It's important for motorists in Fulton County to share the road safely with other vehicles. While most drivers are cognizant of others on the road whether it's a truck, car, motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian, it's inevitable that accidents will sometimes happen. In the worst case scenario, it will be a fatal accident. Frequently, there is a fatality with motorcycle accidents due to the vulnerability of the rider. Any kind of crash involving a motorcycle can end with severe injuries or death.
Drivers of conventional vehicles and motorcyclists must make a concerted effort to share the road in Fulton County. While the majority operate their vehicles within the law and safely, there are times in which an accident is unavoidable. With motorcycle accidents, the natural state of a rider places him or her in jeopardy. There's little protection available in the event of an accident which can easily escalate its severity leading into a fatal accident.
Motorcycles and trucks in Fulton County must share the road to ensure the safety of both. Of course, that is the ideal. It does not always come to pass that way. With motorcycle accidents, there is a significant chance of major injuries and death because of the vulnerability of the rider. In some instances, these accidents happen because a driver is committing negligence and failing to obey the rules of the road.
A fatal accident can happen in Fulton County in any number of ways. It can occur on the road while driving, or even while walking across the street. Regardless of its cause, a fatal injury will have a dramatic impact on the family left behind. Not only will they have to deal with the loss of companionship, but it's possible that their entire financial situation will be turned upside down and that they will be left with no way to support themselves.
A fatal shooting at an Atlanta mall has led to a wrongful death lawsuit being filed against the mall and the city of Atlanta. A young man was killed last summer while he was shopping at the Underground Atlanta shopping center.
In Georgia and elsewhere, a loved one's death may be one of the most challenging times in a person's life. Understandably, a person's grief may be even greater knowing that the loved one's death resulted due to the negligent acts of another. Sometimes, family members of the deceased may choose to file a wrongful death suit against those whose actions resulted in the death of their loved one for the unexpected medical and funeral bills or loss of income. Recently, a large automobile manufacturer settled a case involving a fatal accident.
Our Atlanta readers would probably agree that the death of a loved one is never easy to accept. But it becomes all the more difficult when a family member is lost in a fatal accident that results from the negligence or carelessness of another person.
This year Atlanta's Georgia Dome hosted the 24th annual Bank of America Football Classic. Southern University battled its long-time rival Florida A&M University, but football spectators among the stands likely couldn't help but notice A&M's marching band was conspicuously missing.
Georgia residents may be interested to read about an ongoing case about doctor negligence. A jury in Texas is currently hearing evidence in a trial resulting from the death of a healthy 22-month-old-boy who died after a routine dental procedure. The infant was crying and thrashing following the procedure. The anesthesiologist ordered a narcotic instead of a mild analgesic such as Advil.
A fatal accident claimed the life of a Norcross, Georgia, high-school junior recently. The crash occurred when a vehicle that was coming from the opposite direction veered into oncoming traffic and hit the car. Authorities blame the crash on teen racing and reckless conduct.