April 2, 2014
When car radios first came out, many safety experts worried about their capacity to distract drivers from the complex series of interwoven skills involved in driving a car. It was finally agreed that the ability of radios to keep drivers awake outweighed the distractions they might cause.
Not so the mobile telephone and the world of texting-while-driving. This is definitely a distraction. It is often found that accidents are caused by both dialing, talking and texting–even when hands-free devices are being used.
In the investigation of a traffic accident, often the missing piece of the puzzle involves discovering that one or more of the drivers involved were using their mobile devices during the moments just before the wreck. Your trial lawyer can investigate that for you.
Don’t let yourself or your family fall into the dangerous practice of Distracted Driving. It only takes a moment’s inattention to cause or fail to avoid a terrible accident.
Read more at: http://www.gahighwaysafety.org/highway-safety/texting-laws/
March 15, 2014
A recent Georgia Ballot Access Case heard by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals relied on the precedent set in Bergland v. Harris, a case argued and won by Walker Chandler in 1985 in the same 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Read about GREEN PARTY OF GEORGIA, CONSTITUTION PARTY OF GEORGIA v. STATE OF GEORGIA, SECRETARY, STATE OF GEORGIA
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