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Tips for Uninsured Motorist Insurance Recovery

Edward Kim | 04.24.24

If you get into a car accident in Georgia, it is not uncommon for that driver to be uninsured. In fact, around 18% of drivers in the state are uninsured, according to the Insurance Information Institute. That’s nearly 1 in 8 vehicles on the road with no coverage! If you’re unlucky enough to get into

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7 Steps to Take After a Truck Accident in Atlanta

Edward Kim | 04.16.24

Imagine you’re driving along I-75, I-85, or I-285 in Atlanta when suddenly your car collides with a massive 18-wheeler truck. Accidents involving big rigs are unfortunately all too common in the Atlanta metropolitan area. In fact, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation, there were over 5,000 accidents involving large trucks in Fulton County alone

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5 Essential Tips to Avoid Truck Accidents on Atlanta’s Busy Highways

Edward Kim | 03.04.24

Navigating Atlanta’s congested highways can be challenging for any driver, but the presence of large commercial trucks adds an extra layer of danger. With the number of truck accidents in Georgia on the rise, Atlanta drivers must learn how to share the road safely with these massive vehicles. According to the Georgia Department of Transportation,

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Motorcycle Safety Tips to Prevent Accidents in Georgia

Edward Kim | 02.17.24

If you are an avid motorcyclist in Georgia, you might be concerned about getting into an accident. After all, Atlanta highways are notoriously congested, and accidents occur daily. In 2021, 3,673 motorcycle crashes occurred in Georgia, resulting in 185 fatalities. In 2020, motorcyclists accounted for 11% of all traffic fatalities in Georgia despite only making

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Georgia Car Accident Fatalities Some of the Highest in the Nation

Edward Kim | 02.01.24

Residents in Georgia drive on some of the deadliest roads in the nation. A new report shows that Georgia is one of the worst states in the United States for fatal car crashes. For those who call Georgia home, the statistics are not just numbers; they represent friends, family, and community members whose lives are

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