My Elderly Parent and Driving: Am I Liable If My Mom or Dad Causes an Accident?

Posted by on Sep 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on My Elderly Parent and Driving: Am I Liable If My Mom or Dad Causes an Accident?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 214,000 elderly Americans were injured in automobile accidents in 2012. If you’re the child of an elderly parent, chances are you are doing some caretaking these days. From putting a roof over their heads to paying the bills, many adults are left supporting their parents in their golden years. If your parent is the cause of a motor-vehicle accident, you might be wondering about your own financial responsibilities. Here are a few questions you might have about your liability if your parent is in an automobile accident: Am I Legally and Financially Responsible for My Parent After the Crash? Even if your parents live with you, if you pay their bills and are in every other way financially responsible for them, you will not be held legally responsible in the event your parents cause an automobile accident in a car that they legally own. Your parents are adults and are competent individuals, so if they are involved in a car accident, they will need to deal with the financial and legal ramifications of the crash.  However, even though you won’t be held legally responsible, it is still important to contact an attorney to discuss any steps you should take to help you parent with their case.  What If I Own the Car My Parent Was Driving? The issue of your liability does become more serious if you are the legal owner of the vehicle your parent was driving. In most states, you will be held financially and legally responsible for the crash because you are the owner of the car. If you rented or leased the car, you will also be held responsible.  According to Nolo, this is referred to as negligent entrustment. If you loan your vehicle to an elderly parent, and that parent is involved in a crash, the other driver’s lawyer can argue that because of their advanced age, they are physically unfit to get behind the wheel.  Your financial obligation and liability will depend upon several factors, including your state of residence. For example, in some states, there will be a cap on how much you will have to pay the other driver. However, be aware that in most states, even if the other driver is compensated by their own insurance company—which would occur in no-fault states—you might still be held legally responsible. This can leave you open to a lawsuit that could be very financially damaging. Whatever your situation, your first step after the accident should be to hire a lawyer. It is especially vital if you are the owner of the vehicle your parent was driving. Can I Legally Take My Parent’s Keys Away? Whether your parent was involved in an accident or not, you might be concerned with your parent’s ability to drive safely. If your parent refuses to give up their keys, you might be wondering if you have any legal recourse. In this case, your best bet is to contact an attorney. Your attorney might advise you to speak with your parent again, and if they are still uncooperative, to take the next step. Begin by contacting your parent’s physician or optometrist. Either of these professionals can fill out a medical status report. This report is then taken to the Department of...

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Car Accident Cases: 4 Financial Impacts For Hairdressers With Hand Injuries

Posted by on Jun 13, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Car Accident Cases: 4 Financial Impacts For Hairdressers With Hand Injuries

Styling hair is an art form that is performed on the human head. To help perform this art form, a hairdresser requires the use of their hands to control a variety of tools and really make a hairstyle come to life. If you’re a hairdresser that has suffered a hand injury in a car accident, then your future career may drastically change. As you heal through the injuries, there are four financial impacts that can make a huge difference in your life. By consulting with a car accident lawyer, you can seek a settlement from the liable party involved in the car accident. Adding these four financial impacts will help act as evidence and build on the compensation amount that you deserve. Lost Income One of the biggest impacts that you will have is lost income. While this may seem obvious, there are several other factors to consider when trying to receive compensation for the income that you receive. Along with a standard pay rate, many hairdressers receive tips for the work that they do. These tips can add up each week and make a big impact on the amount that you make. If you kept track of your daily or weekly tips, then it can act as great evidence for your case. The lost tip money can be compensated for in your settlement and add to the lost income that you are already missing out on. Special Events Along with working at a salon, many hairdressers book gigs on the side. Weddings, proms, and funerals are just a few of the events that you may style hair for. When dealing with a hand injury, you may be forced to cancel these events and lose out on the extra money that you have earned. If you already had sessions booked, then you can use contracts and agreements as evidence of the lost income. You can also use annual average incomes that you earned from these events to showcase amounts that you have lost. An attorney can help you organize this and present it as valid evidence for your case. Physical Therapy As you heal through your injury, it may be hard to use your hand like you once used to. In this case, you may need to go to special physical therapy sessions to establish your fine motor skills again. These sessions can focus on the small movements and specific movements with tools like scissors. In some cases, your health insurance may not cover the costs of extra therapy sessions and training. If this is the case, then the party responsible for the accident can be held liable and the costs can be included within your settlement case. An attorney can also seek compensation for any future physical therapy sessions that you may have to attend. Adaptive Tools Sometimes a hand injury can create permanent problems like pains, aches, and the inability to perform for an extended amount of time. As you prepare to go back to work, you may need to purchase some adaptive equipment so you can cut hair the way that you used to. Basic equipment may include scissors with special handles or a wrist support. For cleaning up your hairdressing area, you may need to purchase adaptive cleaning tools like brooms, dust pans, or small...

