From the Logan-Thompson, PC family to yours, we wish you a wonderful holiday season. We know the holidays mean happiness, time with family, and a season of giving. People may be experiencing loneliness and depression, as they may be without their loved ones, or they might not be able to afford gifts for their children or family. Some people might be struggling, so kindness and politeness are key this holiday season.
We’re sure we all have that distant relative that likes to spark religious, political, or just plain rude conversations, causing chaos and conflict. However, as tempting as it may be, our friendly holiday tip is to avoid confrontation. These people could become violent, resulting in assaults or crazy endeavors like theft, driving under the influence, or other situations. If there are negative and rude conversations, we recommend removing yourself and finding a better conversation.
This season, people may be struggling with loneliness and depression. They may cope with alcohol and other substances, leading to poor choices like driving under the influence.
If you find yourself in a car accident this season, keep in mind the following:
- check to make sure you and all parties involved are okay
- call 911 if necessary
- if possible, get out of traffic safely
- take details of all vehicles and persons involved
- call your car insurance
- wait for any authorities
- Call Logan-Thompson, PC