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!
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
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is the legal term for when a person operates a vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 % or above, and measures how physically impaired that person is while driving. It is a more serious charge than a DUI which indicates a lower degree of impairment, although in some … Continue reading DWI: What Happens If You Get Behind The Wheel While Intoxicated?
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