It's common not to experience injury-related symptoms immediately after a car accident. In the aftermath of a crash, you may have been able to get out of your vehicle, handle the situation and make your way home, without noticing discomfort.
A recent car crash in Tennessee left two people injured. Police are still investigating the incident. When motor vehicle accidents occur, the drivers who caused them may be held responsible for the victims' losses. This may be true for this case.
The loss of a job, a medical crisis or just mounting debt can often make one feel as if all hope is lost. As the bills continue to build, the Tennessee resident's hopes and dreams appear to dwindle. However, this does not have to be the case. For many, filing for bankruptcy can actually be the beginning of rebuilding one's hopes, dreams and financial picture.
When people are struggling under mounting debt, it can feel like the stress, anxiety and financial strain will never end. Add to that the non-stop calls from creditors and the penalties that continue to pile up every month, and it is no surprise that people often feel like getting any relief is impossible.
You know that driving is a risky behavior. You’ve seen it. The car that speeds up and slows down. The one that swerves in and out of the lane. The one that follows too closely behind you. It’s why you worry about your teenager who is now behind the wheel alone.