It was once the standard answer to the question of which seat is safest to be in when a car crash takes place. That standard answer: the back seat. But what was true for decades has shifted in recent years, according to researchers.
Most of our regular Jonesboro legal blog readers have heard about the massive pile-up on Interstate 75 a few days ago. According to Clayton County Police, nearly a dozen people had to be hospitalized for treatment for injuries after the crashes in the northbound lanes of I-75 between the Highway 54 and Old Dixie Road exits.
As we head into summer, many construction projects are kicking off around the state, as well as around the country. Construction workers and motorists alike face numerous hazards in work zones, where accidents are often severe.
Motor vehicle accidents are common when weather conditions are unusual for the state. Georgia doesn't often get heavy snow, but hurricanes, tornadoes and other environmental events can impact traffic and the way people drive.