Personal Injury | Tenge Law Firm Blog - Part 2
If you have ever lost your keys, performed poorly on a test, or nearly walked in front of a car because you were upset, then you know first hand what emotional distress can do to you. Driving while gripped by strong emotion is every bit as distracting as texting or using a cell phone. Like alcohol, this state of mind impairs your driving ability. Unlike alcohol, it is overlooked as a form of impairment by most of the driving population.
The term “loss of enjoyment” seems pretty straightforward, and in some ways, it is. It means exactly what it seems like: a person has lost an element of enjoyment in his or her life. But even a simple term can become complicated and have far-reaching implications in the American legal system.
Human beings are at their most vulnerable when their lives are interrupted by a devastating accident. In these trying times, family and friends can provide much-needed support, but something more may be necessary.
Todd is very thorough, diligent and knowledgable in his litigation skills and also exhibits professional decorum with clients and defense counsel.
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