Category Archives: Car Accidents
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 »
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 Involved In A Fixed-Object Collision?
Not all car accidents involve multiple vehicles. Some, for instance, qualify as single vehicle crashes, which occur when someone collides with a fixed object. These kinds of accidents are more common than most people know. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), as many as 15 percent of all car… Read More »
Suffering A Car Accident-Related Facial Injury
Injuries caused by facial trauma are different from other types of accident-related injuries, simply because our faces play such an important role in how we interact with the world, through sight, taste, and smell. As a result, injuries to this area can cause victims to suffer for years after an accident because of problems… Read More »
Determining Who Caused Your Car Accident
Atlanta is a bustling commercial center and the congestion on its roadways reflects it. Unfortunately, this means that car accidents have become an increasingly common occurrence on the city’s roads. If you are unlucky enough to be involved in such a collision, you won’t be able to take any legal action without first determining… Read More »
When Should I File A Lawsuit After A Georgia Car Accident?
Car accidents can leave victims struggling with physical injuries that are very expensive to treat. It should come as no surprise then, that one of the first questions that injured drivers ask is where they can go for compensation for their crash-related losses. The situation can seem particularly frustrating for those who bore no… Read More »
The Dangers Posed By Rollover Accidents
Although rollover accidents account for only around two percent of the car accidents that occur in the U.S. every year, almost 35 percent of passenger vehicle fatalities occur during these kinds of crashes. Of the many types of car accidents in which people can be involved, rollover accidents, while not very common, are by… Read More »
Retrieving Video Evidence After An Intersection Accident
One of the number one causes of Atlanta intersection accidents is driver error, such as the disregarding of a traffic control device. Unfortunately, even when this happens and fault for a crash is clear, the other party could still argue that the victim was partly or wholly to blame for the crash. In these… Read More »
Proving That Your Injuries Were The Result Of A Car Accident
Traumatic injuries caused by a car accident can lead to symptoms that extend to areas well beyond the part of the body that was actually injured. A head injury, for instance, can cause headaches, but also vision problems, nausea, weakness, and dizziness. Alarmingly, many of these symptoms can appear months or even years after… Read More »
The Dangers Of Reckless Driving
We’ve all seen reckless drivers, swerving in and out of lanes, speeding, and tailgating. While many of us have been fortunate enough to avoid a collision or altercation with one of these motorists, reckless driving can and does lead to serious accidents, resulting in significant property damage and severe injuries. Those whose accidents were… Read More »