Free Consultation
No Fee Unless We Win
Click to Call 770HELP NOW

Call For a #WeinsteinWin


Blog Posts in August, 2016

  • Georgia's I-285 Is the Most Deadly Interstate in America

    || 31-Aug-2016

    In 2013, the National Highway Traffic Association compiled a list of the 2,867 fatal car accidents that occurred across the country. From the analyzed data, I-285 in Georgia was shown to be the most dangerous. Within one year, I-285 had 26 fatal accidents resulting in 29 deaths. The second closest? The 1-710 in California with only seven accidents and eight deaths. So why is this interstate so ...
    Continue Reading
  • Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?

    || 29-Aug-2016

    Riding a motorcycle can be an exhilarating, adrenaline-releasing experience. Many avid motorcycles like yourself write about the feeling cruising along the open road gives them. On top of the feeling of excitement and freedom, motorcycles offer their riders a quicker drive home through 5 o’clock traffic. While riding a motorcycle comes with rewards, it can also be extremely dangerous. As you ...
    Continue Reading
  • Negligence and Trucking Accidents

    || 23-Aug-2016

    While trucking accidents claim a small percentage of the total number of traffic collisions each year, the truck crashes that do occur can be deadly. Semi-trucks are the “monsters” of the road, and because of their massive size and weight, most fatalities from large truck accidents are the occupants riding in passenger vehicles, not the truck drivers. That is because cars, trucks, and ...
    Continue Reading
  • Teenage Driver Accidents

    || 9-Aug-2016

    If you have a teenage son or daughter who recently received their driver’s license, there is a strong possibility that you are concerned about your teen’s safety. If you believe that your son or daughter is a “very good” driver who is extremely cautious on the road, you may be feeling a false sense of security. Why do we say this? Because, the facts don’t lie. ...
    Continue Reading
  • Drugged Driving Crashes in Atlanta

    || 9-Aug-2016

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every day 28 people in the U.S. die in car crashes involving an impaired driver. Many people are familiar with the various campaigns imploring teen and adult drivers not to drink and drive, but there are not many circulating about drugged driving. In 2014 over 10 million people reported taking illicit drugs and driving while under the ...
    Continue Reading