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  • Published: December 3, 2016

Georgia is plagued by an epidemic of DUI accidents, drunk driving incidents resulting in fatal consequences. According to the CDC, 3,699 people have died in drunk driving accidents from 2003-2012. One in three traffic deaths are attributed to the reckless driving behavior of an intoxicated motorist. Although only 1.4% of Georgia drivers admitted to driving after drinking too much, drunk…Read More

  • Published: December 2, 2016

Reckless driving is often prosecuted more harshly than other traffic misdemeanors because of the damage it can cause to other people involved. Reckless driving shows a wanton disregard for traffic rules and for other drivers on the road. What Constitutes Reckless Driving In order for a traffic violation to be deemed as reckless driving, there are several qualities that it…Read More

  • Published: November 30, 2016

Rear-End collisions are the result of the front end of one car ramming into the rear bumper of another. As one of the more common and generally less damaging form of collisions, rear-end collisions tend to not be taken seriously. However, as with any car accident, speed and size of the cars involved play an important role. There are many…Read More

  • Published: November 30, 2016

T-bone, or broadside, accidents occur when the front end of one car collides with the side of another, forming a T shape. These types of collisions are most common in intersections, but can occur in any situation where vehicles are traveling in different or changing directions. The highest risk of injury is posed when the turning vehicle hits the driver’s-side…Read More

  • Published: November 29, 2016

Front-end collisions, also known as head-on collisions, are one of the most dangerous types of car accidents. Not only do they cause extensive damage to both vehicles involved, but these types of collisions typically cause more serious injuries to the drivers and passengers. Although front-end collision accidents only make up 2% of all crashes, they are responsible for 10% of…Read More

  • Published: November 29, 2016

With daily use of a motor vehicle, the chances of being involved in an auto accident increase with each outing. Car accidents happen every minute of the day across the United States. When a vehicle is damaged during an auto accident, the car’s value may decrease, even if the necessary repair work took place. Some insurance policies are now required…Read More

  • Published: November 29, 2016

Drivers often assume that as long as they maintain the speed limit, they’re driving at a safe speed on the road. While that driver may not be pulled over for a speeding ticket, in certain conditions, driving the speed limit can still be too fast for the conditions. If the driver cannot brake adequately, take a curve, or have full…Read More

  • Published: November 28, 2016

Distracted driving is becoming a serious epidemic in America today. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, in 2014 alone, 431,000 people were injured and 3,179 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers. On average, it only takes five seconds (the average time a text message distracts) for a car to cover the length of a football…Read More

  • Published: November 9, 2016

Automobile collisions and pedestrian accidents can be an extremely upsetting event in someone’s life. Handling serious injuries, medical expenses, emotional distress, and property damage alone can be overwhelming. However, can you imagine how much worse it would be if the other person involved in the accident fled the scene? Unfortunately, hit and run accidents are becoming more common. Often, hit…Read More

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