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September 2016 Archives

A handful of Valium can cost a student more than you realize

As students endeavor their first college semester parents worry if they will be able to handle the sudden rush of independence and responsibility. It is not uncommon for parents to give their new college students a small handful of prescription medication to ease the adjustment into college life. Although it may seem harmless, giving your student medication without prescription can be a ticket to losing their future college career.

When a DUI results in property damage

Sometimes, driving drunk is a relatively innocent mistake. Because alcohol metabolizes differently under different circumstances, some individuals can have a blood alcohol level above the legal limit, yet feel completely sober. Others are unexpectedly affected by prescription drugs or other substances. Oftentimes, it is only after an accident occurs that drivers realize that their bloodstreams are not, in fact, clean to a legal level.