When an adult is unable to take care of his or her own affairs, the court may appoint a representative to do so. These people are referred to as guardians or conservators, and they are responsible for making essential decisions on behalf of their wards. The Balance explains some of the key differences between the two roles, as well as their essential duties.
It can be easy to lose focus when driving. Even if you’ve been traversing the roads and highways in California for some time, you should still consider whether you’re utilizing safe driving behaviors. As explained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the following distracted driving behaviors are very dangerous, as they can greatly inhibit your judgment and other crucial abilities.
The end of the year can be either one of the most relaxing or stressful times for workers with families. On one hand, you get well-deserved time off from your job. On the other hand, you might have your holidays booked up with your kids, relatives or spouse to celebrate your usual Christmas or New Year’s traditions.
Drivers may behave recklessly because they are under the influence or experiencing a fit of rage. Sadly, this behavior can significantly increase the likelihood of a collision and many lives have been lost as a result of irresponsibility behind the wheel. Driving too fast, failing to switch lanes correctly and even driving in the wrong lane are some examples of this behavior. Moreover, people may run a red light, which could lead to a deadly crash.
Drinking and then driving can certainly lead to high-impact car accidents. So too can testing while driving. There is, however, another major form of distracted driving that is equally as dangerous yet is rarely as talked about. This is no doubt due to it high prevalence amongst the general population (indeed, one might argue that auto manufacturers even encourage it with some of the features they include in their vehicles). This distraction is eating while driving, and it's a risk that few appreciate.