It's arrived! The Traffic and Travel edition of LegalWise. Download the PDF here: LegalWise-August 16 Inside you'll find: What's Distracting the Driver's Around You? Pokémon Go - The Latest App Craze Cell Phone Laws From State-to-State Use this interactive map to find individual state laws! Attorney Spotlight The Law Firm of Wampler and Souder … Continue reading The August edition of LegalWise is here!
Buying a used car can save you money but also comes with risks. Finding out the history of the car is vital to help guide you in your decision. Did you know that the Department of Justice offers a website where you can find out information on the history of a car? For a small fee, the … Continue reading Buying A Used Car – What To Look For
Many people choose to decline the optional collision damage waiver (CDW) and loss damage waiver (LDW) on their rental cars in favor of using the coverage offered by their credit cards. Although you may think you are protected, many cards have restrictions you may not be aware of such as: • Most credit cards will … Continue reading Renting A Car? Know Your Insurance Options
Taking a road trip this month? The US Department of Transportation suggests preparing by putting together an emergency roadside kit. In addition to having a charged cellphone and first aid kit, consider having the following items handy in case of an emergency. • Flashlight • Flares and a white flag • Jumper cables • Work … Continue reading Road Trips: In Case of an Emergency
Q: While vacationing over the summer, my car was returned by the hotel’s valet with visible damage. Who is responsible for the cost of repairs? A: In most cases, the establishment is responsible for damages caused by the valet service, so you should first discuss the issue with the hotel manager. However, if anotherguest … Continue reading Valet Parking