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Suffering From Acute Stress Disorder After Your Car Accident? Ask An Attorney For Help

Posted by on May 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Suffering From Acute Stress Disorder After Your Car Accident? Ask An Attorney For Help

If you suffer from acute stress disorder after your car accident, seek legal counseling and representation from an attorney. Acute stress disorder, or ASD, is a life-changing and debilitating condition that occurs when you face a traumatic and life-threatening event. If you or someone you love almost died in your car accident, the event can affect how you handle stressful situations in the future. In addition, you can develop problems with everyday living, such as the inability to care for your family or attend school. Here’s what ASD is, how it affects you and what a car accident lawyer can do to help you. What’s Acute Stress Disorder? ASD is one of several types of mental disorders that develop from traumatic experiences. Acute stress disorder occurs weeks after you experience your car accident and takes a toll on your life for three days to a month after the event. It’s possible for your ASD to develop into post-traumatic stress disorder without the proper treatment. The symptoms of ASD can strike at any time and can vary in intensity. You can experience intense and vivid flashbacks of your accident during your awake hours and nightmares when you fall asleep. You may even avoid friends and family in order to hide your inability to cope with your accident. Some individuals become detached from their emotions to cope with the painful memories. Other people experience dissociative amnesia and can’t recall the events leading up to and after their traumatic event.  How Is ASD Diagnosed? Before an accident lawyer can add acute stress disorder to your personal injury case, they must obtain viable proof of your ASD. Because ASD can mimic the symptoms caused by alcoholism, depression, schizophrenia, and other mental illnesses, the at-fault driver’s insurance company may blame your post-traumatic symptoms on these issues. The insurer may not want to compensate you fairly for ASD, as well as any physical injuries you sustained from the accident.  A medical doctor or psychiatric specialist will generally use psychological tests to evaluate your mental state. The psychological tests may include asking questions about your childhood to see if you have a history of mental illness. The specialists may even acquire records of your medical history to see if you have any past problems or conditions that can possibly trigger your symptoms. Doctors may run a variety of blood and urine tests to rule alcohol and drug abuse. The healthcare providers can also use these types of tests to look for traces of any medications you might take for a mental illness. If you take narcotics or other strong pain medications to control the pain caused by your physical injuries, it’s important to reveal this information to the doctors. Some pain medications, such as opiates, contain ingredients that may show up as illegal drugs. After they complete the tests and rule out the issues above, the doctors will give the results to an attorney to look over and file a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. The insurer may try to stall your case until it can verify the documentation presented to them. During this time, the insurer may also try to negotiate a settlement amount with a car accident attorney that doesn’t reflect the extent of your ASD and physical injuries. If the attorney doesn’t consider the settlement offer acceptable, they may choose to take...

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Live In An Area With A Lot Of Dogs? What You Need To Know About Canine Attacks

Posted by on May 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Live In An Area With A Lot Of Dogs? What You Need To Know About Canine Attacks

