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What if Someone Crashes into You Because They Were Tailgating You?

By Grant Law Office on November 20, 2022

Tailgating is the act of following another vehicle too closely. It is considered to be a dangerous driving behavior because it increases the risk of a rear-end collision. Rear-end collisions can be devastating, especially at high speeds. Tailgating is also a major contributor to traffic congestion, as it reduces the amount of space between vehicles and makes it difficult for other drivers to change lanes.

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Car Accidents Can Severely Damage your Kidneys

By Grant Law Office on October 25, 2022

If you have been in a car accident, it is vital to have your internal organs examined by a doctor. Even if you don’t think you have been injured, there is a possibility that you have sustained internal damage, especially to your kidneys. Kidney injuries can be hard to notice because they don’t always cause pain, but they can be very serious if not treated promptly. If you think you may have a kidney injury, be sure to see a doctor right away.

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Common Construction Zone Accidents and How to Prevent Them

By Grant Law Office on October 15, 2022

Construction zones on our roads are legally required to be marked with the proper signage for safety. This signage includes but is not limited to warnings for drivers to slow down, yield, and be aware of potential hazards. Construction zone road markings are also typically bright and reflective so that they are visible even in low light conditions. By law, these markings must be maintained so that they are always visible and effective.

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What Happens When an Animal Causes Another Driver to Injure You?

By Grant Law Office on August 20, 2022

Wild animals can cause traffic accidents for a variety of reasons. Animals may dart out into the road without warning, suddenly causing drivers to swerve or a brake. Some animals may be attracted to the bright lights and noise of traffic and wander onto the road in search of the source of the commotion. In some areas, animals may be fleeing from wildfires or other natural disasters and crossroads in large numbers, increasing the chances of an accident. Deer and other animals are often active at dawn and dusk when visibility is low, and drivers may have difficulty spotting them.

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What the New Federal DUI Safety Law Means for Atlanta Drivers

By Grant Law Office on August 10, 2022

Starting in 2026, all new cars sold in the United States will be required to have drunk driving monitors installed. The monitors will be able to detect when a driver is over the legal limit for alcohol and will automatically disable the car’s ignition. The new law is being implemented to reduce the number of drunk driving accidents and fatalities in Atlanta and across the country. This is a significant step forward in keeping our roads safe.

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What Causes Jackknife Accidents?

By Grant Law Office on July 15, 2022

A jackknife accident occurs when the trailer of a truck swings out and is level with the truck cabin, causing it to resemble a partially unfolded pocket knife. This could occur for a variety of reasons including poor weather conditions, driver error or mechanical failure.

If you have been injured in a jackknife accident, you are likely in need of an attorney. A thorough investigation of the accident must be undertaken to determine liability. An experienced truck accident attorney can assist with this, as well as pursue any damages you may be entitled to.

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Beware of Atlanta Winter Road Hazards

By Grant Law Office on January 10, 2022

Damaged SUV in a ditch to the side of the road.

When winter storms hit Georgia, they can make driving conditions hazardous on local roads. Snow and freezing rain can quickly turn roadways into slick, icy surfaces. High winds can down trees and cause traffic signals to go out, making driving around town even more treacherous. It is best to stay at home during a winter storm if you are able. If you must go out, be aware of the winter road hazards in Atlanta.

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Deadly Hazards to Know About When Traveling Through Georgia

By Grant Law Office on December 6, 2021

A rear-end collision involving two cars.

Commuters in Georgia face serious hazards when they get behind the wheel of a car. Statewide, traffic fatalities are on the rise. As of October, more than 1,000 people had already died in traffic crashes across the state in 2021, as reported on Fox 5. In one September weekend alone, 16 people were killed in traffic accidents. Speeding is a major factor in deadly accidents in Georgia and on metro Atlanta roads.

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Who Is at Fault in a Driverless Car Accident?

By Grant Law Office on June 9, 2021

Computer screen in a self-driving car.Self-driving cars are changing things on U.S. roadways. As autonomous vehicle technology continues to advance and driverless cars become more popular, liability concerns with vehicle automation are becoming more of an issue.

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How to Spot a Drunk Driver

By Grant Law Office on December 26, 2020

Drunk drivers have been a menace on our roads since cars were first invented. In order to combat the danger of drunk drivers, Georgia laws have been passed limiting the legal blood alcohol content (BAC) of drivers to under .08%.

Sadly, not everyone follows the law, and when people get behind the wheel drunk, they can cause catastrophic damage. Knowing what a drunk driver looks like and how to properly respond to one can save your life.

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