Father’s Day is a day to celebrate all that our father figures have done for us in the past and will continue to do for us in the future. Although Father’s Day may be a little different this year, it doesn’t mean it won’t be a fun day devoted to your favorite father figure.
The end of the month of May is quickly approaching and it’s important to reevaluate how we will continue to live and thrive in a pandemic situation. For some, communities have begun re-opening and making progress to return to “normal”. For others, tight restrictions keep communities on lockdown.
Being involved in a car accident is often overwhelming, stressful, and confusing. When a car crash happens during a global pandemic, it’s even more difficult.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, which is a time to raise awareness of an issue that injures more than 700 people a day. In 2018 alone, distracted driving claimed 2,841 lives according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Spring has sprung and this season has brought unique circumstances: a mandatory quarantine for many citizens around the world. The COVID-19 virus is the cause of a national pandemic in America, in addition to various other countries across the globe, causing a huge disruption in the way many chose to live their lives.
The days, weeks, months, and sometimes years following a collision can be overwhelming. With mounting bills, having to take time off work, and trying to find a new “normal”, the adjustment after a car accident may be more stressful than the accident itself. Then adding the stress of dealing with the insurance company about your claim, you may feel unable to tackle it all at once.