Driving in Georgia can be dangerous. The scenic open roads in the heartland can invite speedy driving, and there are more devices that can distract drivers than ever before. Often, drivers in a rush are not leaving the proper distance between them and vehicles in front of them.
A young Georgia husband and wife are mourning the loss of their unborn child as they try to recover from a crash with a wrong-way driver.
Driving wherever you want in your car – even across the country at the drop of a hat – is enormously convenient. But with this convenience comes the danger of getting hurt or killed in a catastrophic vehicle collision. For this reason, you need to make an effort to stay as safe as possible.
The broken arm, cuts and bruises you suffered when your car was hit by a distracted driver a few months ago have healed. If only the same could be said about your state of mind.
The recent holiday travel period was deadly on Georgia roads this year. In all, 26 people were killed in crashes that occurred between 6 p.m. on Dec. 21 and 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 26. The Georgia Department of Public Safety (DPS) reported that the total number of deaths was 11 more than in 2017.
An 18-year-old woman making a trip home to Georgia to celebrate her mother's birthday was recently killed when an alleged drunk driver crashed his car into hers.
An accident in Cartersville, Georgia, killed a 78-year-old woman recently.
A 26-year-old Georgia woman was killed in a two-car accident, and the driver of the other car is facing several charges related to her death.
In the aftermath of any Georgia car accident, physical injuries typically require the most immediate attention. People might have back pain, broken bones, brain trauma and serious lacerations that take priority.