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November 2018 Archives

Holiday road trips and auto accidents

Many people travel to visit their loved ones during the holidays, whether they fly across the country or drive to another state. This can be a stressful time of year for many reasons and it can be especially difficult when a motor vehicle collision occurs. Moreover, motor vehicle crashes are particularly likely to happen during the holidays for a variety of reasons. As a result, you should be careful when you go on a holiday road trip to visit family members, and even when you drive around your home.

Parking lot accidents increase exponentially in December

December is one of the worst driving months of the year. It has very little sunlight, frosty weather that make the roads slippery and holidays that send many travelers and drunk drivers to the streets together. However, it is not just the highways and county roads that increase in danger this month.

‘Nesting’: a new trend to provide kids stability after divorce

Divorce is often hard on everyone involved, but it can be especially difficult for children. In an effort to provide less disruption for the children, some divorced couples are trying ‘nesting.’ This creative approach to life after divorce involves the divorced parents sharing use of the family home and a studio apartment, taking turns caring for the children who remain consistently in the family home. When it is not a parent’s turn to stay in the family home with the children, he or she stays in the apartment. Essentially, the parents rotate houses instead of the children.

Snowmobiles and traffic accidents

Many different vehicles are involved in traffic accidents, from large trucks to motorcycles and passenger vehicles. Some, however, are less common but still pose a threat to those riding in the vehicle and others on the road. For example, a scooter may be involved in a crash or a snowmobile, especially in colder parts of the country that see heavy snowfall during the winter months. With winter weather appearing around the U.S., it is important for people in colder locales to be mindful of these risks.

The rush to divorce in 2018

Making the decision to get divorced is not generally something people in Colorado do quickly. Working through the process of getting to a final divorce settlement is also not commonly a quick or hurried thing. However, an imminent change to the United States Tax Code might actually be changing that for the near future.

Hangovers, workplace accidents and lawsuits

There are all sorts of considerations with regard to injuries sustained by workers while on the job. For example, an injured worker may struggle with medical costs, be unable to continue performing their job duties or have a lifelong injury following the accident. These are some of the challenges that workers face and these injuries can also be problematic for businesses as well. Moreover, they happen for many reasons, from dangerous working conditions to the negligent behavior of some workers. For example, some people may work while they are hungover after a night of heavy drinking, which can put their safety and the well-being of their co-workers at risk.

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