After having been involved in an accident with a semi-truck in Hot Springs, your first thoughts are likely centered the personal toll the collision has exacted on your life. Once you have processed that, you may start questioning the actions that led up to your accident. How is that a truck driver, who is typically required to undergo extensive training before getting behind the wheel, could have driven in such a way as to cause a collision? Could the long hours on the road have left him or her fatigued? We here at the Tapp Law Firm have seen enough of such accidents to know that is often a factor.
Law enforcement officials in Hot Springs cannot force you to do anything that you do not consent to do, right? Several of those that we here at the Tapp Law Firm have assisted in the past have allowed that assumption to prompt them to refuse chemical testing when they have been suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol. Needless to say, they were surprised to be arrested for that refusal. While yes, authorities need to have your consent to test your blood, breath or urine, you have already given it to them.
Arkansas readers are aware of the fact that many marriages end in divorce. Because of the chance that your marriage may not go as planned, it can be helpful to think about ways you can protect your interests in the event of a divorce. Some couples find it beneficial to consider drafting a prenuptial agreement before getting married.