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What Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Do After a Car Accident

Edward Kim | 01.24.23

Being involved in a car accident can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. You must take specific steps to protect yourself and your rights. Knowing what you should do after a car accident is essential, including gathering information, contacting your insurance company, and considering hiring an attorney. Insurance companies may try to deny or minimize

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Is Lane Splitting Legal in Georgia?

Edward Kim | 01.10.23

Lane splitting, also known as lane filtering, is a controversial practice that involves a motorcycle rider driving between lanes of stopped or slower-moving vehicles. While it is legal in some states, it is not legal in Georgia. There are pros and cons of lane splitting. If you suffered an injury in a lane-splitting motorcycle crash

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What Should You NOT Say After a Car Accident?

Edward Kim | 12.04.22

You may feel shaken up after a car accident and unable to process the extent of your injuries and damages fully. Unfortunately, during the vulnerable aftermath of a car accident, many people say things that come back to haunt them. Do you know what NOT to say after a car accident? After you get into

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Who Pays for a Rental Car After an Accident in Atlanta?

Edward Kim | 09.27.22

Atlanta car accidents are a severe problem. In one recent year, there were more than 24,000 crashes in the city, resulting in nearly 1,400 injuries and over 100 deaths. That’s an average of 66 crashes per day. If you suffered injuries and damages in a car accident in Atlanta, it is essential to know what

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Is There Any Way to Prove a Driver Was Speeding Before an Accident?

Edward Kim | 09.12.22

Speeding in Atlanta is a serious problem. In one recent year, there were nearly 10,000 speeding-related crashes in the city, resulting in more than 1,400 injuries and 56 deaths. That’s an average of one speeding-related crash every four hours and one injury or death every eight hours. Speeding is a factor in about 30 percent

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