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The Leading Causes of Accidents in Fulton County

Hi i'm Riah Greathouse with Greathouse Trial Law i want to share the leading causes of accidents in fulton county year after year the three most common causes of fulton county's numerous car crashes are driving while intoxicated speeding and distracted driving the good news is that these causes are preventable a particular concern is the number of traffic fatalities caused annually by drunk driving in fact nearly 25 of annual traffic fatalities involve one or more drunk drivers not only is driving while intoxicated incredibly unsafe for the other drivers and pedestrians it is illegal in the state of georgia the legal limit in georgia is 0.08 blood alcohol content and it is illegal to drive over that limit driving too fast for the conditions on the road is a huge factor in car crashes driving at an appropriate speed for the weather will help prevent car crashes always obey the posted maximum and minimum speed limits these laws exist to regulate the flow of traffic and to create a safe environment for all drivers georgia is also a hands-free state the law makes it illegal to drive with the cell phone or other technology in your hands the hands-free georgia act limits how drivers can use cell phones and technology a driver can still use their phone in the vehicle as long as touching it is not required if you have been injured in a car accident one of the most important things to do is to consult with an attorney who will help you work with insurance companies and investigate the responsible party if you need legal help call Greathouse Trial Law today you can connect with us online at or by phone at (404) 599-9999.

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