while to make sure that they’re working safely.

 

It’s all too common for workers to remain in “holiday mode”.  A lack of proper attention to the task at hand – especially in the more hazardous areas – can have tragic consequences.

 

Keep focus on the procedures and follow the rules.  Rules are definitely in place for good reasons – even if we don’t agree with all of them. Safety needs to be applied with skills and knowledge. Only use the correct tools.

 

Even though they’ve worked hard and earned their vacations – oil field people might not have their minds on the job when they get back.  That’s where they can make mistakes. That’s where people can get hurt.

 

Natural gas is produced from shale reservoirs and is known as shale gas.  A shale gas well can have a mixture of 85 per cent hydro and then lesser amounts of ethane, propane, butane and pentane. Impurities can be present in large proportions and include carbon dioxide, helium, nitrogen and hydrogen sulphide. These gases can kill you if you become overexposed to them.

 

Adjust your instruments. Concentrate on what you’re doing.  Operate in a safe environment. If you see something that isn’t right, don’t just let it pass by you.  Take the initiative to fix it.

 

That’s what safety is all about.  We need to remember that we can all lose focus.  When that happens, acknowledge it and then do something about it. When we realize the we’re not thinking clearly, we need to stop and check everything to make sure the equipment is good and to review the job itself.

 

Only proceed when you know with certainty that the job will get done safely.

 

Your families depend on you.  Actually, we all depend on you to bring in the oil. Please be careful.  Call our office if you do get hurt.  We’ll go to bat for you. Your company won’t.  Workman’s Compensation has monetary defaults and limits your ability for a proper payoff.  Call our office.

 

Call the Gerald Fugit Law Firm at:  432-332-1661 to schedule your consultation.

 

Is It Safe To Go Back To Work After a Holiday Break?

Man doing construction in a safety suit and a safety hat.

PART ONE:

It’s a fairly common habit of human nature to be less aware of safety hazards after being off from work for an extended holiday.  Even though we’re not purposefully neglectful, we need some time to get back into the scheme of things. 

 

Employers probably have a stack of piled work orders to accomplish.  They might push their employees to hustle it up and get ‘er done.  Employees naturally care about their jobs and want to get their projects done – so that the boss doesn’t berate them. This could be a recipe for disaster.

 

Safety protocols need to be carefully followed, no matter what the time of year is or how much needs to get done. This time of year is not the time to skimp on safety. We need to be one hundred per cent focused on safety procedures.

Although I don’t think it’s a good idea, some employees “party hearty” when they’re off from work.  They may or may not be well rested. Often employees rely on the ebb and flow of getting up early, getting ready for work, working, eating properly and getting well rested at night.  When that pattern is interrupted, so are their thoughts of safety.

 

At workplaces where heavy equipment is used, it might be a good idea to sponsor a “Coffee and Snack Break”, right after the holidays.  After the break, the Crew Boss could go over the basics of safety.  I’m sure there will be groans heard all over the place.  Doesn’t matter.  Have a discussion regarding safety, so that everyone is on board. Take people through their paces to get the equipment up and running safely.

 

  • Look out for your co-workers and remind them, too.
  • If necessary, stop the work – in order to address potential hazards. 


Is the First Day Back to Work – the Most Dangerous?

 

Many people go back to work with a bad attitude.  There are tons of jokes on Facebook regarding the dread of going back to work after a weekend or a holiday.  They call it by many different names – such as “Monday Morning Blues”.  Or, a case of “the Mondays”.

 

That poor attitude and lack of focus can cause all sorts of safety issues and accidents. Make sure that your head is back in the game before messing with heavy equipment or road machines. Do a quick self-check to make sure to re-focus.

Ask yourself these four questions before proceeding:

  • Am I putting myself or others at risk?
  • Am I prepared to continue to work safely?
  • Am I focused on what needs to get done?
  • Am I ready to act to do it safely?

 

Some people act like they know everything, But, my mother used to say, “It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye.” 

 

Keep an eye out for safety – no matter what! Nothing else in more important.

 

If you have been injured in a Work Place accident – Give the experienced Law Office of Gerald Fugit a call for advice.  We are definitely here to help.

 

Call Gerald Fugit Law Firm at: (432) 332-1661 to schedule your consultation.

 

Man drilling, with a safety suit and a safety hat on.

Snow-Covered house at Christmas time.

Christmas Season Accident Avoidance

Most people travel by car to visit their families to celebrate Christmas. Maybe we don’t travel that much during the year.  But, we definitely need to travel to spend time with our families during this wonderful season.

The National Safety council issues estimates for accidents during specific times of the year. They estimate that 115 people might die during the Christmas season in 2019 (this year). Automobile travel has the highest fatality rate compared to other major forms of transportation.

A big factor that contributes to the car crashes is, of course, alcohol consumption. Even though we enjoy visiting our loved ones, we need to be careful because our holiday plans can be ruined by a car accident. Some years will have more car accidents than others.

Whatever the numbers turn out to be – there are always too many injuries and fatalities on our Texas roads at Christmas time.

If you’ve had your holiday ruined from an auto accident injury, you should hire the experienced Law Office of Gerald K. Fugit at (432) 301-9252. We understand you expected something far different from this season. We won’t be able to bring back Christmas, but we can help you to seek financial compensation for your property damage and personal injuries.

