Blog Posts in February, 2012

Cobb County Roadways are Dangerous- Three Separate Accidents in Three Days

Three pedestrians have been killed in three separate Cobb County accidents in just a three-day span, according to the AJC. The first accident happened on a Thursday evening. Charles H. Collins was ...
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Monroe Slip and Fall Case Settles in Our Client's Favor

Recently, one of our clients had a slip and fall case settle very successfully in her favor. Our client’s slip and fall accident happened more than three years ago at the Publix Supermarket in ...
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Infant Boy Suffers Brain Injury and Loses His Parents in Georgia Crash

On Sunday, February 5, 2012, a tragic Georgia crash occurred that seriously injured a little boy and claimed the lives of his parents. According to police, the fatal wreck took place on Knox Bridge ...
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Importance of Georgia's Move Over Law: Two Officers Face Oncoming Cars

Importance of Georgia’s Move Over Law: Two Officers Face Oncoming Cars After the second Atlanta police officer in one week found himself face-to-face with an oncoming car on the interstate, ...
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Truck Driver Error is a Popular Cause of Georgia Trucking Accidents

Take a look at these three commonly asked questions and the surprising answers. How many truck accidents occur every year? The United States Department of Transportation estimates that over 500,000 ...
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The 14th Amendment Highway, A New Interstate Across Georgia?

A proposal was just released in a federal study that examined building a new highway that would stretch from Augusta, Georgia to Natchez, Mississippi. The Federal Highway Administration commissioned a ...
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Rear Brake Issues Could Lead to Georgia Motorcycle Crashes

Rear Brake Issues Could Lead to Georgia Motorcycle Crashes As Atlanta motorcycle accident lawyers, our law firm has seen it all. Although most motorcycle crashes occur due to someone’s ...
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Distracted Driving Endangers Drivers, Passengers and Bystanders' Safety

Automobile accidents happen. Even the most careful and cautious driver can be involved in an auto accident through no fault of his or her own. Some accidents, though, happen from distracted driving. ...
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Motorcyclist Suffers Head Injury in Georgia Motorcycle Crash

Motorcyclist Suffers Head Injury in Georgia Motorcycle Crash On Sunday, January 29, 2012, a deadly Georgia motorcycle crash in East Hall County occurred claiming the life of a Lula man. According to ...
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Georgia Golf Carts on Main Roads Can Cause More Georgia Golf Cart Accidents

Since January 1st, Georgians have been legally allowed to use some golf carts for personal transportation uses, not just for the golf courses anymore. The new law states that golf carts weighing less ...
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New Report Shows Just How Safe Are Georgia Bicyclists and Pedestrians

New Report Shows Just How Safe Are Georgia Bicyclists and Pedestrians According to a recent report released last month by the Alliance for Biking & Walking, Georgia was ranked as 45 th in the ...
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Driving Habits of Atlanta Truckers and Passenger Vehicle Drivers

At the end of January, there was a deadly 10-vehicle pileup in Florida. A Georgia family lost many of their loved ones in this wreck. That crash involved several semi trucks on a stretch of I-75. ...
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Witnessing a Motor Vehicle Accident...What to Do?

Witnessing a Motor Vehicle Accident...What to Do? Are you a Good Samaritan who stops when you see an accident happen? There are certain pros and cons to witnessing a car, truck or motorcycle accident. ...
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Gainesville Accidents on Clarks Bridge Road to Be Reviewed

Gainesville Accidents on Clarks Bridge Road to Be Reviewed For years there have been many auto accidents in Gainesville on the Clarks Bridge Road near Honeysuckle Road. Some of the accidents have been ...
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Looking Ahead for Clues Minimizes Your Chances of an Atlanta Car Crash

Drivers are often in a hurry to get where they are going. However, that doesn’t mean a driver in a hurry doesn’t have 12 seconds to spare. In fact, motorists who don’t have 12 ...
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Atlanta Bicycle Accident Attorney Shares Tips for Wet Weather Riding

Atlanta Bicycle Accident Attorney Shares Tips for Wet Weather Riding When it is wet and rainy outside, roads become slippery and conditions are not ideal for riding bicycles. When conditions are less ...
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Turn Off Your iPod to Avoid an Atlanta Bicycle Accident

Turn Off Your iPod to Avoid an Atlanta Bicycle Accident People create different music playlists on their iPods or other electronic devices that they take with them on the go. Some music lists are ...
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Support Georgia HB 717 - Criminal Penalties for Owners Who Fail to Secure Aggressive Dogs That Then Bite People

Georgia has laws in place regarding dangerous dogs, but this House Bill 717 would be an amendment to Article 2 of Chapter 8 of Title 4 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated. The bill proposes ...
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