Do you currently own a vacation timeshare? Many United States’ households own one or more types of what is referred to as shared vacation ownership products, or timeshares. The 2016 U.S. Shared Vacation Ownership Consolidated Owners Report indicated that this was the case for approximately 9.2 million Americans. It’s also been shown that three percent of American households have a timeshare, and the average age for timeshare owners is 46.8 years.
At the last count, there were 1,547 timeshare resorts located throughout the United States.The state of Florida, for example, is home to 25% of these. This is due, in part, to Florid
Did you know that falls and car accidents are some of the leading causes of TBI each year? Just take a look at the statistics: Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of TBI deaths, with rates being highest for adults aged 20-24. Falls also result in the greatest number of TBI visits in an emergency room, with 62,334 hospitalizations. Falls are actually the leading cause of non-deadly TBIs. These rates are highest for children who fall between 0-4 and adults who are 75 and older. In America, close to 1.7 million people sustain a TBI every year. About 52,000 will succumb to these injuries and pass away, and 275,000 will be hospitalized.
Helping You After You Hav
We want to help you with many planning needs, from writing a will, to working on your advance directive. But sometimes it’s best to take a step back and think about some of the aspects of your life that you normally push to the back of your mind. Did you know that Medicaid planning is also an important aspect to consider when you are thinking about your future? Today we will look at its importance and what services we offer you as a Medicaid lawyer.
Why Medicaid Planning is Important
You want to include Medicaid in your future plans. The rules of Medicaid can not only protect you in the long run, but also those that you love the mos
You received the initial divorce papers. You know the implications of starting the divorce process and know that, from here, nothing is going to be easy anymore. You know that you need to move forward with the help of a divorce lawyer but you aren’t quite sure where to go from there. Luckily for you, we offer legal help in a variety of cases, and we aren’t just limited to your divorce: We offer help as a real estate attorney, personal injury, adoption lawyer, and so much more. But today, our focus is your divorce and what you should do after you’ve been served divorce pap
Winter brings seasonal cheer, family gatherings and all the good food you can eat. It also brings some of the highest rates of car crashes.
If you’ve found yourself living in the aftermath of a car crash, you’re probably wondering where to go from here. With medical bills to pay and a car to repair, it’s easy to feel completely lost at sea. This is where your local law firm comes in. An auto accident lawyer works specifically in fields relating to crashes, a resource that can keep your head above water as you get your life back in order piece-by-piece. If you’ve never hired a lawyer before or just want a bigger picture of what you’re up against, the list below will answer your questions before y
Accidents happen on any job. If one is employed as a contractor working in the construction industry, these injuries are more likely to occur. Contractors face the hazards associated with building, creating, and working with heavy machinery and equipment, along with high heights, that often result in sustaining injuries on the job. In cases like these, it’s important to have an attorney who can help. The market in the construction industry is already fickle as it is with, over 40% of the workforce in that industry losing their jobs between 2006 and 2011. Rather than dealing with injuries and a lawsuit on one’s own, it’s important to use attorneys who are skilled in employment law. Read on to learn why every contractor needs a lawyer before stepping foot in the courtroom.
If Injured, It’s
Worldwide, 1.2 million people die in car accidents every year. Every year, 3 million people are injured in car accidents on U.S. roads. There are approximately 6 million car accidents in the United States every year. Many of these car accidents could have been prevented. They are the result of drunk, distracted, or negligent drivers.
Drunk driving, distracted driving, and aggressive driving are the top three causes of fatal car accidents in the United States. Every day, drunk drivers, distracted drivers, and aggressive drivers put the lives of others at risk, through erratic behavior or lack of attention on the road.
The statistics surrounding drunk driving are sta
Driving is something that a lot of people in the country enjoy or take part in on a daily basis. Having your own car can be extremely convenient, especially if you have to commute to and from work every day and also need to make short trips frequently for job-related purposes or for social calls. Owning a car means that you do not have to depend on public transport and can create your own schedules according to your own convenience. Driving is also an activity that brings with it certain very important responsibilities. Due to the fact that driving can be dangerous for drivers who do not have the full amount of focus and concentration available to them, driving can sometimes result in accidents.
Being a victim of an accident is never a pleasant experience. In addition to the property
Each day, people drive drunk almost 300,000 times but fewer than 4,000 are arrested. This statistic alone belies one of the central (seeming) problems that people face on the road today: the under the influence driver who is not cognizant of his or her surroundings, level of speed, lack of motor control, and lack of coordination.
Drunk driving (and sometimes to a larger extent–distracted driving) represent a serious problem in today’s society where carelessness, whether intentional or not, is resulting in a serious amount of car accidents, injuries, and even deaths. A driver who is under the influence or distracted will often be considered negligent in the eyes of the court.
This negligence often amounts to a great deal of fines, possibly jail time, monetary losses if another person’s car was a
Over the past few years, law enforcement has increased its usage of body and dashboard cameras. In 2000, for example, just 11% of the vehicles operated by the state police and highway patrol had in-car video cameras. By March 2015, roughly 33% of the United States’ 18,000 police departments had already begun to use them. Currently, however, estimates indicate that 72% of all state patrol vehicles have these systems in place.
There have been notable benefits to the use of body cameras f