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August 2019 Archives

Distracted driving a growing concern in Georgia

Motorists are face with many factors that can disrupt the driving experience. For the most part, heavy traffic can make for a challenging commute in Georgia and elsewhere; however, the biggest concern for those traveling on the roadways are situations that could lead to a motor vehicle accident. Distracted driving continues to be a growing problem on the roads, as motorists are faced with compulsions to use their phone and other technology while driving.

Helping you recover damages following a car accident

As any resident in Georgia can attest, traffic can get pretty heavy during the early morning and evening work commutes. These normal traffic jams can cause motor vehicle accidents, however, serious crashes can also occur when there is less traffic on the roadways. These crashes are often due to the negligence of others, such as distracted drivers, reckless drivers or drunk drivers. Thus, when an accident occurs, victims should explore the cause and determine whether a negligent motorist could be held accountable for the crash.

What happens to your finances during bankruptcy?

No one wants to deal with debt, but, for the most part, it is a common part of life for individuals in Georgia and elsewhere. While having some debt is fine, dealing with an overwhelming amount of debt can significantly and negatively impact one's life. The inability to pay upcoming bills, facing foreclosure on a home or even having a vehicle repossessed could mean it's time to take debt relief action.

Holding a dog owner liable for a dog bite in Georgia

Owning a pet is fairly common in Georgia and other states. Whether it is a cat, dog, rabbit, bird or fish, owning a pet comes with many responsibilities. It means caring for it, keeping it safe and ensuring it is healthy. Beyond that, owning a pet means protecting others that come in contact with the pet. With regard to dog owners, dog bites are a major concern. And, when a dog bites someone, they can be held accountable for the harm suffered by the bite victim.

Georgia woman faces DUI and two counts of child endangerment

Motorists in Georgia and elsewhere understand they must follow the rules of the road while operating a motor vehicle. Failure to do so could result in a traffic violation. However, some violations are more severe than speeding or rolling through a stop sign. If law enforcement believes that a motorist is under the influence of alcohol, they could face a drunk driving charge.

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