Atlanta Motorcyclist Killed in Crash
The Georgia State Patrol recently reported an Atlanta motorcyclist was killed after colliding into a Pontiac G6 in Paulding County, Georgia.
Along with the driver, his 16-year-old brother and another person were in the car. The driver of the car was suspected to be under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident.
No one is ever fully prepared for a catastrophic accident such as this, and in dire times it helps to be able to rely on experts that have experience. Motorcycle laws in each state are different, and the attorneys at Pope & Howard P.C. are experts on Georgia motorcycle law. With more than 140,000 motorcycles registered in the state of Georgia alone, motorcycle riders are injured every day, often catastrophically and sometimes fatally.
Pope & Howard P.C. attorneys understand the unique challenges and vulnerabilities facing motorcyclists and stand ready to help you. Most motorcycle accidents are caused by one of the following, and Pope & Howard P.C.’s expert team is familiar with each:
- Car and Truck accidents
- Solo accidents
- Obstruction or Blocked Trail: Occurs when someone places a chain or rope, for example, to prevent motorcyclists from riding over a certain area. These locations are often unmarked and lead to crashes.
- Rear-End Collisions
- Unsafe Road Conditions
- Defective Equipment
If you or someone you know has been injured or killed due a motorcycle accident, please contactPope & Howard, P.C. at 404-885-9999 for an initial free consultation. You can also visit our website, popehoward.com, for more information.