Monthly Archives: March 2023
Did Hitch Failure Cause Your Truck Accident?
Commercial vehicles often travel hundreds of miles in a single trip, towing many thousands of pounds of cargo, so it makes sense that these trucks would require constant maintenance and repairs. Unfortunately, while a commercial vehicle’s tires, engines, and brakes are usually top priority for inspections and maintenance, trailer hitches, which make it possible… Read More »
Car Accident-Related Eye Injuries
Eye injuries are rarely at the top of the list when motorists think about the types of injuries they could sustain in a car accident. This type of injury is, however, much more common than most people realize. Read on to learn more about the kinds of eye injuries that many accident victims sustain… Read More »
Commercial Truck Driver Qualifications
Commercial vehicles are responsible for transporting a significant portion of the goods that cross the U.S. every year. Because these trucks are so large and heavy (and are often tasked with carrying dangerous cargo), commercial truck drivers must undergo strict background checks, special training, and obtain the proper credentials. Trucking companies who fail to… Read More »
What Are Vehicle Crash Tests?
Before a vehicle manufacturer can actually put a car on the road, it must put the vehicle through a variety of tests and inspections. These tests ensure that all of a vehicle’s safety features are fully functional and that the risk of serious injury to occupants in the event of a crash is as… Read More »
Were You Injured In A Dooring Accident?
Riding a bicycle on Atlanta’s busy streets has never been more dangerous for cyclists, who are not only outnumbered, but are far less protected than drivers in the event of a collision. One of the most common types of vehicle-bicycle accidents occurs when a driver parks on the side of the road and without… Read More »
Premises Liability In Georgia
In Georgia, individuals can be held financially responsible for the injuries that occur on their property under a legal theory known as premises liability. This means that if you were hurt on someone else’s property, the business or person who owns that property could be required to compensate you for your injury-related medical bills,… Read More »