Auto accidents, even the minor ones, can be scary, stressful experiences. What is important in all accidents is to check for injuries, call for police and ambulance services, and remain calm. Following these six steps will give you something to concentrate on and help protect your interests down the line. Gather the Required Car Paperwork Though the Department of Motor Vehicles operates slightly differently in each state, the type of vehicle documentation needed is pretty standard. [Read More]
3 Helpful Tips To Stay Accident-Free On Your First Long-Distance Motorcycle Road Trip
Now that winter is over, a lot of new motorcycle enthusiasts start planning long road trips for the upcoming warmer months. Some of them may be planning multi-day excursions through several states. If this sounds like you, you'll want to be sure to check the helmet laws of each state you will travel through. While this is definitely important to help reduce the seriousness of injuries from a motorcycle accident, there are a few other important things to consider that can help reduce your risks of being in an accident, especially since this will be your first long road trip. [Read More]
What To Do After Bankruptcy Discharge?
Bankruptcy can be an absolute necessity for a number of people. Whether you're filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy (aka "simple bankruptcy") or Chapter 13 bankruptcy (commonly known as a "debt repayment plan bankruptcy"), there are several things that you should know about the process once it's "finished." Simply because you have finalized all of the paperwork and that you have been given a status of "discharge" does not mean that you are entirely finished with the process in total. [Read More]