Emery Law Office November 2019


PREPARE YOUR CAR FOR THE HOLIDAYS When it comes to holiday list-making, nobody can live up to the standards set by Santa himself. We all know the rotund man in the red suit makes a list, checks it twice, and delivers toys to children worldwide, but did you know that’s not the only list he makes? Before taking off, he has a preflight checklist for his sleigh. After all, he can’t afford a breakdown on his big night. Similarly, you don’t want to miss a holiday gathering because your car’s gone kaput. So, before you take off on a holiday travel adventure, complete the following essential tasks. GET A TUNE-UP. It’s a great idea to get your car serviced before the winter weather arrives in earnest. Be sure to check all fluid levels, brakes, and tire pressure. You may also want to have the mechanic check the performance of your wiper blades because driving through a snowstorm with a smudged windshield is nobody’s idea of a joyride. PACK WINTER GEAR. The second it gets cold, your car should contain a few items at all times. Keep some blankets, flashlights, charging cables, and a fully charged battery pack in your trunk just in case you get stranded. If you’re going on a long journey, you should pack some extra food and water. In the event you get stuck, you’ll want to have a shovel on hand and maybe even some kitty litter, which provides excellent traction should you end up in a snowbank. CHECK THE WEATHER AND ROUTE. Driving long distances can involve traversing multiple climates. Understanding what you may run into and planning your route accordingly can make a world of difference. You may find it’s a lot less stressful to add a few hours to your trip if it means avoiding the worst weather or the most treacherous roads. REVIEW YOUR INSURANCE POLICY. Before a trip, you should look over your insurance policy, especially if you’re going out of state. Too many people assume they have types of coverage they do not, only to end up left out in the proverbial cold. We’re happy to review your insurance policy for free. Call us at (502) 771-1LAW (1529) to schedule a session today. HOW TO LIMIT TRAVEL HEADACHES


Inspired by FoodNetwork.com

Thanksgiving may be held on Thursday, but the food often lasts at least through the weekend. To make the best use of the excess, grill up some killer turkey sandwiches. INGREDIENTS

• 2 slices sourdough bread • 2 tbsp Dijon mustard • 2 slices Swiss cheese

• 1/3 cup shredded leftover turkey • 3 tbsp leftover cranberry sauce • 1/3 cup leftover dressing or stuffing • 2 tbsp leftover gravy • 1 tbsp butter, room temperature Note: Don’t worry if you don’t have all the leftovers required.


WE WANT YOU TO THINK OF US AS YOUR LAW FIRM. If you have a legal matter that needs attention, let us know. If we can’t handle the matter, we will refer you to a firm that can. Please feel free to refer us to your friends and family for their legal needs. We welcome the opportunity to help. 1. Coat inside of each bread slice with mustard and a slice of cheese. Place turkey and cranberry sauce on one slice and dressing and gravy on the other. 2. Combine sandwich and spread butter on both sides. 3. In a panini maker or large skillet, grill until crispy and golden brown. 4. Slice and serve.


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