Aside from actually sitting down to a mouthwatering turkey dinner, most of the festivities that take place on Thanksgiving weekend require your family to pile into the car. In fact, Turkey Day is one of the busiest holidays for travel, which makes it one of the most dangerous. With more traffic come more opportunities for motor vehicle collisions.
Halloween is right around the corner, and that means it’s time to start planning your family’s trick-or-treating route. According to CNN, there are more than 40 million potential trick or treaters between the ages of 5 and 14 years old, so if you plan on taking the children door to door asking for candy, you will be in good company.
For many car accident victims, the internal injuries they sustain are much more severe than any external wounds. For example, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are fairly common in motor vehicle collisions, and they can have lasting consequences.
When was the last time you had a truly good night’s sleep? Nothing is better than clocking in a solid eight or nine hours of rest, but doing so every night is difficult for most people. Unfortunately, Americans do not value their sleep as much as they used to, and as a result, many adults get much less sleep than the recommended daily amount.
If you were injured due to the negligence of another person or a company, you have the right to file a personal injury claim for any damages that you incurred as a result. There are two main types of damages that are recoverable in personal injury cases: compensatory and punitive.