The holidays are a time to celebrate and spend time with family and friends. Alcohol is often a part of these celebrations. Though there have been many years dedicated to educating the public on the dangers of drinking and driving, many still do it. Drunk driving is a dangerous act that can potentially lead to death. This holiday season, Tennessee drivers are urged to get a designated driver or utilize a car service to safely return home. Unfortunately, though, it is unlikely that all will heed this advice.
This blog periodically refers to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This administration is charged with keeping the highways of our country, including those in Mississippi and Tennessee, safe for everyone. But what is the NHTSA?
What is the best type of car accident to be involved in? The one that never happens. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is working to make accident avoidance a reality. The current focus of the NHTSA is the prevention of rear-end crashes.
For those in Mississippi who are who are suffering from full or partial blindness, there are different rules to receiving Supplemental Security Income in comparison to other programs. This must be understood when applying for SSI benefits. Benefits can be paid to people through the Social Security disability or SSI program if they are diagnosed as being blind. For SSI, there is various criteria that must be met to be able to receive benefits.