What Happens When a Medical Condition Causes a Car Accident?

Posted on October 18, 2021 in
Not every car accident is caused by the fault of a driver. In some cases, a driver experiences a medical emergency that makes it impossible to control the vehicle, such as a stroke or seizure. The rules surrounding these cases are different than in an ordinary car accident claim. If you get involved in...
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What to Do When You’ve Been Hit by an Uninsured Driver in Georgia

Posted on October 11, 2021 in
It is against the law to drive without insurance in Georgia. Unfortunately, this is a common habit practiced by hundreds of negligent drivers in the state. Many drivers knowingly don’t purchase insurance, while others might not realize when their policies lapse. Either way, if you get hit by an uninsured driver in Georgia, the...
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How Insurance Companies Investigate Car Accidents

Posted on February 3, 2021 in
If you were in a car accident that resulted in bodily injuries, property damage or both, the party at fault for causing the collision will be financially responsible. In Georgia, a fault-based insurance system holds the driver who caused the collision liable for damages. After you file an insurance claim against an at-fault driver,...
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Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident Changing Lanes?

Posted on February 1, 2021 in
Motor vehicle accidents are common causes of injuries and deaths in Georgia. In 2018, statistics from the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety reported 1,504 auto accident deaths in Georgia alone. Every driver has a duty to obey traffic laws, pay attention to the road and act with reasonable care behind the wheel. Failure...
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Do you have recourse if you’re in an auto accident on the job?

Posted on January 28, 2020 in
If your job requires you to operate a motor vehicle, you run the risk of getting into an accident. This doesn’t mean that jobs which involve driving are dangerous, or that your odds of involvement in a crash increase. But if you’re in one, you may have concerns about your right to recourse.The good...
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