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What Should I Do If the Other Driver Is Lying About My Motor Vehicle Accident?

By James Ponton | Motor Vehicle Accidents

Motor vehicle collisions happen every day in Atlanta. The Georgia Department of Public Health reports that automobile accidents are the “leading cause of injury deaths and the second leading cause of hospitalizations and ER visits” in the state. Georgia is a fault-based auto accident liability jurisdiction. Whoever is responsible for the crash is liable for the damages. 

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Are Bicycle Helmets Required in Atlanta?

By James Ponton | Bicycle Accidents, Personal Injury

Bicycles are a popular form of transportation, recreation, and exercise. Unfortunately, too many motorists in our region still fail to safely share the road with bikes. It is crucial that all cyclists take proper care to protect their own health and well-being. You may have questions about the bicycle helmet laws in Georgia. Here, our Atlanta bicycle accident lawyer provides an overview of Georgia’s bike helmet laws and explains why it is so important for every rider to wear a helm...
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Your Guide to Motorcycle Laws in Georgia

Motorcycle accidents have been on the rise in recent years. According to data from the Georgia Department of Driver Services, “motorcyclists are consistently overrepresented in traffic fatalities.” In fact, motorcyclists are ten times more likely to be killed in a crash than other drivers. As a motorcyclist, it is crucial that you know your rights and responsibilities. In this blog post, our Read More

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Public Safety Crisis: Motor Vehicle Accidents Continue to Surge

Motor vehicle wrecks have long been a leading cause of accidental injuries and accidental deaths in our country. Sadly, there is now strong evidence that indicates that the rate of serious car crashes is rising. As reported by The New York Times, traffic collisions in the United States started surging shortly after the COVID-19 outbreak—and they are showing no signs of slowing down. In this article, our Read More