Bankruptcy could stop your creditors from making collection calls or repossessing your property. That could include banks that would want to take back your home. It could even prevent a sale of your property at foreclosure. However, there are some exceptions.
A common refrain that you may hear over and over in campaigns aimed at people avoiding drunk driving charges is "drink responsibly." Does this mean that you should never get behind the wheel after having even as much as a sip of alcohol? Many come to us here at The Berger Firm with this question, yet unfortunately, there is no easy answer to it. While ideally, you would have a designated driver or an alternative means of transportation to take you home after drinking, the mere presence of alcohol in your system does not warrant drunk driving charges (or else there would not be a legal blood-alcohol content limit).
At the Berger Firm, we take pride in the fact that our work brings justice to people involved in Kentucky auto accidents. However, we wish that more people knew exactly how accessible personal representation could be.