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Millar & Mixon on April 17th, 2014

Recently in Gwinnett County, a motorist was arrested and accused of leaving the scene of a fatal collision with an 85-year-old man walking in a crosswalk at an intersection. The driver allegedly ran a stop sign in her Ford pickup truck before striking the pedestrian, the Gwinnett Daily Post reported. The pedestrian later died from […]


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Bruce Millar on April 7th, 2014

When an Atlanta television news van rear-ended a car on Lenox Road in March 2010, the car’s damage appeared minimal. But beneath the bumper cover lay more than $7,000 in damage, and the wreck landed the car’s driver in a doctor’s office with pain in his neck, back, shoulder and hips. He also suffered from […]


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Bruce Millar on March 31st, 2014

The average driver in Atlanta is involved in a car accident every 7.7 years, according to Allstate Insurance Company, which ranks the country’s 200 largest cities based on the frequency of auto collisions. Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report ranks Atlanta 164th, making it one of the least safe cities. Allstate used its claims data to […]


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Bruce Millar on January 31st, 2014

Though drivers across the United States generally believe speeding is a problem, one in five admit they try to get where they are going as fast as they can. Nationwide, speeding accidents take close to 10,000 lives every year, amounting to nearly a third of all traffic deaths and costing approximately $40 billion, the NHTSA […]


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Bruce Millar on December 4th, 2013

Texting, speeding, tailgating, drunk driving, aggression and road rage are problems on Georgia highways even on good days. During the holidays, these dangerous behaviors occur even more frequently. Parties, crowded roads, packed parking lots and rushed schedules can push already stressed-out drivers over the edge. The 2012 holiday season saw more than twice as many […]


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Bruce Millar on September 19th, 2013

Autumn means shorter days, dropping temperatures and football game traffic – all of which can add up to an auto accident in Atlanta. But by taking these three safety steps, you can avoid being in one: Make adjustments for the changing sunlight patterns. Be alert for unexpected hazards like frost, high winds and patches of […]


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Bruce Millar on September 9th, 2013

Using extra caution while driving in school zones will help prevent traffic accidents in Georgia. It might also save a child’s life. School zones are marked with flashing lights or posted hours for reduced speeds. When school is in session, state troopers routinely patrol these areas. They are watching for violations that can result in […]


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cw-admin on September 2nd, 2013

Having a flat tire on an interstate or busy road can lead to an auto accident in Georgia. A blow-out can cause the driver to lose control. The vehicle can veer off the road. Other cars might swerve or react dangerously. And getting out of the car to change the tire can put a motorist […]


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Bruce Millar on August 29th, 2013

Each year when school starts, parents of boys and girls who ride the bus worry that their child might be in a Georgia traffic accident. A law in Georgia might help them rest a bit easier. The law requires that all school buses have to be rigorously inspected before they are allowed to hit the […]


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Bruce Millar on August 16th, 2013

Every car accident in Georgia in which a person is injured or killed is a tragedy. But when the victim is a small child it can be heartbreaking. An August 5 incident in Cedartown that claimed the life of a young boy and injured a young girl falls into that category. This is from The […]


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