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Obtaining a police report after a car accident in Georgia is important. A police crash report will outline how the accident happened and point to who was at fault. That information will play a role in your accident claim as you establish that another driver caused your crash due to…

If you are involved in a car accident in Georgia, you will need to know your rights are and your options for seeking damages – especially if you are severely injured. Like most states, Georgia is an “at-fault” jurisdiction. So, to recover compensation, you will first turn to the liability…

Not every car accident requires the help of an attorney. If you suffered only property damage and minor, if any, bodily injuries, then you may be able to file a claim on your own. However, if you suffered serious injuries in a car crash in Norcross which have left you…

Unlike a cut, burn or broken bone, you can’t see nerve damage. So, if you get into a car accident, you may suffer damage to your nerves without realizing it. In fact, due to shock and adrenaline, it may take hours or days until you notice signs of nerve damage….

A driver makes an improper lane change in Georgia when the driver changes lanes in a manner that puts the driver and others at risk of suffering serious injuries in an auto accident. If you have suffered harm in a crash that another driver caused by making an improper lane…

Many drivers in Georgia struggle when it comes to making U-turns. They have no idea when the maneuver is legal or illegal. It’s safe to say that, more often than not, they simply guess. Unfortunately, when they do so, they can put themselves and others in danger and cause serious…

Georgia requires all motorists to carry a minimum amount of liability auto insurance in order to register their vehicle in the state. This insurance pays for the bodily injury and property damage that the driver causes others to suffer in a car accident. Unfortunately, not all drivers abide by this…

MedPay is a type of auto insurance coverage. It can cover all or part of your medical expenses after a car accident, regardless of who was at fault for the crash. In other words, to be eligible to file a MedPay claim, you do not need to establish that another…