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Malls have a responsibility to keep children from danger

When you take a trip to a local mall, it is likely that you will take your children with you, too. You will have much less control of hazards and dangers in comparison to when you are in the safety of your own home. When you are at home, you are able to make sure that all dangers are out of reach of your children. To some extent, you can make their entire environment safe.

Support your teenagers to avoid car accidents

Car accident risks abound in Georgia, and teenagers are one of the most at-risk segment of the population when it comes to auto-related deaths and catastrophic injuries. Some analysts believe that teens are more at risk because they're inexperienced behind the wheel, they have a less developed appreciation for danger and they may be more prone to distractions and peer pressure when behind the wheel.

When truckers drive fatigued, other people pay

Sharing the road with massive commercial trucks can be downright frightening. These vehicles have massive blind spots, make wide turns and take longer to stop than other vehicles. Because of their size and weight, they can utterly destroy smaller passenger vehicles in the event of a collision.

3 things to do after a car accident

Imagine driving to your favorite store in Valdosta for some retail therapy after a long week at work. As you come to a stop behind other cars at the intersection, the car behind you does not. Now your car vaguely resembles an accordion and you halve a range of injuries that may keep you out of work for at least couple of weeks.

Common expenses associated with serious car wrecks

Simply having your own car is a major source of expenditures. You have to pay for the car, as well as its registration. That means you also have to pay for liability insurance for when you drive. There's also gas, oil and filter changes and other regular maintenance expenses. Whether you are in school or working full time, you need reliable transportation to get where you're headed every day. Owning your own vehicle isn't cheap, but it is practically a requirement for modern adults.

What happens when car insurance won't cover your losses?

You've invested in a great auto insurance policy and paid your premium for years. You're a careful driver, but then one day you get into an accident caused by another driver. Maybe the other person ran a red light or failed to stop. Maybe he or she turned or merged into you without checking the lane due to distraction. Whatever the cause, you likely assume that your insurance or the insurance of the other driver will cover the property damage and medical costs associated with the crash.

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