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Fatigue, frustration and complacency: Factors in many collisions

Have you ever been cut off in your driving lane by a driver who failed to yield or someone who unexpectedly made a lane change in front of you? Such experiences can be downright frightening and often lead to a collision. Drivers who exhibit unsafe behaviors like these behind the wheel are often distracted. There are also many people in Rhode Island who have worked long hours without much sleep, as well as some who often get lost in their own thoughts when they drive.

Car accidents can have several impacts on your life

Car crashes are difficult to recover from because the process can take so long. If you were injured in the accident, you will have to seek out medical care to ensure that you are addressing all of the injuries so that you can move forward with your life. This can actually be a complex process because of the need to have more than one appointment.

Why does my child need an Individualized Education Program?

Children who are classified as needing services provided by special education teachers are required by law to have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) drafted for them. This legal document is supposed to clearly define what your child's specific learning needs are, how the school intends to go about providing them and how they intend to keep track of the process that they're making.

Property division can be challenging in high-asset cases

Trying to sort through the assets that you and your ex amassed can be one of the most difficult aspects of a divorce. Still, it has to be done so that you can get the divorce finalized. We are here to help you work through the property division process. When you are dealing with a high-asset situation, you might find that there is more to this than what you expected when you embarked upon the process.


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