Blog Archive - April, 2012


12 Articles

Safer Roadways Via Optical Illusions

April 26, 2012

All is fair in love and . . . preventing motor vehicle accidents. Roadway designers are experimenting with ways to encourage drivers to slow down including utilizing optical illusions and trickery to make roads safer for drivers.

Drunk Driving Accidents: When People Who Should Know Better Don't

April 13, 2012

When you are involved in an Atlanta car accident, you generally hope that a police officer is close by so that you can get assistance and have an accident report prepared. However, few motorists contemplate the officer being quite as close as Doraville police officer Kasey Lindsey who plowed into the rear-end of another vehicle while driving under the influence of alcohol.

Wrong Way Vehicles Are a Recipe for Disaster

April 12, 2012

While there may be many situations that can be extremely frightening when faced with a perspective collision with another car, truck or SUV, it is hard to imagine a scarier proposition than barreling down the interstate at 70 mph hour only to see the headlights of another vehicle coming straight for you.

Mitchell County Trucking Accident Caused by Truck Driver Safety Law Violations

April 04, 2012

Traffic safety rules exist for a reason; they are designed to prevent serious Georgia motor vehicle accidents that may cause life-altering injury and the tragic loss of life. When any motorist chooses to disregard the rules of the road, the driver puts not only his or her own safety at risk, but also the well-being of their passengers in danger and is endangering everyone else on the road.

NTSB Proposes New Guidelines to Prevent Tanker Trailer Rollover Accidents

April 03, 2012

While any big-rig accident can be extremely dangerous given the massive weight and size of the vehicles, a rollover accident involving a tanker trailer loaded with hazardous or explosive materials can lead to catastrophic results. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has recommended that measures be taken to reduce the risk of tanker trailer rollover accidents including mandating implementation of stability control systems and rollover prevention programs to prevent these potentially catastrophic trucking accidents.

Tailgating: An Unsafe and Unnecessary Georgia Car Accident Risk

April 03, 2012

Tailgating is one of the most dangerous driving practices and results in many avoidable Georgia car accidents. Sometimes tailgating-related accidents are a product of aggressive driving. Other times such Atlanta collisions are an unsafe driving practice by a driver in too much of a hurry to safeguard other drivers with whom they share the roadway.

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