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Holiday Season Sees Spike in Fatal Drunk Driving Accidents

Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day is the time of year when many Macon families travel to visit their loved ones. Businesses ask their employees to save the date for holiday parties. Friends get together to exchange gifts, sip eggnog and talk about their New Year’s resolutions. While the holiday season brings joy to so many,...

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Keeping Georgia Safe This Halloween

Keeping Georgia Trick-or-Treaters Safe This Halloween Practical jokes gone awry, tainted candy, malfunctioning toys and other mishaps can all cause serious personal injuries to children celebrating Halloween. But it seems the greatest danger is one that is ever-present year-round: Auto accidents. However, on a holiday famous for its sudden increase in foot traffic, a sudden...

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Georgia Speeding Fatalities More Likely on Local Roads Than Highways

Experienced attorneys give insight into Georgia’s roadway dangers According to the National Transportation Safety Board, auto accidents involving speeding were responsible for more than 112,500 deaths on the roads of the United States between 2005 and 2014. This is nearly equal to the number killed in alcohol-related car accidents in that same window of time....

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Georgia Legalizes Self-Driving Cars—Are Drivers Safe?

The Georgia General Assembly recently adopted legislation providing guidelines for the operation of driverless, self-driving cars on public roads. But many people remain skeptical about the safety of autonomous vehicles, which have been involved in several high-profile car accidents, including a fatal crash last year. On May 8, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed a bill ...

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