Opiate addiction is a serious problem all over the United States. Along with the impact that it has on the user, it can also greatly impact families as they watch their loved one succumb to the effects of addiction. Even when families suspect a problem, it can be hard to pin down opiate addiction, especially during the earliest stages. In this case, the Mayo Clinic offers the following signs to look out for. That way you can rest assured that your family member gets the help he needs as soon as possible.
Many in Roswell may worry about encountering a drunk driver on the road, yet a distracted driver can be just as dangerous. Driving distractions are not limited to cell phones; something as simple as eating while driving can make a motorist dangerous to others. Indeed, information compiled through a collaboration between The Auto Alliance and The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons shows that those who eat and drink behind the wheel are 3.6 times more likely to be involved in an accident than those who do not.
As people in Roswell head into their divorce proceedings, they may conflicted as to how to handle the division of their 401k accounts. The contributions made to such accounts during a marriage are considered to be marital property, and thus subject to property division. Yet some may want to retain the full value of those accounts in order to stay on track to meet their individual financial goals once they reach the age of retirement. Is that possible?
Many of the clients that we here at the Sanders Law Firm have worked with in the past have been forced into dealing with every property owner's nightmare scenario: someone sustaining injuries on their land. If you are currently dealing with the same issue, then you may have already resigned yourself to the notion that you will be held liable (after all, any accidents that occur on your property are your responsibility, right?). Yet your actual liability may depend on why the injured person was on your property in the first place.