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Many people involved in motor vehicle accidents assume the only possible defendant is the other driver. In single-vehicle collisions and some multivehicle accidents, however, it is not another driver that bears fault for the accident but the city for a defective roadway. Road defects can make rural and urban streets unreasonably dangerous for drivers and
A Move Over Law is a traffic rule that requires drivers to move over or slow down to accommodate stopped authorized emergency vehicles, such as ambulances and police cars. It serves to improve the safety of emergency roadside workers, as well as utility workers and motorists. Georgia passed a Move Over Law in an effort
Commercial truck accidents take thousands of lives in the U.S. each year. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 4,657 fatal accidents involved large trucks in 2017. In 82% of these accidents, the fatalities were occupants of the passenger vehicles, not the large trucks. You may not be able to avoid driving near trucks
Georgia is one of the top states in the country for motorcycle accidents and related deaths. In 2018, 154 motorcyclists lost their lives in Georgia traffic accidents, according to the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. Most of these motorcyclists (134) were wearing helmets. Obeying Georgia’s motorcycle laws could help prevent motorcycle accidents. It is
If you were recently injured in an accident in Georgia, you may be searching for a personal injury law firm to handle your case. One phrase you may see when browsing through personal injury lawyers in Georgia is “contingency fee basis”. This refers to how the law firm charges attorney’s fees. A contingency fee means