Archive: Vehicle Accidents


Child Car Seats & Auto Wrecks – When to Replace?

Many parents don’t think of child car seats as something they need to replace after a wreck.  Getting insurance companies to pay for a replacement seat can be an uphill battle, especially without the proper resources.  The reality is that...

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Getting Copies of your Georgia Accident Report

After a motor vehicle collision occurs, the first hurdle the parties need to clear before claims can proceed will be obtaining a copy of the police report for the collision.  It is important to recognize at the outset that there...

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Child Car Seat Requirements Under Georgia Law

Georgia law requires the use of child car seats, or “restraint systems,” to protect all children being transported in cars, pickup trucks or vans. Children, for purposes of the statute, are defined as any child under 8 year of age....

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Motorcycle Safety in Georgia

Motorcyclist deaths fell 10 percent in Georgia in 2012 from the preceding year, according to recent data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Still, 134 motorcyclists died in largely preventable accidents in Georgia in 2012. Many motorcyclists are seriously...

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