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How To File A Car Accident Claim With Allstate In Georgia

Nobody wants to get into a car accident, but if you have Allstate insurance, you should be able to count on recovering compensation for your claim. Unfortunately, securing coverage from Allstate in the aftermath Georgia car accident is not always easy. Understanding how to file a car accident claim with Allstate in Georgia is key to securing full compensation for your claim. Filing a car accident claim with Allstate in Georgia can be a stressful experience Allstate is an incredibly large insurance carrier, and it is important to realize that this company is looking out for their bottom line. That… read more

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How Can Georgia Drivers Prevent Tire Blowouts?

Everyone wants to remain safe on the roadways in Georgia. Unfortunately, car accidents do occur, and sometimes they happen due to tire blowouts. The good news is that tire blowouts are usually preventable, and there are several steps you can take to ensure that your tires are in good shape and ready for short- and long-distance trips. You can work to prevent a tire blowout in Georgia by following these steps. Maintain proper air pressure in new tires Maintaining proper air pressure in your tires is a vital part of roadway safety, particularly when it comes to preventing a tire… read more

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What Is Permissive Use Car Insurance?

When you own a car, you know that you have to purchase insurance to remain legal on the roadway. Auto insurance protects you in the event you are involved in an accident. However, many people wonder who is insured to drive their vehicle. Are you allowed to let other people borrow your car? What happens if you loan your vehicle to somebody and they get into an accident? The answer to these questions can be complicated. It is important to understand “permissive use” and how it applies to letting others drive your vehicle. Who is covered under your insurance policy?… read more

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Personal Injury Lawyers and Property Damage

Car accidents can cause major issues for those involved. A worst-case scenario is that a severe injury occurs along with substantial damage to a person’s property. However, there are times when an accident causes no injuries and very little property damage. The truth is that most accidents fall on a spectrum between the two scenarios. Not all people involved in car accidents need an attorney. If there are no injuries, it may not make financial sense for some vehicle accident victims to hire a personal injury attorney. However, if a victim does suffer substantial injuries in an accident, there are… read more

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Georgia Auto Salvage Title Laws

There are times when a vehicle is declared a total loss due to a car accident or some other incident. When this happens, it will be considered a “salvage” vehicle. A vehicle with a salvage title in Georgia cannot be driven on the roadways legally. Anybody who plans to keep or purchase a salvage vehicle in Georgia needs to understand what the process is to get that vehicle roadworthy if they wish to do so. What is a salvage vehicle in Georgia? There are various ways that a vehicle gets damaged. The most obvious of these is a collision, but… read more

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What Is Considered Distracted Driving In Georgia?

There is no doubt that distracted driving is a major concern for drivers and passengers on Georgia roadways. There are many types of distracted driving behaviors that can cause harm, and many citizens of this state are injured or killed each year due to distracted driving. Here, we want to discuss what is considered distracted driving on Georgia roadways. These incidents are serious During the latest reporting year in Georgia, there were approximately 400,000 traffic accidents. These incidents led to more than 1,500 total traffic crash fatalities and many thousands of injuries. Unfortunately, many of these injuries and fatalities were… read more

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What Should I Do If I’ve Totaled My Car In Georgia?

Getting into a car accident can be incredibly scary for those involved. If you have been told that your vehicle has was totaled in an accident, you have various options. Here, we want to discuss how insurance works in these situations and whether or not you have other options when it comes to dealing with a totaled vehicle. What does “totaled” mean in a Georgia car accident? During the latest reporting year in Georgia, there were around 400,000 total car accidents reported in the state. Thousands of people were injured, and more than 1,500 people lost their lives. What many… read more

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Neurological Issues From a Car Accident

When most people think of car accident injuries, they probably think of broken bones, lacerations, concussions, and other traumatic injuries. However, there are also times when we can sustain neurological injuries due to a car accident as well. The types of nerve damage that can occur after a car accident range from minimal to serious and can cause damage to a person’s digital nerves, sensory nerves, and spinal nerves. Neurological injuries in a car accident can lead to permanent and disabling injuries for a car accident victim. How do you know if you have neurological injuries after a car accident?… read more

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When Bicyclists Are Responsible For A Georgia Car Accident

There is no denying that bicycle accidents result in serious injuries, especially for the bicyclists involved. While many articles focus on bicycle accidents that are caused by the careless or negligent actions of a vehicle driver, there are many instances in which these crashes are caused by a careless or reckless bicyclist. Understanding when a bicyclist is responsible for an accident is important in these cases. Bicycle accidents can lead to devastating injuries According to the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there were 857 bicycle accident deaths in the US during the latest reporting year. In a high… read more

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What Happens If You Don’t Report A Car Accident In Georgia?

Nobody wants to get into a car accident. However, regardless of how safely you operate your vehicle, there is a chance that you will be in an accident caused by another person’s careless or negligent actions. As the population of Georgia continues to grow, particularly in the urban areas of the state, so do the chances of an accident occurring. It is important for everyone involved in an accident to know what to do in the aftermath, including reporting the accident and exchanging information. Failing to report a car accident in Georgia can result in serious problems for all parties… read more

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