If you suffer from cynophobia, a fear of dogs, or live in an area where there are a lot of off-leash canines, you may worry about getting bitten by one of the animals. Your fears are not unwarranted, as approximately 4.5 million dog bites occur every year. If you want to make sure that you and your family are prepared for dealing with dogs that turn hostile, the following guide can serve as your primer. Understanding the Health Risks While most dog bites do not become infected, the ones that do can cause serious health issues. Nearly 1 out of 5 of dog bites requires medical attention. Tetanus is a common infection that you can get from a variety of injuries, including dog bites. Even if you think you are simply suffering from a minor wound after a bite, you could be infected with tetanus. The average incubation period of the tetanus bacteria is 10 days, although it can take up to 21 days before you begin feeling ill from the infection. If you do not receive a tetanus vaccine shot right away, you may start suffering from muscle aches, fever, headaches, sweating and even seizures. You can also get a staph infection called MRSA from dog bites. If left untreated, the infection can spread to your lungs and blood stream and become life threatening. Rabies can also be spread via dog bites. Furthermore, if you do not receive treatment right away after an attack by a rabid dog, the rabies virus can be fatal. Other types of bacteria that you can get from dog bites include Capnocytophaga and Pasteurella. However, serious infections from these bacteria are not common. Reading a Dog’s Demeanor and Protecting Yourself While dogs can be gentle, beloved companions that provide protection and comfort to their owners, canines that have experienced trauma or that have been mistreated may react in unpredictable ways around other family members and strangers. If you are worried about getting attacked by a dog, you should learn how to read the demeanor of canines in order to ward off attacks. Dogs attack if they feel under stress, scared or lost. They begin to show signs of aggression including: Barking and snarling Baring teeth Raising ears Tucking the tail If you sense a dog is in attack mode, do not raise your voice. Back away slowly and do not run. If the dog does attack and bite, use your arms to deflect the dog away from your face and throat. Try to keep the dog in front of you and look for something to put between you and the canine. If you fall during the attack, curl yourself into a ball and use your arms to protect your head, neck and torso. Knowing What to Do After an Attack Even if you do not feel any pain from what seemed like a minor bite from a dog attack, you should seek medical attention. If the bite breaks the skin, you are at risk for an infection. You can wash a minor wound with soap and water, apply an antibiotic cream and cover it with a bandage before you head to the doctor. For deep wounds, call 911 for help. If you have a friend or family member with you, ask them for help...

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Understanding Personal Injury Settlements

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Understanding Personal Injury Settlements

If you are like most people, you have probably read about personal injury case settlements in the news and secretly thought the person was awarded a lot of money for a simple injury. So it may surprise you to learn that people who win a personal injury settlement don’t really receive the large settlement reported in the papers. If you or someone you know is involved in a personal injury claim, expect the final award to you to be much lower than the reported settlement. Why don’t people get all the money from a personal injury settlement? The amount of a personal injury settlement is subject to some required deductions once the case is settled. That means any expenses related to the case must be paid before the settlement amount is awarded to the injured party. Here are some common expenses that are deducted from the settlement before a check it is issued to the injured party. Legal Fees: Most personal injury lawyers work on a contingency fee, which means they don’t get paid unless you win the case. But that doesn’t mean the lawyer is working for free. It only means he is willing to wait until the case is settled to get paid. Personal injury lawyers typically charge between 33% and 40% of the settlement. The amount an attorney can charge depends on the regulations in the state where the injury occurs. Attorney fees are calculated after other required fees are deducted. Medical Bills:  You assume that if your medical insurance has covered medical bills related to the injury that you are free and clear of any obligation for payment. In the case of personal injury cases, this isn’t true. Because another party has been found responsible for the injury, the insurance company has the right to recoup any and all money they have paid on your behalf.  Because medical costs were part of the formula for determining your personal injury award, you are responsible for paying those bills. Your lawyer can negotiate the repayment of the medical costs, which may substantially reduce the amount you need to repay the insurance company; however, he may charge an additional fee for doing so. Police Reports: Any fees related to acquiring police reports will also be deducted from the settlement. Expert Witnesses: If your lawyer took advantage of expert witnesses to prove your case, you are responsible for any fees paid to them. Misc. Costs: This includes phone calls, postage, filing fees, copying fees, research fees, fees to acquire medical records and any other service needed to prepare or try your case. How would the court know if you paid the fees? When your case is settled, the awarded amount is sent to your lawyer. He is responsible for seeing that all the required expenses are paid. He will not write a check to you until everything is tallied and subtracted from the total settlement. How much does the injured party actually receive? It is not unusual for the injured party to receive much less than the total settlement amount. An award of $50,000 can quickly dwindle to less than $25,000. Assuming you have $10,000 in medical costs and another $2000 in other required costs, this brings the total down to $38,000. If your lawyer then subtracts his fee...

