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Georgia Law

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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Georgia Bicycle Laws

Plenty of people in Georgia enjoy riding their bicycles, whether for recreational purposes or as their regular mode of transportation. However, it is important for both drivers and bicycle riders to understand there are laws in place for the safe operation of bicycles on the roadway. Here, we want to discuss what laws Georgia has... read more
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Georgia Super Speeder Law

Most people know that speeding is against the law. Not only is it against the law, but it is one of the top causes of car accidents in the United States. In Georgia, the is something called the Super Speeder Law. This law is technically called HB 160 and went into effect over a decade... read more
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Black Box Data from Cars Used in Car Accident Cases

Car accidents are a fairly regular occurrence in Georgia. Most of the time, a police report and other evidence from the scene is used to establish fault, an insurance settlement is paid, and everyone moves on. However, there are times when those involved need more information. This could be the case for accidents that resulted... read more
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Car Accident Settlements in Georgia

If you or someone you love has been involved in a car accident, you may wonder what the process is to receive a settlement for any injuries or damages. One of the most common questions people have is – How long will it take for me to get a settlement after a car accident in... read more
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Whose Fault Is It?

Comparative Fault in Georgia Georgia is considered a modified comparative fault jurisdiction, which means a Plaintiff (the person bringing the claim) can not bring a claim for negligence against an “at fault party” if the Plaintiff is more at fault than the “at fault party.” Thus, even if another person contributed in causing an accident you... read more
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Prosecutors can add or change charges

Did you know that when a person is arrested, the prosecutor can change the charge when it comes in to court? Not only can a prosecutor change the charge, but a prosecutor can also add charges on top of what a person was arrested for. Many times, a person will be arrested on one charge,... read more
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