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A hit-and-run car accident can pose challenges for victims

It is common practice after a vehicle accident to exchange information with the other drivers involved so that the parties may be in touch with each other and may contact their insurance companies to inquire into how their policies might reimburse them for their losses. However, in some car accidents, victims may find themselves alone after their crashes if the responsible drivers leave the scenes of the incidents. Hit-and-run accidents happen throughout Georgia, and this post will touch on some of the ways these types of accidents can pose difficulties for victims.

How does the Social Security Administration define disability?

Holding down a stable job and earning an income that supports one's family are badges of honor for many Bremen residents. Although work can be tough, and not always the most desired activity for a person to engage in, many people are proud of the tasks they complete for their employers and the contributions that they make when performing the responsibilities of their occupations.

Truck driver arrested after fatal highway accident

All drivers are responsible for maintaining control over their vehicles when they take them out on Georgia roads and highways. That includes the drivers of large trucks, big rigs, delivery vans, and other commercial vehicles. Recently, a major incident occurred on a Georgia highway that was caused by the dangerous conduct of a truck driver.

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