Minnesota residents who have been involved in a crash will usually have symptoms that appear immediately, as well as ones that take longer to manifest. While the injuries with immediate symptoms may be more acute and require more immediate medical attention, injuries that are slower to show can be equally dangerous.
As one of many adults in Minnesota, you've likely had your share of disagreements in life. Perhaps, you've argued with a spouse, friend or co-worker. Maybe you've even had a bad encounter with a stranger in a public place. It is not so much about the fact that you argued with someone that poses a problem but about how you argued, in particular what you did and whether violence occurred.
If you are like most people in Minnesota, you have heard people talk about tests given to drivers suspected of being intoxicated before they are arrested for drunk driving. These tests aptly referred to as field sobriety tests, are standardized and approved for use by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. As explained by FieldSobrietyTests.org, the tests are not meant to nor can they prove that a person is drunk.