Whether you live paycheck to paycheck or you have a disposable income, there is no doubt that receiving child support is an invaluable help in taking care of your children after a divorce. At the law offices of Hall, Ricketts, Schuller & Gurbacki, P.C., we understand that many New York parents with primary custody have questions about child support once they begin receiving the money. Can my ex tell me how to spend child support or demand receipts, you may wonder? Will the court monitor my spending? Understandably, these questions may have you concerned.
New York is notorious for having angry and inpatient drivers. The truth is, more than 80% of drivers across the country admit to having road rage at some point during the last year, according to AAA. Road rage is rather common, as it is easy to become infuriated with another driver that is going too slow in front of you or who cut you off. You may be stuck in traffic while on your way to an important meeting and engage in dangerous driving behaviors in an attempt to get where you are going more quickly. It is critical that you are aware of the signs of aggressive driving so you do not engage in these behaviors and so you can report other drivers who are as they can endanger the lives of others.
At Hall Ricketts Schuller & Gurbacki PC in New York, we spend a good deal of time representing clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries as the result of a car accident. We therefore know that one such injury you could sustain is that of a catastrophic burn.