Georgian residents who get into a big accident may struggle with numerous impacts on their health over time. Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are one such example. If you have suffered from a TBI, you will likely be dealing with the consequences for a long time to come.
Georgian residents like you who have suffered through dog bite attacks will be looking at a unique recovery period. Not only could the attack have left you with physical injuries and scarring, but you might need to tend to mental and emotional wounds, too. McCamy, Phillips, Tuggle & Fordham, LLP help guide survivors like you through the complex aftermath.
Residents in Georgia often take to the roads and highways over the holidays to be with their family members and friends during special celebration events. Unfortunately, this can be a time not only of joy and togetherness but of tragedy if an accident happens when someone is on their way to or from such a trip. Losing a loved one in a senseless crash is always a challenge for those left behind but can be exceptionally difficult when it happens over a holiday.
As the weather cools down and your heating bill starts to rise, you might think about purchasing a space heater or bringing your old one out of storage. Before you plug in your little heater, our team at McCamy, Phillips, Tuggle & Fordham, LLP, wants to make sure you understand space heater safety, as well as the risks you and other Georgia residents could face with a faulty or improperly operated appliance.
The shoulder of an interstate can be a dangerous place to park, even if it is just for a short while. Recently, a fatal accident occurred on Interstate 20 in the westbound lanes. The Georgia truck accident happened at about 4:45 a.m. and involved a tractor trailer that was parked on the shoulder of the roadway.
In the morning hours in early February, there were two separate accidents on the Georgia section of Interstate 75 that involved semi trucks. The first truck accident occurred before dawn in the southbound lanes just north of the state line. It was reported that one semi truck traveling south hit another that was parked on the side of the road. A crane had to assist in clearing the wreckage.
Getting a flat tire while driving on a Georgia interstate can be a frightening experience. It would be easy to lose control of the vehicle, which could lead to an accident. Safely pulling onto the shoulder of the highway may seem like the end of the danger, but that is not always the case. An individual becomes vulnerable to a car or tractor trailer accident while stopped on the shoulder to change the tire.
A Georgia resident can suffer any number of serious injuries in a car accident. When people think of serious injuries, they often think of head trauma, spinal cord injuries or even burns. Of all the possible physical calamities that can befall an accident victim, the most underestimated injury might just be whiplash.
Most drivers of passenger vehicles in Georgia would agree that being too close to an 18-wheeler can make them nervous. The size of a truck alone can be intimidating, but not knowing whether the driver will make a mistake and cause an accident may be at the forefront of the minds of many drivers. In many instances, those fears are founded since truck driver error is the primary cause of accidents involving trucks.
Truck drivers have a tremendous responsibility to Georgia motorists and pedestrians. Everyone who uses our roadways rely on truck drivers to pay attention and to remain vigilant while operating a vehicle of immense size and weight. When an accident involving an 18-wheeler does occur, it is often due to truck driver error.