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When Should You File a Truck Accident Claim in Georgia?

Posted on : November 10, 2018
Filing An Accident Claim In Georgia, Chalker Injury Law
If you or someone you love were injured in a truck accident in Georgia, you’re likely going to want to file a civil claim to recoup the damages you incurred in the accident. This includes vehicle damage, medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. However, the question isn’t necessarily if you’ll file a truck […]
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Do Your Genes Increase Drowsy Driving Chances?

Posted on : October 15, 2018
Not getting a good night of sleep or being diagnosed with sleep apnea can certainly affect your chances of driving drowsy, but researchers now believe there’s more to it than that. These new researchers believe that the genes for each person could contribute towards the risk of an accident because the likelihood of drowsy driving […]
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What Are The Best Safety Tips To Prevent Back-To-School Accident?

Posted on : August 31, 2018
If you are getting nervous about sending your children back to school, there’s ample reason to be concerned.  There’s always an uptick in serious car accidents following the back-to-school season, and many people aren’t aware of the many simple steps they can take to decrease their chances of being involved in a serious accident.  Recognizing […]
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Far Too Many Vehicles Have Unfixed Recalls

Posted on : April 20, 2018
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Driving a dangerous car is one way to put yourself at higher risk for a vehicle accident and one of the most devastating outcomes from a recent study is that there are more than 57 million vehicles on roads throughout the United States that have an unfixed recall problem. If you never know about the […]
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Driver Persona Study Figures Out the Three Most Dangerous Types of Drivers

Posted on : March 29, 2018
The nationwide Zen Drive study has most recently been completed, looking at the experiences of more than 2.3 million anonymous drivers over a three-month period. Drivers were grouped into cluster profiles over the first two weeks of the study and then their driving behavior was analyzed over the course of 5.6 billion miles. It was […]
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Is Sleep Deprivation a Public Health Crisis?

Posted on : January 29, 2018
Last year the Centers for Disease Control came forward with information arguing that sleep deprivation across the United States is the latest health crisis. Sleep deprivation can have many negative implications for someone’s physical and emotional health but it could also cause problems for them operating behind the wheel. Millions of people across the country […]
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How Road Rage Can Cause Car Crashes

Posted on : October 23, 2017
Road rage, or aggressive driving, is unfortunately a major cause of car crashes that isn’t talked about nearly enough. According to the Auto Vantage auto club show and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), well over half of motor vehicle fatalities can be attributed to road rage — a staggering 66%. Here’s what you […]
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Can a Car Accident Claim Be Settled Quickly?

Posted on : June 16, 2017
If you or someone you love has been hurt in a car accident, the last thing you may want to do is pursue litigation. Sitting in a courtroom, hearing the details of the accident and seeing photographs of an event that changed your life is uncomfortable. Many people wish to settle their accident claims quickly — […]
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Causes of School Bus Accidents

Posted on : April 23, 2017
The last thing you expect when you place your child on a school bus is to hear that the bus was in an accident and your child was injured. School bus accidents can result in a few bumps and bruises for passengers, or they can be serious or deadly. Here are some common causes of […]
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Dealing with PTSD After a Car Crash

Posted on : January 3, 2017
Most people associate PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, with military people who come home from a deployment. While this group of people does have a higher tendency of PTSD, the illness can develop in anyone who experienced a traumatic event. If you’ve been in a car accident, it’s important to know the signs of PTSD and […]
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