Are Party Hosts Liable for Guests Who Drive Drunk in Georgia?

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Every party host wants their guests to have a good time. Many people try to do that by providing access to plenty of alcohol. But if you let your guests drive home drunk, you’re risking a lot more than them waking up with a hangover. […]

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Can I Have Just One Drink and Be Safe to Drive?

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The number of drunk driving wrecks always increases in the days between Christmas and the New Year as people go to holiday parties and celebrate with friends and family over a few (or more than a few) drinks. According to the National Institute of Alcohol […]

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What Do I Do After a Wreck If I Don’t Know Who Hit Me?

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Hit-and-run crashes are some of the most complex cases that auto accident victims face. Since you can’t sue someone if you don’t know their identity, it’s often necessary for victims to work with their own insurance companies to get compensation in a case against “John […]

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How to Stay Safe When Riding Your Motorcycle at Night

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In about two-thirds of all motorcycle crashes involving another vehicle, the other driver and not the motorcyclist is at fault. And this usually happens because drivers aren’t looking for and fail to notice motorcyclists. So while it might seem safer to ride at night when […]

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What Causes Tractor-Trailer Crashes?

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Truck crashes are undeniably dangerous. In 2019 alone, 4,119 people were killed in collisions with semi-trucks in the U.S., according to data collected by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. They rarely cause “fender benders” on the highway. Although we can’t prevent truck accidents altogether, […]

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Can I Legally Have a Passenger on My Motorcycle?

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If you ride a motorcycle, you may want to share the thrill of experiencing the open road on two wheels with people you love. But you may also be wondering if there is something you need to do first before letting your spouse, child, or […]

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What Happens If I Didn’t Call My Insurance Right Away After a Crash?

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Failing to inform your auto insurance provider right away after a crash could result in any future claim being denied. That’s why it’s important to inform your insurance company about any collision as soon as you can, even if it was a minor accident that […]

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Can Bars and Restaurants Be Held Liable for Drunk Drivers?

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When someone drives drunk and causes a crash, victims can file a lawsuit for their damages. And if the other driver was issued a DUI or DWI by the responding police officer, it will be much easier for victims and their attorneys to prove the […]

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School in Session Means More School Bus Crashes

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The National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) calls school buses “the safest vehicle on the road,” but 4-6 children are killed in school bus crashes every year. According to the National Safety Council, 109 people (bus passengers, occupants of other vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists) were killed […]

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Am I Liable If Someone Was in an Accident While Driving My Car?

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Unfortunately, yes, in most cases you are legally responsible if you give someone permission to drive your vehicle and they then cause a crash. This is because your insurance is tied specifically to your car first and to you second. Because the insurance is tied […]

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