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March 2015 Archives

Motorcycle accidents -- sad when children are the victims

An accident involving a motorcycle and a pickup truck in Georgia on a recent Sunday afternoon in mid March has led to the hospitalization of two people. The accident once again underscores how little motorcyclists are protected in an accident. Motorcycle accidents so often lead to serious injury, as in this incident.

Fatal Georgia car accidents: Some tragedies can be avoided

It appears as if an accident in Georgia in which a driver was killed and a 14-year-old boy was injured could have been avoided if the driver of a pickup truck paid more attention to his driving. The accident happened at approximately 7:40 p.m. on a recent Wednesday evening in early March. As is the case concerning many car accidents, the consequences of this accident have been devastating.

A friend's sadness illustrates the tragedy of truck accidents

A tragic accident on recent Wednesday in early March in Georgia has led to the death of one person. According to the deceased victim's best friend, the accident happened at about 11:30 p.m. The fondness with which the victim is remembered by his best friend is heartwarming. The devastation felt by both the family and friends of the victim clearly illustrates the tragedy of truck accidents.

What are the chances of motorcycle accidents being fatal?

Riding on a motorcycle holds a greater risk for a rider and passenger than driving or riding in a car. Not only are cars more stable than motorcycles, but they are also a lot more visible. Due to the lack of protection offered by motorcycles, motorcyclists are more likely to be fatally or seriously injured in motorcycle accidents than drivers or passengers who are in car accidents.