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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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Is It Illegal to Ride in the Back of a Truck in Georgia?

Riding in the back of a pickup truck is something that many people do not think twice about. After all, this type of behavior is seen on TV shows, in movies, and in music videos with regularity. However, many people may not understand that there are laws in Georgia that regulate this type of behavior. Just because riding in the back of a truck is fun and convenient, that does not mean it is safe. Riding in the back of a pickup truck can lead to serious injuries. Here, we want to discuss what Georgia law says about this and… read more

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Georgia Motorcycle Passenger Laws

There are plenty of motorcycles enthusiasts In Georgia. Various laws that regulate motorcycle operation in this state, and it is vital that all motorcycle drivers and passengers understand their responsibilities. Specifically, there are certain laws regarding motorcycle passengers that all motorcyclists should be aware of. Motorcycle passengers in Georgia Before carrying a passenger, motorcyclists must understand that the extra weight will affect the way that their motorcycle handles. This requires extra practice, caution, and preparation before a ride. Before taking passengers on the roadway, motorcyclists should check the air pressure in both tires and adjust the suspension of their bike… read more

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Do I Need A License For A Moped In Georgia?

Mopeds have become an increasingly popular method of transportation for Georgia citizens, but understanding Georgia moped laws can be confusing. In this state, laws and regulations for scooters, electric bicycles, and mopeds all differ when it comes to license, insurance, and registration requirements. It is important to know whether or not you need a license to operate a moped in Georgia. Do you need a license for a moped? Georgia law requires that all moped operators carry a valid driver’s license or learner’s permit. These vehicles cannot be ridden if a rider has neither of those types of licenses. What… 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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What Happens If Both Drivers Are At Fault In A Georgia Car Accident?

In the aftermath of a car accident, it is important to understand whether or not you will be able to receive compensation for your injuries and other damages. The amount of compensation awarded generally depends on various factors, one of which has to do with proving who was at fault for the incident. In many cases, more than one party is at fault for an accident in Georgia. When this happens, we will need to turn to contributory negligence laws in Georgia to determine compensation amounts. How these laws work Each state has laws in place that govern how to… read more

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Injured On Private Property In Atlanta While Trespassing

Premises liability laws generally maintain that property owners have a duty to ensure that their properties are reasonably safe for those who have a right to be there. Visitors who enter a premises legally are referred to as invitees or licensees. In general, property owners are liable for injuries to visitors if they suffer injuries while on the owner’s premises if those injuries are caused by the property owner’s negligent or careless actions. However, the law becomes more complicated when it comes to trespassers who do not have a legal right to be on a person’s property. Generally, property owners… read more

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