Atlanta Personal Injury Blog

Negligent Driving Causing Death in Georgia

Negligent Driving Georgia

Hundreds of thousands of large trucks thunder across Georgia roads daily, a critical wheel in our state and national economy. With the rise of e-commerce, trucking companies, licensed motor carriers, third-party logistics firms, manufacturers, and sole proprietor drivers/independent contractors are expanding operational fleets to meet consumer demand – meaning there are more big trucks on… Read More

Semi-Truck Accidents Caused by Fatigue

Semi Truck Accident Fatigue

Semi-truck drivers are especially prone to being overly-tired on the road, even with federal hours-of-service restrictions intended to diminish the danger. A 33-month Federal Motor Carrier Administration study revealed 13 percent of semi-truck accidents are caused by fatigue.     Atlanta truck accident attorneys know that while some folks pride themselves on their ability to get by… Read More

Were You Injured in a Single-Vehicle Accident in Georgia? An Attorney Can Help

Single-Vehicle Accident in Georgia

When discussing car accident lawsuits, we think often of suing the “other driver.”  However, the Georgia Department of Transportation reports 43 percent of deadly crashes in the state last year were those involving just one driver. If you were injured in a single-vehicle accident in Georgia, an attorney can help you recover damages.  An average… Read More

Injured in a Truck Wreck: Atlanta Truck Driver Laws You Need to Know

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Large trucks are essential for our economy, and ensuring that we all have the goods, produce, and food that we need to live adequately. And while drivers of big rigs are charged with a high duty of care in the operation of their vehicles, large truck crashes–many of which are caused by drivers’ errors–take the… Read More

Reckless and Negligent Driving in Georgia: What’s the Difference?

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Understanding the state of Georgia’s traffic laws can be confusing, especially when it comes to fine-tuned distinctions between what would appear to be relatively similar acts. Indeed, such is the case with reckless and negligent driving; the two actions are different per Georgia code, and have different legal (and potential civil) consequences as well. Here’s… Read More