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Medical Malpractice For A Defective Dental Implant: What Evidence Would You Need?

Posted by on Mar 14, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Medical Malpractice For A Defective Dental Implant: What Evidence Would You Need?

Thousands of Americans successfully undergo dental surgery to install implants every year, and these implants offer practical and esthetic benefits to people with missing teeth. Unfortunately, some people with implants undergo considerable pain and suffering because a dentist failed to install the implant properly. If you believe your dental implant failed because your dentist did something wrong, learn more about the four main types of evidence you will need to have to successfully file a medical malpractice lawsuit. The dentist-patient relationship To successfully file a medical malpractice lawsuit, you need to prove that there was a formal dentist-patient relationship in place when you underwent the treatment. This is probably one of the easier elements of the case to prove because the relationship exists as soon as a dentist agrees to diagnose or treat you. Very few courts will challenge this part of the case, but it may help if you can keep copies of a diagnosis and treatment plan that the dentist gives you. This part of the lawsuit may become more difficult if the dentist claims the relationship ended before the date when you allege malpractice took place, so medical reports and dated invoices are still important types of evidence. The dentist’s negligence or sub-standard care All doctors and dentists must act with the level of skill and care that any other health professional would demonstrate in the situation. There are plenty of sources of information that your attorney can use to prove that the dentist was negligent. These sources of evidence include: Clinical practice guidelines from groups like the American Dental Association. Expert witness testimony about what the dentist should/not have done in the circumstances. Other medical malpractice lawsuits. It isn’t always easy to prove that the dentist was negligent, as every case is different. However, under United States law, the plaintiff (you) need only demonstrate the facts by a preponderance of the evidence. This is an easier legal standard to prove because you only need to show the court that your evidence is more likely to be true than false. Nonetheless, the defendant’s attorney will almost certainly present evidence to suggest that there was no negligence. As such, you still need to make sure that you have as much evidence as possible that the dentist failed to perform as he or she should have. The link between the negligence and your injury The dentist’s negligence won’t always directly result in an injury. For example, a serious infection could occur after the dentist installs the implant. Even if you can show that the dentist didn’t install the implant correctly, other factors (including your inability to clean the wound site) may lead to the infection. As such, you will need to show how the negligence contributed directly to the injury. Common examples of reasons for failed implants include: Perforation of the nasal sinuses, which can lead to discomfort and infection Loose implants that occur due to inadequate bone Nerve impairment where the implant interferes with the nerve In each case, you would need to show how the dentist’s negligence directly resulted in the injury, and you may need to discount a claim from the defendant’s attorney that something else caused the problem. The harm caused Just as negligence is not always the cause of harm, a dentist’s sub-standard care may...

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Know Your Responsibilities During Your Workers’ Compensation Benefit Period

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Know Your Responsibilities During Your Workers’ Compensation Benefit Period

If you have been injured on the job, you are usually entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. These benefits provide a percentage of your income while you are unable to work, and they will also cover the medical care associated with your injury. The benefits are paid by a workers’ compensation insurance company, not by your employer (your employer pays the premiums to the insurance company). While the insurance company will be handling most of the paperwork, you have responsibilities that you must meet to be sure that your claims are paid and that you receive appropriate compensation. Here are some of them. Keep Your Medical Appointments The workers’ compensation insurance company will probably have a list of providers that you must choose from. Sometimes they will tell you one particular healthcare facility that you must use. While you are free to see your own doctor, be aware that the visits will likely not be covered. Even if you choose to pay out of pocket to see your family doctor, you must see the workers’ compensation physicians if you want to receive benefits. Keep all appointments that you make. If you must cancel an appointment, reschedule as soon as possible. The reason for this is that the workers’ compensation insurance company might feel that you are not in pain or having functional difficulties if you do not make the effort to see the doctor as recommended. Keep Meticulous Records If you have ever had to depend on your medical insurance to pay for a complicated treatment plan, you know how important it is to document everything. Ask the healthcare provider for a list of all procedures done for your records. Also, write down any medications prescribed. In addition to keeping track of your medical care for this injury, keep careful notes on how much financial compensation you are receiving. If there is a discrepancy between what you are receiving and what you should be receiving, it’s easier to fix if it’s caught quickly. If it isn’t detected for some reason, having the stubs and payment records will allow an attorney or the insurance company to figure out the difference in what you have been paid and what you should have been paid. Follow Job Search Directions In some states, you will need to apply for positions that you can do even with your injury. This is less of an issue if you are only expected to miss work for a week or two, but if your injury causes you to miss many weeks or months of work, you might need to begin looking elsewhere. Keep careful track of how many jobs you apply for and what the outcome of each application is. If you have to turn in proof of application, get this taken care of as you apply, rather than having to go back and fill out the paperwork later. Seek the Services of a Workers’ Compensation Attorney If your case is complicated or your injury is severe, a workers’ compensation attorney can make sure that you are compensated fairly. He or she will work with the insurance company to ensure that your payments are on time and in full. When you decide to hire a workers’ compensation lawyer, you will be forwarding all of your notes on medical...

