Macon, Georgia Let’s Talk About Drunk Driving for Alcohol Awareness Month Lawyer

Let’s Talk About Drunk Driving for Alcohol Awareness Month

Excessive drinking is a major problem in the United States. Drinking too much leads to personal injuries, car accidents, violence, drowning, liver disease and even some forms of cancer. But the good news is that all of us can take simple steps to avoid the misuse and abuse of alcohol. During Alcohol Awareness Month in April, all of us can help society by spreading the word about how to avoid alcohol abuse. We also can encourage our families, communities and individuals to get involved in this important public health effort. As personal injury attorneys in Georgia who have seen how drinking can lead to terrible car accidents and injuries, The Mann Law Firm strongly supports Alcohol Awareness Month. We hope this month more people are remind[...]...

Macon, Georgia Three Things Cause 10,000 Road Deaths Every Year Lawyer

Three Things Cause 10,000 Road Deaths Every Year

Bloomberg News reported this month that federal safety officials are targeting the three worst driver habits in the country that are killing at least 10,000 Americans annually: speeding, drunk driving and distracted driving from electronic devices. According to the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, its list of ‘Most Wanted’ safety improvements on American roads includes a strong focus on three of the 10 behaviors by drivers that are leading to so much carnage. Federal officials say targeting speeding, drunk driving and distracted driving could really make a dent in the 37,000 fatal car accidents that occur in the U.S. each year. The ‘Most Wanted’ list of safety improvements also focuses on such things as fatigued drivers, i[...]...

Macon, Georgia Clearing Up Georgia's Confusing School Bus Passing Law Lawyer

Clearing Up Georgia's Confusing School Bus Passing Law

There is a bill before Georgia’s General Assembly that would clarify the school bus passing laws in the state. Senate Bill 25 was proposed after a law went into effect last year that caused a great deal of confusion. That law stated that drivers were allowed to pass a school bus, depending upon whether they were driving on a four-lane highway that was separated by a lane for turning. State Sen Tyler Harper said earlier this month that the new bill had passed muster in the Senate Public Safety Committee. He noted that he hopes the new Georgia bill will clear up any possible confusion about when it is safe for Georgia drivers to pass school buses. In the new bill, if the driver is on the opposite side of the road from a school bus engaged i[...]...

Macon, Georgia How to Make This Holiday Season as Safe Possible for Your Loved Ones Lawyer

How to Make This Holiday Season as Safe Possible for Your Loved Ones

The holidays are usually a time of joy when we give our children toys that they have been waiting all year to receive. But there are some popular toys that we should not even consider giving to our little ones, toys that can actually be dangerous to their health. For example, imagine how excited your two-year-old will be when you hand her what looks like a plastic shiv and a piece of fake fruit with the instruction on the box to ‘get to slicing!’ This toy is called the Cutting Fruit kit from Kid O Toys, and it has been named as one of the 10 Worst Toys thanks to the rather unusual concept of encouraging toddlers to be wielding cutting instruments, however dull they might be. The dangerous toy list that was released last week was by Worl[...]...

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How Often Do Car Accident Cases Go to Court?

Involvement in a vehicle crash can lead to trying days ahead, and you may be asking how often do car accident cases go to court? While the last thing you want to do is drag out the process and delay receipt of payments for medical expenses, replacement of p...