This is a guest post by Dr. Justin Snyder.
The physical trauma of an automobile accident can cause ongoing back pain and prevent normal daily activities, such as certain errands, chores, or even working. Depending on the severity of an auto injury, it can take weeks or months to recover. It’s imperative that you listen to your body and allow yourself time to heal before engaging in strenuous activity. Jumping back into your routine too quickly can trigger a relapse, but there are ways to speed your recovery. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Chris M. Alexander
How much can a glass of beer cost you? If it’s the glass that makes you drunk and leads to a driving while intoxicated (DWI) conviction, it could cost you $10,000, not to mention much more if the drunk driving leads to a car accident. Driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or more (whether under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or a combination of both) in Oklahoma can lead to a DWI offense, which can make your wallet several hundred (maybe thousand) dollars lighter. Here’s a look at how much a DWI offense can cost you in Oklahoma.