David S. Adams
Snowy Auto Accidents and Mental Health in Wintertime
Personal Injury - snow and ice-related accidents cause more than 1,300 deaths and over 116,800 injuries each year, according to the U.S Department of Transportation. For legal purposes, even in snow and ice, there is usually someone choosing to drive too fast or not take enough care. There can be more sympathy when there is a slippery road, but very rarely less fault.
Bankruptcy - those who struggle to pay off their debts and loans are more than twice as likely to experience a host of mental health problems, including depression and severe anxiety. Shorter days and less daylight are also known contributors to depression. No one should be ashamed of seeking help in tough times - whether that be of a legal nature or for mental health. Every life has its seasons.