Metro Atlanta traffic is bad enough on its own. But add in some road construction, and your commute goes from manageable to miserable. Atlanta Personal Injury Law Group wants to help. We are providing our readers with a list of ongoing summer road projects. Plan ahead and avoid the traffic congestion! Cobb County: Replacing bridge…

When people are involved in a vehicle collision, they often end up going to the hospital to be evaluated and treated. Collisions can be traumatic events, especially when you consider that the incident involves thousands of pounds of metal striking another object. Even if your injuries may seem minor at the time, it is still…

When it comes to your automobile insurance, you may think that paying your premiums in a timely fashion is all that it takes to stay in the insurance company’s good graces. But an insurance policy is a contract. That means you have to abide by that insurance company’s rules. Atlanta Personal Injury Law Group’s blog series…

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, a time to bring attention to the dangers of trying to multi-task while behind the wheel. Busy professionals are notorious for this type of behavior – trying to maximize valuable work hours by getting as much done as possible, in as little time as possible. While some may consider…

March is Different Collisions month at Atlanta Personal Injury Law Group. We are taking a look at the different types of collisions where you should consult with a personal injury attorney, either because of the complexity of the legal issues involved or due to the severity of the injuries. Personal injury cases involving DUI (driving…

You may think that paying your insurance premiums on time is all you need to do to stay in good favor with your insurance company. But that insurance policy is a contract, which means you also have to adhere to the insurance company’s rules. Atlanta Personal Injury Law Group’s blog series “10 Horrible Insurance Decisions…

If you have been shopping for or have purchased a new vehicle, you may have noticed that the newer models are missing something significant. According to AAA, about 1/3 of new vehicles (model year 2017 and newer) do not come equipped with a spare tire. Drivers may not realize that this is a problem until…

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) announced its winners for the 2018 Top Safety Pick and Top Safety Pick Plus awards. For these awards, the IIHS tests two areas of vehicle safety, 1) crashworthiness, which is how well a vehicle protects its occupants in a crash, and 2) crash avoidance and mitigation, which is…

With the holidays in full swing and the month filling up with parties and other events, you may be more likely to rely on Lyft or Uber to transport you around town. But before you get into that passenger vehicle, be mindful about some recent news headlines involving these companies, and pay attention to who…

Drowsy Driving is the potentially fatal combination of driving while sleepy or fatigued. This may be due to lack of sleep, a sleep disorder, side effects from medication, or alcohol consumption. If a person gets behind the wheel while drowsy, they may be less observant the roadway, have slower reaction times, or have a decreased…

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