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Denied SS Benefits For Earning Too Much Income? Here’s What You’ll Need To Know

Posted by on Jan 30, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Denied SS Benefits For Earning Too Much Income? Here’s What You’ll Need To Know

There are plenty of reasons why you may be denied your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. Having too much income is one of the most common reasons you could be denied benefits. To understand why, it’s important to know what the income limits are and how certain activities could count against you when assessing your benefit eligibility. Understanding SGA The Social Security Administration (SSA) usually determines SSDI and SSI eligibility according to an applicant’s ability to earn a living by performing significant physical or mental activities, also known as “substantial gainful activity” (SGA). If you’re disabled and applying for benefits, the amount of money you’re able to earn could count against the SGA threshold set by the SSA. For 2016, the thresholds are $1,130 per month for non-blind recipients and $1,820 for blind recipients. In order to qualify for benefits, your medical condition must be serious enough that it keeps you from making a significant living throughout the year. Earning wages beyond the set thresholds for SGA could put your benefits in jeopardy as your earning activity indicates an ability to work normally in spite of your condition, even if you work part-time or make substantially less than before you were disabled. Voluntary Work Could Also Count Against You Even unpaid activities such as volunteer work could be considered SGA, as these activities demonstrate that you’re able to work at the SGA level. If you pitch in at a local charity or animal shelter for a few hours a week, volunteer at a business owned by a family member or volunteer in a position where wages would be above the SGA level if it was a paid position, the SSA could deny your SSDI or SSI benefits based on this demonstration of your work abilities. The only exceptions to this rule are voluntary activities covered by the Domestic Volunteer Service Act of 1973 and the Small Business Act. Performing work for programs such as Volunteers in Service to America and Active Corps of Executives won’t count against you when it comes to applying for your SSDI or SSI benefits. Exceptions to the Rule Not every activity falls under the SGA rule when it comes to initial eligibility. For instance, the everyday activities you perform to take care of yourself aren’t counted as SGA. Ordinary household chores aren’t counted and your normal social activities won’t be counted as well. You also won’t have to worry about running afoul of SGA levels when undergoing physical, mental or occupational therapy. While these activities won’t affect your initial eligibility, they may play a small role in the SSA deciding whether to continue or terminate your benefits upon reevaluation. If you’re receiving SSI, you may have some of your earned and unearned income exempted from being counted as SGA. This includes the first $65/month of your earned income plus 1/2 of remaining earnings. Money received from need-based assistance and other social services programs (including rent subsidies and food stamp/EBT programs) are usually excluded from SGA calculations. Your earnings could also be treated as a subsidy if your employer decides to pay substantially more for your labor due to your disability. As with excluded income, the SSA won’t consider subsidies when determining your eligibility under SGA. Does Self Employment...

