More than one million people are arrested for driving drunk each year—and not all of them are adults. Ten percent of teens admit that they’ve operated a motor vehicle after consuming alcohol, and alcohol plays a role in 17% of fatal car crashes that involve male or female drivers under the age of 21. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that figure jumps from 17% to 25% if you focus exclusively on teenage boys who drive while drunk.…Read More »
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If you live in the state of Massachusetts and you have a baby in your home, you may be protected against having your electricity shut off. This is especially true if you are also having financial troubles and the disconnection is due to past due bills. This protection is because the state of Massachusetts has laws in place to protect low income families with small children from disconnection. If you are a low-income parent with small children, it is in your best interest to know more about how this works.…Read More »
When you are planning to file a personal injury lawsuit, it is crucial that you carefully monitor what you are posting on your social media accounts. Social media is prevalent today, and much of what you post can possibly be used as evidence against you in court. The following are some things you should keep in mind when dealing with social media during a personal injury case: Access To Your Social Media Accounts…Read More »