Georgia Car Accident Blog

on August 9th, 2019

Rear End Collisions Can Lead to Serious Injuries

The average American spends just under an hour driving each day. While you may grow comfortable with your daily commute, the more time you spend on the road, the greater your chances are of being involved in an accident. With 27% of accidents resulting in non-fatal injuries, you should be aware of your risks and…

on June 28th, 2019

Government Liability and Vehicle Accidents

After an accident with a government vehicle, you may fear that your expenses will go unpaid due to sovereign immunity. Sovereign immunity essentially means that government entities cannot be sued without their permission. Although the law is intended to protect the government from frivolous lawsuits, it can make it more difficult to file your legitimate…

on June 7th, 2019

Car Accident Chaos

After a car accident, you will likely be making and receiving many phone calls. There will be police reports, medical appointments, car rentals and repairs, and more. Among those will be calls from the insurance company of the at-fault driver. This is the company that should be paying for your injuries and damages, but remember…

on February 8th, 2019

What Age are the Most “Dangerous” Drivers?

You probably remember the feeling of getting your driver’s license for the first time. It was likely a mixture of excitement to get out on the road and drive yourself around combined with the fear of driving on your own. Most people do not start out as expert drivers, but instead must build experience by…

on January 26th, 2019

Hidden Injuries After a Car Accident

Car accidents can be scary and unsettling. Suddenly, you are left dealing with the physical damage to your vehicle and any injuries to your own person. There are probably a million things running through your mind about what steps you need to take. From filing an insurance claim, seeking the advice of a car accident…

on September 30th, 2018

The Dangers of Distracted Driving

Earlier this year, Georgia passed the “Hands-Free Georgia Act.” This is one of the biggest changes to Georgia traffic laws in years. The act is attempting to reduce the number of distracted drivers on Georgia roadways. Drivers are now prohibited from holding cell phones, and other electronic devices, while driving. While the goal of the…

on September 7th, 2018

Make Your Vehicle a Safer Place

Most of us spend a great deal of time in our vehicles, whether we’re commuting to work, shuttling the kids to their activities, or running errands. As you spend more hours on the road, your likelihood of being involved in a crash increases. Auto accident injuries can be deadly, so it’s important to do everything…

on July 20th, 2018

Five Ways to Avoid a Car Accident  

Driving a car is the most popular way to get around all across the United States, but especially in Georgia. With a large number of cars on highways and residential streets at any given time, the potential for accidents to happen is always present. A car accident can cause dire consequences in one’s life. Injuries…

on July 10th, 2018

Compensation for Property Damage Following a Car Accident

When a person gets into a car accident, the car may get damaged to the point that it is declared totaled by the insurance company. This means that the cost to repair the car is more than the fair market value of the vehicle. For the person losing the car, this could mean that even…

on May 17th, 2018

After a Car Crash: Tips for Recovery

None of us like to think about the potential for a car accident, but the truth is that the average driver, over the course of their lifetime, will experience 3-4 collisions. Thankfully, most of these are not serious or fatal, but every car crash can have lasting physical, mental, emotional, and financial damage. Our brains…

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