November 2017 Archives

Car accidents: Crash involving wrong-way driver kills 2 brothers

Head-on collisions can be exceedingly dangerous, potentially placing the lives of everyone involved in harm's way. Many families have been left to grieve the loss of a loved one following car accidents that occurred under similar circumstances. A recent collision on an interstate in Georgia claimed the lives of two college students who were traveling back to school after spending time at home for the holidays.

Criminal defense: Excessive speeding leads to DUI charges for 1

Operating a vehicle at excessive speeds can be dangerous, and may give authorities reason to be suspicious of further wrongdoing. Should an individual fail to notice the lights and sirens of an emergency vehicle, he or she may face additional charges once a traffic stop occurs. A 46-year-old man is facing multiple charges following a recent incident in Georgia, and he is likely working with a criminal defense attorney in preparation for future court proceedings.

Who’s at fault in an interstate pedestrian accident?

Pedestrians and interstates are never a good combination. The vehicles – traveling at speeds in excess of 70 mph – cannot react quickly enough to avoid a pedestrian. The drivers – zoning out to music or having conversations with their passengers – aren't thinking to look out for people on foot. Even worse, the pedestrians are completely vulnerable to death and catastrophic injury in the event of a collision.

Truck accidents: Collision in dense fog leaves 9 with injuries

When traveling in times of inclement weather, drivers must use extreme caution not only to protect themselves, but also for the safety of everyone nearby. For drivers of commercial vehicles, this type of restraint is paramount, as truck accidents can be dangerous under any circumstance. A recent collision that took place under similar circumstances in Georgia has reportedly left nine individuals with injuries.

Truck accidents: Semi hits 5 cars at traffic light, kills woman

Losing someone close in a fatal collision is something no one should ever have to experience. Should this loss occur at the hands of a negligent driver, it could be significantly more challenging to accept. Truck accidents can be dangerous incidents that run a higher risk of ending in serious injury or worse. A recent accident involving a seemingly negligent truck driver in Georgia has left two individuals with serious injuries and claimed the life of another.

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