Are we failing our veterans? Veterans lawyers and top officials agree; the answer is yes. In fact, recent scandals at VA hospitals are just the tip of the iceberg — and veterans are suffering and hurting in ways that most do not realize. What is one of the most troubling areas? Veterans’ mental health is extremely poor, and very few have access to treatment and recovery programs for common conditions, such as post traumatic stress disorder.
U.S. Veterans Depressed; More Vets Committing Suicide Than Ever Before
Every day, 22 U.S. veterans commit suicide. Experts suspect that number is actually low — or an underestimate — as many likely go unreported. What can the government do about it? According to new research, post traumatic stress disorder help is fallin Continue reading
If you are considering getting a divorce, you are not alone. There are more than 6,000 divorces filed in the U.S. every year, and more than 46,000 every week. This probably doesn’t make your situation any easier, but it will give you some perspective on how many people are in your shoes every day.
You probably also have a multitude of questions to ask a divorce lawyer, like what happens to your children or your property, and also how you are supposed to split your assets.
But you can also ask a family lawyer in a family law firm the same questions.
What is family law?
Family law deals with domestic issues, such as civil unions, adoption, marriage, and child abuse, to name a few. Also, Continue reading
Are Google’s self-driving cars safe? Many Americans are nervous about putting their lives in the hands of computers and robots. Google, however, insists its self-driving models are actually safer than vehicles with the human behind the wheel. In fact, Google is so confident and its automated cars that it is developing new prototypes without steering wheels, brake pedals, and gas pedals. Is Google overconfident? Can self-driving vehicles get into accidents?
How Safe Are Google’s Self-Driving Cars Really?
Google first self-driving cars have logged over 700,000 miles on rural expressways, and earlier this year Google even tested them on California’s busy city streets. Although developers admit that they still working out some kinks, such as merging, lane changes, and Continue reading