What are your Thanksgiving plans? If you’re like millions of Americans, chances are good that you’ll either be driving to visit relatives or your relatives will drive to visit you. And that’s a big part of why the roads on Thanksgiving are more dangerous than almost any other time of year.
Thanksgiving should be a time for families and friends to gather to relax, enjoy each other’s company, and dig into amazing food. It should also be a time to count our blessings and be grateful for what we have. But every year we see many families who end up having a major tragedy on or around Thanksgiving—and all too often, these tragedies could have been prevented.
Here are Steinger, Iscoe & Greene’s tips for a happy, safe Thanksgiving:
For the great majority of families, Thanksgiving will go off without a hitch, but don’t be one of the casualties. Exercise caution and have fun on your holiday. If you are injured in an accident on or off the roads, remember that you may be entitled to substantial compensation to help cover your costs. Call the attorneys of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene for experienced, compassionate help.