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Our Georgia Auto Accident Lawyers at Montlick and Associates know that those who are involved in a car accident while traveling the streets and highways of Georgia typically have many questions about their options and remedies. Motor vehicles accidents can cause life-altering injuries or the loss of a loved one, regardless of whether you are a driver, passenger, motorcyclist or pedestrian. Our auto accident attorneys have provided this blog to answer general questions about legal claims arising out of car crashes, to provide a resource to other lawyers, and to promote safe practices that can prevent accidents before they happen. While this blog covers the practical, factual and legal issues regarding a broad range of vehicle accidents, we know that you may have specific questions, so we invite you to contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced Georgia Car Accident Attorneys.

Our attorneys offer high quality legal representation to those throughout Georgia and the Southeast who have been injured in any type of auto, truck, SUV, bus, train, motorcycle, pedestrian or bike accident. Contact us 24/7 to at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). You should also feel free to use our 24-hour Live Online Chat or Free Case Evaluation Form.

Delaware Bill Increases Transparency Around Crash Data

September 30, 2021

DELAWARE - A news article published on GOVTECH.COM reports that the Delaware governor signed into law a new bill that allows the Delaware Department of Transportation to publish unidentifiable crash data with the public from the department's website.  The idea is to help educate the public concerning Delaware's most dangerous intersections for drivers and pedestrians.

Canton Police Department Initiate School Zone Speed Enforcement

September 27, 2021

CANTON, GEORGIA - A news report posted on states that the Canton Police Department will be targeting speeders who are exceeding more than 11 mph over the speed limit in school zones.  The campaign will begin October 4, 2021, and the Canton Police Department will be using speed detection devices to enforce the posted speed limit at Cherokee High School.

Michigan State Police Are Worried About the 430% Increase in Auto Accidents Involving Drivers High on Marijuana

September 27, 2021

According to Michigan State Police's Lieutenant Derrick Carroll, law enforcement agencies across Michigan have observed a spike in accidents since marijuana was legalized in Michigan.  Lieutenant Carroll stated that there had been an increase of 140% of total marijuana-related accidents and a 430% increase in injury accidents involving marijuana use while driving.  

New Study Shows Tesla Autopilot Increases Dangerous Driving Habits

September 20, 2021

According to a new study that utilized MIT Advanced Vehicle Technology, Tesla's Autopilot is causing a remarkable increase in distracted driving when Autopilot is activated.  According to a previous report on, MIT Advanced Vehicle Technology's lab is currently conducting a long-term study analyzing the impact of Tesla Autopilot.

Tesla Autopilot Driving Technology Saves Drunk Driver

September 06, 2021

Automobile manufacturers, like Tesla, are developing software that enables their vehicles to operate safely even if the driver is incapacitated due to an emergency medical event or intoxicated.  Drunk driving is illegal and is causes more than 10,000 preventable deaths in the United States each year.  Many of those tragically killed by drunk or drugged drivers are innocent travelers.   The country of Norway has some of the most statistically safest roads in the world.  However, a 2019 International Transport Forum report showed that 8% of Norway's fatal accidents involve drunk drivers.  

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Many of our blog articles discuss the law. All information provided about the law is very general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Every situation is different, and should be analyzed by a lawyer who can provide individualized advice based on the facts involved in your unique situation, and a consideration of all of the nuances of the statutes and case law that apply at the time.