With extreme weather and busy roads throughout the state of Nebraska, drivers should always drive defensively and be on the lookout for potential hazards. Unfortunately, there are times when drivers and passengers do their best to avoid an accident and through no fault of their own, the worst happens.
There are many college students and young adults who enjoy spending the weekends drinking alcohol and taking to the roads afterwards. The highest concern for motorists and pedestrians is for their lives when alcohol and driving are combined. Despite the many other options available (designated drivers, Uber, Lyft, local taxi, etc.) many young college students misjudge their sobriety and get behind the wheel anyway.
Divorce is tricky enough when trying to equally distribute family assets. When spouses are also business partners, the situation becomes especially difficult because the business’s assets need to be divvied up as well.
Divorce is typically a stressful and emotional time for the entire family. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), most children adjust well to divorce within about two years, but some actions you take as a parent could make their adjustment easier.
Going through a divorce is an emotional process and sometimes emotions get the better of us. We all want what’s best for our children but when it comes to money, it’s too easy to fight.
Large trucks can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds when carrying a full load. While traveling along interstates and highways at speeds of 60 to 70 miles per hour, you can understand how catastrophic and deadly a crash with one of these trucks can be to someone driving a passenger car.