When a loved one dies in car accident in Georgia, it may hard for you to come to terms with the situation. Whether they were the breadwinner or a contributing member of the family, the pain and hardship that often follows in circumstances like yours can be hard for you and your loved ones to manage. You may even feel overwhelmed and confused about how what you should do next.
The Fourth of July should be a time to celebrate, relax and have fun with family and friends. Sadly, for too many people, this holiday becomes anything but joyful when a loved one is killed in an accident.
There are a number of tools available to police, investigators and legal representatives that allow them to identify the causes of fatal car crashes. For instance, a Breathalyzer device can measure a driver’s level of intoxication and provide evidence that he or she was drunk at the time of an accident.
In the aftermath of losing a loved one, people can find themselves struggling with far more questions than answers. What happened? How do we move forward? Is someone going to be held responsible? What options do we have to secure some sense of closure and accountability?
In many ways, walking can provide a healthy and inexpensive way to travel through a metropolitan area. Unfortunately, when people choose to travel by foot, all too often they are putting their lives at risk.
Football fans in the state are buzzing with excitement as the Atlanta Falcons prepare to take on the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl this Sunday. But anyone who plans on attending a Super Bowl party and drinking should also plan a sober ride home because a DUI is a surefire way to ruin the fun.
Because of one driver's decision to drive while distracted, more than 3,000 people were killed in motor vehicle accidents in 2014 alone, according to data provided by distraction.gov. Sadly, one of those deaths included a 5-year-old girl who is now at the center of an important wrongful death lawsuit.
When you watch or read the news, you know you will undoubtedly come across a tragic story from time to time. While most tragedies leave us feeling sympathy for victims and their families, some stories can highlight important lessons for us all.
Did you know that rollover crashes account for approximately 30 percent of passenger fatalities in the United States each year? In fact, according to the most recent data available to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), this equates to around 32,000 deaths each year.
Most people know that motorcycles are more dangerous to ride than other motor vehicles simply because of their nature. As the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety so aptly explains, "riders lack the protection of an enclosed vehicle, so they're more likely to be injured or killed." But beyond this, few people think much more about the dangers of motorcycle riding or even about the statistics associated with motorcycle crashes.