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Whether you’re facing problems with car accidents, truck accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, or workers compensation, the Macon personal injury attorneys at Buzzell, Welsh & Hill are here for you. We are continually providing resources for you on our blog below. Your journey to getting the help you deserve starts here. We look forward to providing you with a free consultation; give us a call at (478) 787-0047.
With trucks weighing 20 to 30 times as much as cars, it’s no surprise that when they’re involved in crashes, the results can be serious. According to the National Safety Council, large trucks account for 9 percent of all vehicles involved in fatal crashes, even though they make up only 4 percent of registered vehicles. ... Read More
If your teen is nearing driving age, you may be surprised by how much has changed since you got your own license. Newer rules, designed to minimize risky behaviors, give drivers time to practice—getting comfortable behind the wheel before they’re given the full privileges of a Class C license. So what are some of the ... Read More
While even a fender-bender can sometimes do a lot of damage to the human body, some car crashes are truly devastating. Whether it’s because of high speeds, the type of crash, the size of the other vehicle involved or the lack of seatbelts, certain types of wrecks just do more harm. Unfortunately, some result in ... Read More
After a crash, your thoughts may fly in a million directions. First, of course, is your concern for your own health and safety, plus that of your passengers and the other drivers and occupants involved. But you may also worry about everything from the condition of your car to the appointment you’re about to miss. ... Read More
Motorcycles offer fun, freedom and fuel efficiency to Georgia riders, but there’s no denying they also come with risks. That’s partly why Georgia has different licensing requirements for motorcycles and other forms of motorized bikes than it does for cars, trucks and SUVs. In Georgia, you’ll need a Class M license or Class M instructional ... Read More