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Teenager Dies in Tragic Single Car Accident

A car accident occurred Sunday morning, when the 1993 Previa minivan was traveling on Peoria south. The cause of the accident occurred when the driver of the minivan improperly handled a left hand turn and veered off the road whereby the vehicle rolled several times. One of the passengers, who was nineteen years old, was ejected from the vehicle. The ejected passenger was declared dead at the scene.It is believed that the driver was under the influence of alcohol, marijuana and cocaine at the time of the accident. He has since been charged with Assault II, Manslaughter II, and DUI....

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Drunk Driver Caused Fatal Car Accident

In Long Island, New York a the driver of a 2008 BMW struck a Toyota on Southern State Parkway. The Toyota carried a wife and husband along with their two children, an eight-year-old boy and four-year-old girl. The Toyota caught a blaze after the collision and dreadfully trapped the husband and the children. The mother of the family attempted to rescue her family members, but tragically, she was unable to do so. The driver of the BMW was charged with DWI and leaving the scene of the accident. The skilled St. Louis area personal injury lawyer at Besserman Law is dedicated with...

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7 Things To Do Post Divorce

The only thing you're going to feel the demand for is communicating. The capacity to share your feelings about the way that it's impacting your life and what you're going through. Locate a friend, a person who can be objective, gives great guidance and is willing to tell you in case your actions are doing you harm. Do not speak about your troubles to your kids, they've their divorce dilemmas to cope with. A trustworthy friend and confidant will probably be priceless in regards to making do during a divorce.If you or a loved one are entering, thinking about, or need...

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One Person Dies in a Two Car Accident

Madison County Coroner Stephen P. Nonn has recognized the victim of a two-vehicle accident that took place Monday night after 10 pm on I-255 south of New Poag Road. The victim Max A. Davis, 24, of Carlyle IL, was driving in a Ford pickup in the northbound in the southbound paths of I-255 south of New Poag Road. His vehicle crashed with Cadillac STS. The operator of the Cadillac was taken to a St. Louis hospital. His condition is unidentified. The pick-up caught fire and burned in the accident.Davis was dead at the scene. The coroner states that Davis died...

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Combined Residential Custody and Joint Legal Custody

In Illinois, in making custody decisions, the prevalent issue of the court is what is in the best interests of the child. Many variables must be weighed by the judge in custody choices. When one parent has sole custody, the other parent will most likely be given visitation.Parents can consent to joint custody, while joint custody is not consistently given or both parents can request joint custody. If a parent requests joint custody, it must be considered by the court into idea. Joint custody may be requested by the court on its motion. In case the people can consent to...

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Bad Relationship to Divorce

Relationships frequently have surprising twists and turns. Occasionally they lead us in a direction that reinforces our relationship with almost no exertion on our part, but it is never that simple. The twists and turns can be challenging, leaving us feeling like we want an external party to help direct the way.I believe too many people attempt to figure out things on their very own and are left wondering why things are not improving in the manner they hoped for.The truth whether you select to recognize it or not is that sometimes "you do not get it." There are times...

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Serious Personal Injury Crash Involving Semi in Illinois

Illinois State Police stated the accident happened about 1:30 p.m. near Lawndale, which is about midway between Lincoln and Atlanta.State police said Solis neglected to slow for construction zone speed signs and hit the rear of another semi-trailer truck also known as a semi, 18 wheeler or tractor trailer, driven by Jeremy Armbruster, 30, of Missouri. His semi-trailer, in turn, crashed into the rear of the 3rd semitrailer 43, who's from Illinois. State police didn't possess the people's hometowns. Armbuster and released, and Johnson were treated at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln.For posted construction zone speed signs, Solis was...

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Things to Consider if You Need a Divorce Lawyer

Contact Deborah Besserman if any of the information below strikes a nerve, just talking to a divorce attorney in the Granite, City, IL, Edwardsville, IL, Collinsville, IL, or St. Clair County area will allow you to not make a costly mistake during divorce but will give you a better understanding of what your rights are in the situation.This initial step is a sensitive one. We all have to consider when arriving at the decision to divorce. The first thing you should question yourself do you want a divorce. Next, you should make certain that you have done all you can...

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Necessary Documents You Should Have When Preparing Information For Your Divorce Lawyer

Have you come to the conclusion of divorce, you need to start gathering documentation that will be required during the divorce process. Either you use an attorney or go the Pro Se route (Do-It-Yourself), the following is a listing of documents that you want to have ready for a divorce attorney to review:Complete addresses, list of phone numbers, and Social Security numbers of any kids that may be involved and both spouses.Full names of all involved, birth dates of children and spouses involved, Social Security numbers for all children and spouses involved, and addresses of children of the marriage, and...

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General Points of Discussion When Working With Your Divorce Lawyer on Separating Agreements

So you and your spouse separate, you will need to draw up a separation agreement. Some states recognize a legal separation, some don’t. If your state acknowledges a legal separation, your divorce lawyer in Illinois or Missouri or court clerk will be able to guide you and help you set up an arrangement. If your state does not recognize a legal separation, you will need your lawyer to file a request for an interim order. The legal separation arrangement is put in place to protect all parties to the divorce within the event you separate, and the divorce is concluded.Understand...

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