Monthly Archives: December 2020

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What is the Law for Texting and Driving in Georgia?

Georgia has enacted strict laws against texting and driving and is now considered a “hands free” state. Texting or using the phone is a blatantly negligent acts motorists can commit while driving. It makes them lose their focus, take their eyes off the road, and greatly increases their risk of death, injury, or property damage...
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Understanding Dram Shop Law in Georgia

Every day, almost 30 people in the United States die in drunk-driving crashes. Understanding dram shop law in Georgia can help you win a lawsuit if you are injured by a drunk driver. Dram shop law allows you to bring a claim against the establishment that served alcohol to the intoxicated driver...
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