There is nothing worse than being involved in a motor vehicle accident. Not only can this lead to serious injury, but it can result in property damage as well.
Many people shy away from creating a living will because they don't know exactly what it can do for them. Here's why: The name can be a bit misleading.
Tennessee has a fairly high divorce rate. In 2016, there were over 25,000 divorces in the state, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
There is never a good time to be part of a motor vehicle accident; however, you could find yourself dealing with this at some point in the future.
With your kids getting out of school, Memorial Day weekend coming up and the weather getting warmer, summer is well on its way. While you are of course excited to take a vacation and enjoy the sun, you likely have child custody issues weighing on your mind.
There is more to estate planning than meets the eye. Even if you think you have everything in order, you could find yourself making a mistake that costs you and/or your family both time and money.
If you are involved in a car accident, there is no way of knowing what type of injury you could suffer. Even so, some car accident injuries are more common than others. Understanding these will go a long way in helping you obtain the right treatment should you find yourself in this situation.