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Georgia Law

Car Insurance Requirements in Georgia

If you own a vehicle, then you know the vehicle has to be insured. Each state is allowed to set its own requirements about how much insurance drivers are required to carry to remain legal on the roadway. In Georgia, drivers are expected to maintain the minimum liability insurance requirements, or they could face significant... read more
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Fault Laws in Georgia

If you or somebody you care about them has ever sustained an injury in an accident, you may have been able to recover compensation through an insurance settlement or a personal injury lawsuit. In general, Georgia injury victims are entitled to compensation from any party who was responsible for causing their injuries in the first... read more
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Does Not Wearing a Seatbelt Affect a Car Accident Claim?

Being involved in a car accident can be a terrifying experience, particularly if there are any injuries involved. Unfortunately, vehicle accidents are not uncommon throughout the state of Georgia. While most people understand that wearing a seatbelt reduces the risk of serious injuries or fatalities in an accident, there are still times when drivers get... read more
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Is it Illegal to Eat and Drive in Georgia?

Distracted driving is incredibly dangerous and can cause severe injuries on the roadways of Georgia. When most people think of distracted driving in this state, they think of somebody texting or talking on their phone. However, distracted driving behavior has been around long before we all became so dependent on our phones. Eating while driving... read more
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Seatbelt Laws in Georgia

Most people understand that seatbelts save lives. However, seatbelts are also generally required by law. Here, we want to discuss the seatbelt laws in Georgia so that you thoroughly understand your obligations when you get in a vehicle either as a driver or a passenger. Further, we want to discuss what the penalties are for... read more
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What to do After a Workplace Injury

No one wants to sustain an injury in the workplace, but the reality is that these incidents occur regularly. The good news is that the workers’ compensation insurance laws in Georgia specify that just about every employee is entitled to workers’ comp benefits if they sustain an injury on the job. However, that does not... read more
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Lane Filtering and Lane Splitting in Georgia

There are plenty of motorcycle enthusiasts in Georgia. Staying safe is the priority of everyone on the roadway, but motorcyclists face more risks than those in passenger vehicles. There are two practices known in the motorcycle community that many people may not be aware of – lane filtering and lane splitting. Understanding what this is... read more
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