There are situations when others could be responsible for a Georgia car accident even if they were not behind the wheel when it happened. For instance, if parents allow their teenager to drive a family car, thy may be responsible for what the child does. This is referred to as the family car doctrine, and it may apply even if the teen isn't named as an additional driver on the insurance policy.
On July 3, a five-vehicle accident in unincorporated Decatur took the life of one motorist and injured several others. At the time of reporting, the cause of the crash was still under investigation.
A person who is injured in a Georgia car collision that was caused by the negligence of another driver will often incur an array of expenses and losses. There are a few different types of damages that can be sought in a resulting personal injury lawsuit.