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Drunk driving crashes demand that you take action

Posted on February 17, 2017 in
The spring break season is coming up fast and Mardi Gras is just around the corner. This means that people are going to hit the bars and clubs, as well as head to private parties.When people who out drinking choose to drive home, they place everyone else on the road in danger. Instead of...
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Drunk driver hits car head-on on I-85, kills driver

Posted on February 9, 2017 in
Drunk driving accidents are senseless crimes that could have been prevented if the drunk driver made the choice not to drive. With all of the options available for getting around these days, including Uber, Lyft, taxis, bus lines, and similar options, there really isn’t any excuse for drunk driving. Sadly, these accidents still occur....
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You need an advocate as you heal from a drunk driving crash

Posted on January 11, 2017 in
We’ve recently discussed some points that are significant in pedestrian accidents. While the causes of pedestrian accidents vary greatly, there is one kind of pedestrian accident that is especially infuriating. These occur when the pedestrian is struck by a drunk driver.Drunk drivers are a nuisance and safety hazard. These drivers don’t think about how...
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Take action against the drunk driver who chose to put you at risk

Posted on December 9, 2016 in
When you are hurt in an accident, you probably feel devastated and shaken up. Those effects might seem more pronounced if you find out that you were harmed by a drunk driver. This type of accident is preventable, and it is important that the drivers who cause these types of accidents are held fully...
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How can I spot a drunk driver on the road?

Posted on November 29, 2016 in
Avoiding a dangerous situation on Georgia roadways is never a bad idea. A good way to do this is by driving defensively, which could be taken to mean looking out for drunk drivers and other dangerous situations.It often feels impossible to know the condition of other motorists. They could be drowsy; they could be...
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