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

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 25th, 2020

The Most Common Types of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycles have just as much right to be on the road as any other vehicle, yet all too often drivers fail to look out for motorcycles, and accidents ensue. The injuries caused to motorcyclists can be devastating given the lack of protection that a motorcycle provides, even when the driver and passenger are wearing the…

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 February 7th, 2020

Car Defects That can Lead to Accidents

If you drive fairly regularly or have at least taken driving lessons at some point, then you will know that safety precautions must always be adopted before you take to the road. Once you are behind the wheel, there will always be some risk of accident, and you must do all that you can to…

on October 11th, 2019

Car Defects and Product Liability 

A car that has a problem that significantly reduces its value, safety, and usability is considered a defective car. Each state has its own definition, but in general, if a mechanic tried to solve the same problem many times during a certain period of time or during a certain number of kilometers, the car can…

on September 20th, 2019

Man Uninjured After Collision With Drunk Driver

When a Savannah woman, charged with Driving Under the Influence, ran a stop sign, she struck a truck. The driver of the truck was not injured. However, the woman was transported to a local hospital for treatment. If convicted, the woman could not only be facing charges for driving under the influence and failing to…

on April 12th, 2019

Georgia Stop Sign Violation Accidents

Many motorists falsely believe that other motorists will obey all posted signs and warnings, including stopping completely at all stop signs. In reality, many drivers ignore or do not fully stop at stop signs. This dangerous type of driving behavior has the potential to cause serious accidents and injuries, and property damage. Applicable Law in…

on April 5th, 2019

All-Terrain Vehicle Accidents in Georgia

All-terrain vehicles, commonly known as ATVs, are used across Georgia for both recreational and work-related purposes. Farmers, ranchers and those who work outdoors use ATVs to rapidly navigate land that lacks road access, such as fields and wooded areas. Others use ATVs for recreational purposes in off-roading activities on uneven terrain. Despite the productivity and…

on May 24th, 2018

Stacking Insurance Policies to Cover Accident Costs

Generally, when a person gets into a car accident with an insured driver, the at-fault driver’s insurance company pays for any damages sustained according to the limits of the driver’s policy. However, in some situations, the other driver may not have enough insurance to cover the damages, leaving the injured person to cover some costs.…

on January 17th, 2018

Motorcycle Safety Tips

Staying safe on today’s roads is important for everyone, but especially for motorcycle riders. The dangers of speeding, motorists under the influence, and distracted drivers can be even more hazardous for those on motorcycles. Many people love to ride their motorcycles, especially when the weather is nice, but it’s important to take steps to protect…

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