Springtime is here! The snow is melting, the flowers are blooming and the birds are chirping. But even as the snow goes away until next winter, there are still some seasonal driving hazards in the springtime.
You take pride in the sense of closeness your family has with each other. There is little drama during holidays and family get-togethers, and you have no real reason to believe there would be a major rift in your family. Why worry that your loved ones would fight over your possessions after you pass away? This is a possibility that you and other Ohio residents should consider, however. You would want to take measures to prevent a will contest or a dispute over your possessions among your family members after your death, no matter how minor the argument might be.
Experiencing an accident can be a physically and emotionally traumatic event. Any sudden motion or blows to the head can cause a variety of injuries. If you are experiencing neck pain or headaches, you might be wondering exactly what happened during your collision.
An operating a vehicle under the influence charge and conviction can impact many areas of your life, potentially affecting you financially, professionally and personally. If you live in Ohio, are over 21, and demonstrate a blood-alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher, or if you are under 18 and demonstrate a blood-alcohol content of 0.02 percent or higher, you may face a charge.