Why accident claims can’t wait, tips for working from home, & free cooking classes
Is it even worth filing a car accident claim considering what’s going on in the world?
It can be tempting to downplay an accident or feel like it is “not that bad” with all the crazy things going on in the world right now. One of the most important things to remember is that the aftermath of a car accident will last much longer than you think and has a ripple effect that can wreak havoc on your life if your rights are not protected. The financial strain from not being able to work, the uncertainty of figuring out new transportation, and the stress the injuries put on your body and your emotional state can all have a serious impact on your entire family and your future. Without the right tools to protect yourself, you could be making yourself vulnerable to being taken advantage of without even realizing it. The insurance company’s job is to save as much money as possible, at all costs, even if it’s not in your best interest. Not filing a claim can put you at risk of:
- Being taken advantage of
- Lack of medical care to treat your injuries
- Future problems with your health
- Unreimbursed lost wages from missing work
- Missing out on additional compensation to ease the financial burden caused by the accident
- Having your legal rights revoked without you even knowing it
Protect yourself and your family after an accident in the same way you protect everyone each and every day – by ensuring that your rights are shielded from being taken advantage of.
Tips to make working from home more productive
For the thousands of people dealing with the new norm of working from a home office, trying to replicate the perfect, organized setting that you’re used to at work can seem like a challenge. That’s why we loved this article on 20 tips for working from home that can provide ideas and encouragement to people in any type of role. Suggestions like keeping normal office hours, starting and ending your day with a routine, and scheduling regular breaks that you take in their entirety can help alleviate stress and make your life a little easier when we’re all able to get back to normal.
Learning to cook from home just got better by following world-famous chefs online
Whether learning to cook is a necessity, a hobby, or simply to challenge yourself, the lessons recently became easier, thanks to so many famous chefs sharing their expertise online in the form of instructional videos and free cooking lessons. With the coronavirus shutting down restaurants nationwide, many Michelin-star chefs are using the down time to encourage others to love cooking as much as they do by teaching basics like knife skills and kitchen techniques, sharing recipes, hosting live cooking classes, and guiding viewers through different cuisines. Plus, by following chefs on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube from places like the New York Times cooking team, Bon Appétit magazine, Food Network, and America’s Test Kitchen, you’ll be regularly updated on when lessons are released, what they cover, and how to ask questions. Bon appétit!