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Category Archives: Car Accidents

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Who Is To Blame For Rear-End Collisions In Marietta?

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Rear-end collisions are some of the most common traffic accidents in Marietta. These crashes occur when the front of one vehicle strikes the back of a vehicle they are following. Generally speaking, after law enforcement visits the scene of the crash, an officer will find the driver that was following another is at fault… Read More »

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Things You Should Never Say After A Car Accident

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Car accidents are extremely common in Marietta. Due to the fact that any careless act can result in a car crash at any time, it is important that all motorists know what steps to take after a car accident. However, it is just as important to know what not to do, and particularly what… Read More »

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Understanding Your Options After An Accident With A Hit-And-Run Driver

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In Marietta, as throughout the rest of Georgia, failing to stop after an auto accident is a crime. The offense becomes even more serious if someone was seriously injured or killed as a result of the crash. If you have been hurt by a hit-and-run driver, you are at great risk of not being… Read More »

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Proving Pain And Suffering After A Car Accident

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If you have been in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you can likely include damages for pain and suffering within your claim. Pain and suffering damages are widely misunderstood. Pain and suffering damages are not automatically awarded and to obtain them, you will have to prove your case. Unlike other types of… Read More »

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How To Prove You Were Not At Fault For A Car Accident

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In Georgia, tort law governs car accidents. This means that to collect damages for your medical costs, lost income, and more, you will first need to prove the other party was negligent. They in turn, will likely try to prove that you were at least partly at fault for the crash to shield themselves… Read More »

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Common Mistakes When Filing An Accident Claim

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After a car accident, you need compensation for your medical bills, lost income, and more. Unfortunately, insurance companies do not want to pay out large settlements and they will use many tactics to deny or reduce your claim. If you do not take the proper steps, you will actually make it easier for them… Read More »

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How Are Car Accident Claims Different When They Involve Children?

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No one wants their child to become hurt. Unfortunately, when motorists drive in a negligent manner, they can cause an accident. When the driver’s vehicle, or the vehicle they collided with is carrying children, they are at risk of becoming injured. Just like adults, children can receive compensation for their injuries, but filing a… Read More »

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What To Do If You Are Hit By An Uninsured Motorist

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Car accidents are always stressful, but when you cannot pursue the other driver’s insurance company for damages, the situation becomes even more upsetting. Georgia, like all other states, places strict requirements on drivers, including the fact that everyone must carry a minimum amount of liability auto insurance. This insurance can cover motorists for their… Read More »

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Drowsy Driving Risks As More Commuters Return To In-Person Work

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During the coronavirus pandemic, many people in the Atlanta area were able to work from home, and fewer people were commuting from Marietta, Tucker, and other areas. Yet as more people are vaccinated and workplaces look toward some sense of a return to pre-pandemic norms, more of us will begin commuting again by car…. Read More »

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Speeding is Causing Fatal Teen Car Crashes

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Speeding is among the primary causes of motor vehicle crashes in Georgia and across the country, so it should not come as a surprise that speeding is a leading cause of fatal teen crashes. Yet the effects of speeding on teen driving deaths are nonetheless staggering. According to a recent report in HealthDay News,… Read More »

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