How Safe Are Motor Scooters in Georgia?
March 22, 2023 | J.L. King | Personal Injury
With fuel prices rising, greater numbers of Georgia’s motorists are continuously seeking alternative ways to commute around town without breaking the bank. In response, fuel-efficient motor scooters are becoming an ever-popular means of transportation across the state. These vehicles are significantly cheaper than motorcycles and cars, and their small engine size offers simplicity, convenience,...Read more
FAQs: Car Accident Reports in Georgia
February 28, 2023 | J.L. King | Car Accident
You may know that the official car accident report made by the police is critical evidence after a car accident. You may need to submit it to your insurance company or provide a copy to your car accident attorney as part of your case, but where do you obtain your copy? All the information...Read more
Types of Commercial Driver’s Licenses
When it comes to driving trucks and other commercial vehicles, a commercial driver's license (CDL) helps ensure that drivers are trained to keep other motorists safe. If you plan to drive a commercial-sized truck, van, or bus in Georgia, you must comply with state and federal regulations and hold a valid commercial driver's license....Read more
Is Flying Safer than Driving?
January 16, 2023 | J.L. King | Car Accident
People with a fear of flying are often told that flying is safer than driving or that the most dangerous part of an airplane flight is the trip to the airport. But even with statistical data that shows the likelihood of perishing in each form of travel, determining whether flying is safer than driving...Read more
Vehicle and Driver Requirements for Uber and Lyft in Georgia
January 6, 2023 | J.L. King | Car Accident
Uber was the first rideshare company. It was founded in 2009 and was followed three years later by Lyft. These companies saw rapid growth but also had a mixed record for safety. Uber and Lyft accidents, robberies, and sexual assaults injured riders and other road users physically and mentally. Worse yet, most states had...Read more
7 Things to Never Do After a Car Accident
December 14, 2022 | J.L. King, II | Car Accident
In the best-case scenario, a car accident can leave you feeling dazed and confused. Even if you only have minor injuries, you still need to deal with the physical and mental trauma of the accident. Car accidents are also rare occurrences for most drivers. If this is your first car accident, you may not...Read more
What Does Yielding the Right of Way Mean?
September 28, 2022 | J.L. King | Car Accident
If you have had your Georgia driver’s license for any length of time, you have certainly heard the term “yielding the right-of-way.” When you yield the right-of-way, you are acknowledging another vehicle’s legal right to proceed with their travel while you wait. Right-of-way laws are essential to all drivers being able to safely drive...Read more
Do I Need a Lawyer After a Hit-and-Run Accident in Griffin?
September 17, 2022 | J.L. King | Car Accident
Have you been involved in a hit-and run-accident in Griffin, GA? You are not alone. Thousands of accidents happen every year across the country. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), hit-and-run fatalities were up 26% in 2020 relative to the year prior. The Georgia Electronic Accident Reporting System (GEARS) indicates that 998...Read more
Is it Possible To Get Out of Jury Duty?
August 14, 2022 | J.L. King | Personal Injury
Most adults in Georgia are eligible for jury duty and must serve when called. However, there are some exceptions. If you meet specific exemptions, you can get out of jury duty if you desire. How Are Jurors Selected for Tifton Personal Injury Trials? Jurors are chosen to serve on Georgia state courts from a...Read more
What Is CTE?
July 8, 2022 | J.L. King | Personal Injury
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) has made a lot of headlines in the past few years. CTE was blamed for cases of dementia and even acts of violence by former professional football players. But you do not need to play professional football to develop CTE. Amateur and recreational athletes, combat troops, and ordinary people who...Read more