A conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) in South Carolina has a major impact on every area of your life. In addition to fines and court costs, you face the loss of your driver’s license and could end up with a jail sentence. This impacts your work, school, and personal life, while preventing you from providing for family members. To avoid these penalties, you need a strong DUI defense. The following are four strategies that could help you avoid a DUI conviction. 1.
Working long shifts, taking care of family members, and having a busy social life does not allow for much sleep. In addition to endangering your overall health, it increases your risks for car accidents. When drivers are excessively tired or fall asleep behind the wheel, serious and potentially life threatening personal injuries can result. The following highlights the dangers of drowsy driving, who these accidents often involve, and how you can decrease your risks. Car Accid
While going through a marital separation is never easy, taking some time to cool down and live apart from your spouse can help you both get a fresh perspective on the situation. However, it is important during this time to be realistic and to keep in mind the problems and issues you face in your marriage. In some cases, couples may end up reconciling, whereas in other situations a separation may end in divorce. To protect yourself, the following steps outline what to do when
Residents in the Crosland Park section of Aiken have been increasingly concerned about traffic conditions and speeding drivers, particularly considering the number of pedestrians in the area. Their worst fears were confirmed recently when a man was fatally struck and killed. To make matters worse, the accident was a hit and run. Unfortunately, these types of car accidents are common. Even when they are not fatal, they pose a significant risk for serious personal injuries. The
Most occupations require some sort of physical activity. Factory workers lift and load heavy boxes all day, service industry workers stand on their feet and carry heavy trays, and even office employees perform repetitive tasks, such as opening mail or answering phones. Overuse is a major concern and a common cause of workers’ compensation claims. The following offers important information about these injuries and the steps you can take to help prevent them. Common Types of Ov