Jeffrey Johnson is a legal writer with a focus on personal injury. He has worked on personal injury and sovereign immunity litigation in addition to experience in family, estate, and criminal law. He earned a J.D. from the University of Baltimore and has worked in legal offices and non-profits in Maryland, Texas, and North Carolina. He has also earned an MFA in screenwriting from Chapman Univer...

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Georgia Car Accident Lawyers:

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Georgia Car Accident Articles:

How an Auto Accident Insurance Claim Works

What is Your Car Accident Injury Claim Worth and Who is at Fault?

Car Insurance and Auto Accidents: Are You Covered?

What You Can Expect to Recover for Property Damage in Auto Accident Cases

Auto Accidents: Options if You’re at an Impasse with the Insurance Adjuster

Car Accidents Involving Government-Owned Vehicles and Government Workers

Structured Settlements

Do I Need to Contact an Attorney After a Car Accident?

Georgia Car Accident Resources:

Georgia Courts Self-Help Resource: Legal information and forms for the entire Georgia Courts system, designed for use by the general public and covering free and low-cost legal help, small claims, seniors, families and children, protection from abuse, traffic, and more.

Georgia Magistrate Court: Basic information about Georgia’s Magistrate Court, which handles civil claims valued at $15,000 and less and minor criminal offenses.

Georgia Superior Courts: Basic information for Georgia’s Superior Courts, including contact information and judge directory.

Georgia Department of Driver Services
Post Office Box 80447
Conyers, Georgia 30013
Phone: (678) 413-8400

Georgia Department of Transportation: The official site for the Georgia Department of Transportation.

Georgia Department of Insurance: The official site for the Georgia Department of Insurance.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: The official site for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a division of the United States Department of Transportation. Traffic Safety Facts: 2006 Overview (NHTSA): Traffic accident injury and fatality statistics for the year 2006, compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. : Traffic accident injury and fatality statistics for the year 2006, compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (New – added hyperlink) Traffic Safety Facts: Alcohol-Related Fatalities in 2006 (NHTSA): Alcohol-related fatality statistics for the year 2006, compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. : Alcohol-related fatality statistics for the year 2006, compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Georgia Car Accident Statutes:

Georgia Statutes Online: Link to Georgia codes online officially provided by Lexis-Nexis.

Georgia Auto Accident and Personal Injury Laws: Georgia Code Annotated, Section 9-3-20 and following (Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury); Georgia Code Annotated, Section 40-9-1 (Insurance Requirements); Georgia Code Annotated, Section 15-10-1 and following (Small Claims Limits).