Car accidents happen every day in Georgia. Some are just minor fender benders, and others have more serious or fatal consequences. Commercial vehicle accidents, such as those involving semis or other larger vehicles, often result in serious injuries or worse.
Car accidents happen every day in Georgia, though not all of them have severe consequences. Those that do can leave victims suffering physically, emotionally and financially. Recently, a 29-year-old man was arrested in relation to two car accidents that left several people, including himself, injured.
A fatal crash in Georgia claimed the life of one woman and left another individual injured. This collision, which occurred in Savannah, had police on the lookout for the person considered responsible. According to police, a young man turned himself in the following day for his role in the crash. As car accidents that result in fatalities can leave surviving family members seeking answers, this turn of events may provide a bit of comfort as the investigation moves forward.
The amount of commercial trucks on the road seems to be increasing. This is probably a good sign for the economy, as the need for the transportation of goods is growing; however, this can create additional risks for drivers. Truck accidents involving cars becoming trapped underneath tractor-trailers can be devastating for families, as the outcomes are often fatal. A family who lost their teenage daughters in a tragic accident with a semi in Georgia is asking that new safety regulations be put in place regarding the under ride protection bars on these massive trucks.