How Can Truck Safety Regulations Influence My Case in Georgia?

12.04.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

Trucking companies and the drivers they employ have many regulations that they are legally compelled to follow. However, this does not always happen, especially when companies put undue pressure on their drivers to cover more distance with each stretch. The result can be a devastating….

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Steps to Take After a Motorcycle Accident in Georgia

11.27.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

Many people enjoy riding motorcycles. Most motorcyclists learned how to drive their bikes safely and how to share the road with other vehicles. In addition to knowing how to safely operate a motorcycle, motorcyclists should know what to do in case an accident occurs. Anyone….

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Georgia Fireworks Laws to Know for New Year’s Eve

11.24.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

The new year is a time for hope, celebration, and fun. Although this time of year is one of excitement and joy, it also comes with inherent dangers. New Year’s Eve is one of the deadliest holidays of the year. There are many reasons this….

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Tips to Make Your Holiday Celebrations Safer

11.17.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

As we approach Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year, the holiday hustle means getting ready for the celebrations that accompany this time of year. Now is the time to be on high alert. There are certain safety tips you should keep in mind when shopping,….

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What You Need to Know about Black Friday Car Accidents

11.10.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

With Black Friday rapidly approaching, it is a dangerous time to be on the road. According to data from Progressive Insurance, there are 34% more car accidents on Black Friday, 25% more accidents on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, and 20% more accidents on Thanksgiving Day,….

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4 Ways to Stay Safe While Traveling for the Holidays

11.03.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

Holidays are a time for family get-togethers and parties. Even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of people will be traveling all over the country for Thanksgiving and Christmas in the upcoming weeks. With so many people traveling and gathering together, there is….

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October is Fire Prevention Month: 8 Important Fire Safety Tips

10.20.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

Since 1922, October has been the Fire Safety and Prevention Month throughout the United States. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has been educating the public about fire safety for decades, making a special push during the first full week of October. Fire Prevention Week….

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Avoid These 4 Common Accidents on Halloween

10.13.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

Halloween is the one day a year kids look forward to dressing up as their favorite characters and trick-or-treating. Unfortunately, Halloween can be one of the most deadly days of the year for children. With so many children walking the streets in dark costumes, there….

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4 Ways to Stay Safe in Georgia This Halloween

10.06.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

During the Halloween season, you and your children can enjoy costumes, candy, and endless renditions of “Thriller” or “The Monster Mash.” Halloween is the only time you let your children dress up and go door-to-door around the neighborhood. It can be delightful to tour the….

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Can I Still Retain Compensation If I Was Partly at Fault for the Accident?

09.30.21 | Posted By Jay Howard

Can I Still Retain Compensation If I Was Partly at Fault for the Accident?

During accidents where there is one main party at fault, the injured individual has the right to seek compensation for all of their injuries and damages. However, some accidents have multiple parties at fault. When more than one person is at fault for an accident,….

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