Of course, we believe that it’s better to avoid collisions altogether. But, you have no control over how other individuals operate their vehicles. Here are a few good choices to help you avoid a crash:

  • Avoid peak driving times:You should be aware of when the roads are busiest in your area and how crowded the roads might be. In general though, Christmas Eve and the day after the holiday have particularly heavy traffic periods. It’s a good idea to schedule a longer vacation to leave earlier and later than most other families. Some people think that driving on Christmas Day is best.  I’ve not found that to be true. I guess it depends on where you’re going.

 

  • You should try to take a nap before you drive. Stay overnight with the family if no nap is possible:

Christmas day is a long day for everyone. Most people get up early to open the presents. Family members have expectations when we visit them. Rushing about is the norm.  By the time you’re ready to drive home, you’re probably exhausted.

You need to be careful not to drive while overly tired. Drowsy driving is a major contributor to car accidents. If you are worn out or exhausted, take a nap before you drive. Better yet, if you have a long day planned, make arrangements to stay the night with your hosts or splurge on a hotel nearby.

  • Designate a sober driver: 

It’s easy to overindulge when you’re with loved ones and having a good time. I happen to enjoy homemade eggnog myself. Wine during dinner is always special, too. If you drink too much throughout the day, that can mean you are not in the right state to drive home after dinner. If you know that you’ll need to get back in the car at the end of the day, make sure to have a designated driver – or limit yourself to ONLY ONE alcoholic beverage at mealtime.

Drive cautiously – based on the weather:

Snow is so pretty this time of year! However, snow, wind, and ice make it dangerous to visit friends and family over your holiday vacation. If you have to go somewhere for Christmas and winter weather is acting up, be extremely cautious while driving. Leave for your destination early. Drive slowly and leave plenty of room between you and the vehicles ahead.  Brake much sooner than you normally would. Your braking speed can take up to four hundred per cent – longer, when the road is slippery.

 

  • Avoid distractions:
    If you are lucky, everyone will be tired and sleep on the way home – except for you. This can help you avoid distractions while you drive. However, if other individuals are awake, be sure to keep conversation to a minimum. Yelling and crying kids are definitely a distraction. Remember to tuck that cell phone away. Texts, emails, and apps are all distractions that lead to serious accidents.

Contact the Law Office of Gerald K. Fugit for Help.

 

If a crash puts a damper on your holiday cheer, do not wait to get help with the situation.  Here’s how we do things: after speaking with you during an initial consultation, we can investigate your situation to gather evidence against the at-fault driver.

With documentation that supports your case, we can file the necessary insurance claims and negotiate a settlement on your behalf or take your case to court. Our main priority is to help you recover your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Call Gerald Fugit Law Firm at: (432) 332-1661 to schedule your consultation.

Snow-Covered house at Christmas time.

 

 

 

Emergency Auto Preparedness Checklist

Christmas Gifts in Case Someone Has a Car Accident

Christmas will be here soon and lots of our families and friends are extremely difficult to buy a Christmas gift for. We have some unique and useful presents to give them. No one wants to receive another crockpot or blender – or YIKES! [Socks] for Christmas.  Why not get them something that they really need in case they have an auto accident?

 

Many motorists are unprepared for even minor car accidents. There are plenty of anxiety-inducing situations where you could get stuck in a car for hours or days on end. Help your loved ones have peace of mind. Help your loved ones to be prepared – just in case.

 

No matter what the specific situation may be, they’ll need to have a supply of emergency equipment stored in their car.

 

If they’re stocked up on the essentials at home, that is great. But the preparation shouldn’t stop there. In addition to stocking up on preparedness supplies at home, you’ll want them to have a bug-out bag stored in their car. In it, make sure they have the following essentials: 

Flashlight – This is needed for so many reasons, that we don’t need to explain this item.

Emergency Flares – These will be used to improve visibility in case of an accident.  Other drivers will be able to see the car alongside the rode and then, hopefully, will reduce their speed.  They’re more than five times brighter than their electric alternatives.

Spare Tire – It’s stupid and dangerous not to have a spare tire.  Some of the newer cars are outfitted with no spare tire in order to save on mileage. That is bad news for all of us.

Wheel Wrench and Tripod Jack – Obviously necessary to change a flat tire.

Cell Phone Charger – Sometimes we “borrow” the cell phone charger for when we go on a trip and forget to replace it back into the car.  Get an extra one for the car and leave it there.

Water Bottles – You never know how long before you can get help.  Water can also be used to cleanse wounds or clean off the windshield for better visibility.

Snacks – Emergency food is essential when one gets stranded on the side of the road or even if you’re just stuck in traffic.  For one thing, it will keep your spirits up.

Warm Clothing – This is wintertime and it’s really bad to be out in the elements with no warm clothes.  It’s possible to get all dressed up for a celebration or a performance and then get stuck in an accident.

Blanket – Again, it’s winter.

First Aid Kit – Because … you never know when you’ll need it.

Emergency Auto Preparedness Checklist

At the end of the day, planning for worst-case scenarios in advance can make the difference between life and death. So, stock the car with the correct emergency gear.

Take this advice into account when planning for the future, and you and your family members will be more likely to thrive.

Your Personal Injury Attorney Will Go To Bat For you.

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Ten Silly Laws To Avoid Breaking

    We thought that we’d pull a funny one today!  The political system is so intense and then – we have our Christmas preparations.  Take a deep breath and calm down.  Read these funny old laws.  They are still on the books, however. So, READ MORE…