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3 Rules for Hit and Run Accidents Published in Car Accidents,dui,Evidence,Personal Injury on June 27, 2017.

I was recently asked this question by friend, now client that was involved in a hit and run car wreck: “I was hit by a drunk driver and he fled the scene. My insurance company found him with the tag number we got and he is telling my insurance company no accident occurred and he is not even talking to… READ MORE

Legal Difference Between Drunk Driving and Driving While on Drugs Published in Car Accidents,dui on April 18, 2016.

A DUI – driving under the influence – is still a DUI, no matter what “influence” you’re under. In Georgia, you’re over the legal drinking limit for driving if your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) registers .08% or higher within three hours of driving – regardless of whether your driving ability was actually impaired. However, you can also get a DUI… READ MORE

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  • Car Wrecks Involving Ridesharing Vehicles
    Now more than ever, people rely upon ridesharing vehicles and companies, like Uber and Lyft, for transportation – especially in urban areas. However, these vehicles can still be involved in serious motor vehicle collisions. In some instances, the driver of the ridesharing vehicle might be to blame, while at other times, another motor vehicle driver […]
  • Negligent Maintenance Issues in Truck Crash Cases
    Commercial trucks and tractor-trailers play a vital role when it comes to transporting goods in today’s economy. Since these large vehicles are in almost-constant use, they require significant amounts of maintenance every year. In addition to negatively impacting a business, a poorly maintained truck or tractor-trailer can present a safety hazard to all other vehicles […]
  • What is the Process for a Workers’ Compensation Case in Macon?
    Injuries sustained while a worker is on the job can be sudden and painful. Fortunately, there is a mechanism in place by which injured workers can pursue compensation for those injuries from their employers. This process is known as workers’ compensation. When you are injured on the job, workers’ compensation could act as your safety […]
  • The Most Common Injuries at Work
    According to the National Safety Council (NSC), a worker is injured in a workplace accident every 7 seconds. In many cases, these injuries occur in completely preventable accidents and leave victims with significant medical expenses, an inability to work, and lingering medical problems that can affect them for months or even years. Here are some […]