Many couples put off getting divorced because they are concerned about how it will affect their kids. Still, divorce impacts thousands of families each year, and often, if you can handle it maturely, your kids likely will be happier in the long run.
Even first-time drunk drivers in Georgia face considerable repercussions for their crimes, and if you are among those charged and ultimately convicted of driving under the influence, you can count on it costing you a pretty substantial sum. In addition to possibly having to spend time behind bars in the wake of your crime, you can also expect to have to pay hefty fines, and you will also typically have to surrender your license for a period which can make it more difficult to come up with the money you owe.
Have you ever “zoned out” while driving down a Georgia street, road or highway? Have you ever realized with a jolt that you have no memory of driving the last few blocks or even miles? If so, you likely suffered a bout of microsleep.
When you are injured in an accident in Georgia, you may be facing a long road to recovery as you spend time regaining your strength and ability. When your recovery requires you to be immobilized for a period of time and to slowly reintroduce activity into your routine, it can be difficult to be patient. However, your commitment to allowing your body adequate time to heal is imperative to your ability to make a full recovery.
First receiving the news that you have been the victim of a traumatic brain injury after your accident in Georgia can leave you feeling defeated and anxious about what your future holds. Depending on the severity of your injury and the subsequent side effects, your life could be significantly altered and require you to relearn skills that were previously mastered. Despite the unsettling changes, you have the ability to overcome your perceived setbacks and continue to live a successful life.