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Three Types Of Videos That May Be Beneficial In Your Personal Injury Case

Posted by on Jan 8, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three Types Of Videos That May Be Beneficial In Your Personal Injury Case

There is an old saying that a picture is worth a thousand words. If this is the case, then a video can be worth even more. This could be especially true if you have incurred a personal injury due to the negligence of others. There are several different types of videos that may be beneficial to your personal injury case. Knowing the difference in these videos, as well as their pros and cons, is the first step to deciding if a video will play a starring role in your case. Accident Reconstruction Video When an accident occurs, it is not uncommon for one driver to tell one version of how the accident happened and the other driver to tell another. This makes it difficult to tell exactly how an accident occurred, which can make it difficult to determine who is at fault. An accident reconstruction video can help to demonstrate how the accident unfolded, as well as the conditions when the accident occurred. Not only can these types of videos be powerful visual aids to accompany the testimony of your expert witnesses, but they can make your accident clearer for the judge and jury. “Day In The Life” Videos A good personal injury attorney is often a good storyteller. They are able to use words in a way that will allow them to paint a picture for the jury they are in front of. No matter how good a storyteller they are, however, there are still going to be people who will have difficulty visualizing exactly what is being described. When your attorney is able to provide a “Day in the Life” video to the jury, they may have a better understanding how your injury has affected you and your family. This type of video will allow the jury to see and experience your difficulties from your perspective or the perspective of the one providing your care. This will have more impact than a written or verbal description of your injuries. Some of the things that they may want to showcase may include: Any medical services or therapy that you are engaged in Any activities of daily living you are having difficulty with Family activities you may no longer be able to participate in and more Clips of your day in the life of video may be used to help enhance your personal testimony, as well as the testimony of your spouse, your doctors, or any other expert witnesses the attorney is planning to use. Some attorneys have found that by spacing your day in the life of video throughout these various testimonies, instead of having one continuous viewing, has resulted in better juror attentiveness and higher settlements. Deposition Videos A deposition is any type of witness testimony that is taken by attorneys on both sides outside of the courtroom for the possibility of using it later in court. This is often done with a stenographer or a court reporter who records everything that is said during the meeting or interview. A deposition video provides the same ability to record testimony, but it allows you to be able to see the person who is providing the testimony. This could be important for a variety of reasons. A good video can quickly capture the attention of the judge and jury. The...

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Do Not Allow Your Christmas Tree To Be The Cause Of An Accident

Posted by on Dec 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Do Not Allow Your Christmas Tree To Be The Cause Of An Accident

During the holiday season, many families are hunting for the perfect tree. Once they find it, they must figure out how to get it home. This is an easy task if you own a pickup truck, but it can become a challenge when you are attempting to bring it home on top of your car. Cars were not designed to carry Christmas trees, and any type of large item on the roof of your car can put you at risk of an accident. Here are a few tips that will hopefully get your tree home safely, as well as make you less of a hazard on the road. Make Sure Your Christmas Tree Is Properly Strapped Down The last thing you want to happen when you are bringing your Christmas tree home is for it to come loose from the top of your vehicle. Depending on the direction it chooses to go, this could be an accident risk for you or other motorists around you.  The best way to make sure that this does not happen is to make sure you have the proper equipment with you to move your tree. You will need: Ropes, straps, or other means to secure your tree to the top of your vehicle Tarp or netting to wrap or cover your tree if it is not pre-wrapped Tape, flags, or reflectors to mark your tree if it extends beyond the length of your vehicle One of the best ways to tie down your tree is with ratchet or tie down straps. These come in two basic styles. They are: Loop straps Two-piece straps Both allow you to loop the strap over your tree and around the roof of your vehicle, then increase the tension of your strap until it is tight and secure. If you do not have ratchet or tie down straps, bring a length of rope. Make sure you know how to tie a good truckers or movers knot. When properly executed, either of these will keep your tree from slipping. Ensure Your Tree Is Not Obstructing Your View Once your tree is secured to the top of your vehicle, check your windows and mirrors before leaving the lot to make sure you are able to see. If your vision is blocked, readjust your tree so that you can see clearly. Choose The Right Route Consider an alternate route to get home instead of the highway. A tree coming loose when you are traveling 65–70 miles per hour is going to create a much higher accident risk than when you are driving 35–40 miles per hour. It is estimated that if your tree comes loose when you suddenly brake at 31 mph, it will generate enough force to launch it through the rear window of the car in front of you or seriously injure a pedestrian on the side of the road.  If you cannot choose a less traveled road, slow down, stay in the right hand lane, and brake slowly. Allow enough distance between you and the cars in front of you that you will have room for error if your tree goes flying. Find Alternative Ways Of Bringing Your Tree Home The best way to avoid your tree coming loose from the top of your vehicle is to not tie it up...

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