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Category Archives: Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrians Hit By Cars

Georgia law states that drivers must stop and remained stopped for pedestrians – not just yield to them. The law states:O.C.G.A. § 40-6-91 The driver of a vehicle shall stop and remain stopped to allow a pedestrian to cross the roadway within a crosswalk when the pedestrian is upon the half of the roadway upon… Read More »

Cars Hit More Children on Halloween Than Any Other Night

The candy bowl is stocked. The jack o’ lanterns are carved. The costumes are ready and the anticipation of Halloween is in full effect. Whether or not you and your family have been enjoying the many fall festivals, you can’t really escape the hype that goes into Halloween. Neighborhoods all over the country are gearing… Read More »

Pedestrian Accidents: Wheelchair Users More Likely to Die in Car Crashes

In the past year, we have touched on the importance of pedestrian safety. It seems that collisions involving pedestrians have become commonplace—not only in Georgia, but throughout the United States. As a law firm, we have assisted many individuals and families whose loved ones were involved in pedestrian accidents, as well as hit and run… Read More »

Pedestrian Accidents

A text we think we need to respond to immediately. Running late for an appointment. Whatever it may be, nothing is worth risking a run-in with a pedestrian. Recently, we have seen the unfortunate news of a pedestrian fatally struck on I-285 in Sandy Springs, closing all lanes of traffic on Thursday morning and a… Read More »

Rules of the Roads for Bicycles

Did you know that a bicycle is considered a vehicle in the state of Georgia? If you didn’t know this fun fact, you do now. Whether you are an avid bicyclist or have found yourself passing one, it is very important to be acquainted with the laws. To get your wheels turning, try to answer… Read More »

Distracted Driving

Keep your hands at ten and two. Be a defensive driver. Watch your speed. Be aware of your surroundings. When it comes to driving, we are not only responsible for ourselves, but also passengers and innocent bystanders. This responsibility becomes even more critical when we allow distractions to be our focal point. There are three… Read More »

School Bus Safety

The dog days of summer have ceased and the commotion of a new school year has begun.  We are overwhelmed with supplies, heavy backpacks, fresh haircuts and smiles from children who cannot wait to catch up with friends and maybe learn a thing or two. As parents we feel a sense of relief that our… Read More »

Georgia’s Good Samaritan Law

While we hope that no one is ever in need of emergency medical attention, the summer months tend to see a rise in injuries and trauma.  This brings our series to the topic of Georgia’s Good Samaritan Law… As human beings, it is in our nature to want to care for the injured.  However, as… Read More »

What are Some Safety Precautions Pedestrians Can Take to Avoid Accidents?

Pedestrians involved in vehicle accidents often suffer very severe injuries, based on the fact that they have no protection against impact. If you were struck by a car or another type of motor vehicle, consult an attorney about your prospects for pursuing a case. In any accident, the court looks at all parties involved and… Read More »

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