As we discussed in an earlier blog, most people involved in a car accident suffer from some degree of emotional or psychological upset that may make them more hypervigilant while driving. In some cases, however, a car accident can trigger or aggravate a more serious psychological condition that may affect more than just their driving, such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
“If I have outstanding criminal charges can I still to travel to the U.S.?”
“Will I be stopped at the U.S. border if they see I have a criminal record from the past?”
“If my criminal charges have been stayed, am I cleared to travel to the U.S.?”
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Many people who have been in a motor vehicle accident find themselves doing one or more of the following things after the accident:
Whiplash, or whiplash associated disorder, is one of the most common diagnoses following a motor vehicle accident. Nearly everyone who has been in an accident or knows someone who has been in an accident has heard of whiplash, but what exactly is whiplash?
Personal injury compensation for motor vehicle accidents often focuses on the drivers but passengers are also entitled to make a claim.