Georgia Car Accident Blog

on November 20th, 2021

What Not to Say to an Insurance Adjuster

After an accident, insurance company representatives will contact you to try to investigate your accident. To protect your rights and your ability to seek full and fair compensation for your injuries, there are some things that you should refrain from saying to them. What Is an Insurance Adjuster? Insurance adjusters are employed by insurance companies.…

on November 10th, 2021

Top Tips for Speaking to Your Doctor After a Car Accident

After being involved in a car accident, you may need medical attention and treatment for your injuries. In order to preserve your future accident claim, there are a few things you should remember during your conversations with medical professionals while receiving treatment for your injuries. What Kind of Doctor Do I Need to See? After…

on October 8th, 2021

How to Prevent Autumn Car Accidents

Drivers can face a range of hazards and dangerous driving conditions when the seasons change. The fall creates certain challenges you might not have experienced during the summer. Most people think winter is the worst season for driving because of ice and snow. However, autumn presents unique situations that can increase the risk of an…

on August 21st, 2020

Who is Liable in a Car Accident Caused by a Defect?

Determining who is at fault for a car accident is often one of the most critical questions after a crash. The determination of liability often has a significant impact on the overall award of compensation, especially if an injury victim is accused of contributing to the accident. Who is at fault when a car accident…

on July 11th, 2020

What Causes Rollover Vehicle Accidents?

One of the less common, but more fatal, types of accidents involving cars, trucks, and SUVs is a rollover accident. This type of accident can happen in a single-car accident or a multi-vehicle crash and has a higher fatality rate than almost any other type of vehicle accident. What causes a rollover accident? At the…

on May 22nd, 2020

Collecting for Diminished Value of a Vehicle after an Accident

Did you know that Georgia is one of the few states where a victim doesn’t have to be injured to collect damages for the diminished value of their vehicle after an accident? Known as diminished value claims, this law obligates insurance companies to compensate a person for the diminished value of their vehicle after an…

on May 15th, 2020

What Causes Car Accidents?

Car accidents cause thousands of injuries and deaths on Georgia motorways every year, and the victims of car accidents are often left with severe, and sometimes permanent injuries. There are many causes of car accidents, but some types occur more often than others. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car…

on March 13th, 2020

The Importance the Police Reports After a Car Wreck

It is very important to obtain a copy of your police report after a car accident. This report contains some important pieces of the puzzle that you will need to pursue compensation from the parties responsible for the crash.  The police will come to the scene of your car accident and write an unbiased witness…

on February 28th, 2020

Neck and Back Injuries From a Car Accident

The areas of the body most likely to be injured in a car accident are the back and neck. Many people who are affected by injuries in these areas tend to suffer pain for a long time. The magnitude of this pain may vary depending on the severity and types of injuries suffered. When a…

on February 14th, 2020

Crush Injuries and Amputations 

In particularly violent and severe car accidents, passengers or other victims suffer from serious injuries and amputations. Injuries in car accidents are usually due to: Arms getting stuck between the seat and the car door The driver’s or the front seat passenger’s legs getting trapped under the dashboard. The victim being crushed between two cars…

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