Although the precise figure varies from source to source, it’s a good idea to keep between three and six months’ worth of living expenses in liquid savings. This amount of money might provide a fairly reasonable cushion in the event of a minor emergency, but if something catastrophic was to happen, it would not be enough to protect your family’s financial security.
If you get hurt on the job, the thought of missing work in order to recover will probably cause significant stress. Even those who do not live from paycheck to paycheck can struggle financially if they are forced to miss several weeks of work.
According to WWLTV, a rear-end collision that occurred on LA 3235 in Lafourche Parish earlier this month resulted in one fatality. Louisiana State Police determined the two-vehicle crash happened just after 5:30 a.m. near Peterson Lane.
People all over the country enjoy taking advantage of the holidays by using the time off work to travel and see their loved ones. This leads to more congestion around Christmastime, which sadly results in more collisions.
Getting into a car crash is incredibly stressful, and the chaotic aftermath is enough to leave even the most calm and composed individuals frazzled. Unfortunately for accident victims, building a strong personal injury claim starts at the scene.
The only foolproof way to avoid getting into a motor vehicle collision is to stay off the roads entirely. Unfortunately, this is not actually feasible for most Americans. There are steps you can take to reduce the risk of serious injuries should you end up in an accident, though, and wearing your seat belt is perhaps the most important one.