Can I Sue Lyft for Injuries After a Wreck in One of Their Cars?
With the proliferation of ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber, the likelihood of passengers being involved in accidents increases. But who bears liability for any injuries or damages — the individual drivers or the ride-share companies?
Driver of Out-Of-State Sedan Cleared in Fatal Wreck
When a toddler was killed in a crash on Interstate 75 earlier this month in Clayton County, police initially suspected that an out-of-state driver was responsible for the accident that also critically injured an infant and left the parents and another child with less serious injuries.
How Can You Prepare for A Truck Driver’s Medical Exam?
One of the biggest barriers to a commercial driving license is the Department of Transportation’s required medical exam. Exams are only performed by a limited number of doctors — those certified by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
Motorcyclists: Avoid Left-Turn Accidents with These Tips
Left-turn accidents, where a passenger car or truck suddenly turns left right in front of a moving motorcycle as if the rider and bike weren’t even there, are a nightmare for bikers. They’re one of the top things experienced riders warn other drivers to expect.
The Importance of Follow-Up Care After an Injury
When you get injured in a car accident, you probably know to visit a doctor as soon as possible to assess the physical harm and create a medical report of the incident. In fact, if your accident was serious enough, you probably went straight to the ER to receive immediate treatment.
Safety Rises when Drivers Take Precautions Around Trucks
Georgia is the crossroads of the South, and limited-access highways like the many interstates connecting the state are one of the best ways to get around. Highways make it easy and fast to get places around the Peach State, but safety is always a concern.
Who Is Going to Pay for My Accident? Determining Liability
If you get into an accident here in Macon, and it was caused by another driver, you may be wondering how to make their insurance company pay for your injuries and damages. To accomplish that, you must be able to show that their insured — the driver who hit you or caused your accident — was indeed the party at fault.
Georgia Teen Killed in Tragic Single-Car Accident
A Georgia high school senior, aged 18, died in a one-car accident during a trip that was supposed to celebrate the start of her adult life. Seniors at the local high school were participating in the annual “senior skip day,” which is a tradition in many parts of the country.