Atlanta, GA – Car Crashes Through Bedroom Window Just Feet From Sleeping Mother and Daughter
Atlanta, Georgia (June 17, 2023) – A mother and daughter were rudely awakended when a vehicle came crashing through their bedroom window, just feet from where they both slept.
The loud noise shook the whole apartment located at the Columbia Peoplestown complex.
The young girl thought she was dreaming, and her mother believed the driver mistook the gas pedal for the brake.
The Atlanta Police Department has not yet confirmed the details of the crash.
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Single-Vehicle Accidents in Georgia
Single-vehicle accidents occur when only one vehicle and one driver are involved. A single-car accident usually occurs when a car collides with another object or is pushed off the road.
A single-car collision can be extremely dangerous, if not fatal, even in the absence of other vehicles.
Numerous legal issues arise in single-vehicle collisions. Even when only one vehicle is involved in an accident, it can be difficult to determine who was at fault.
It’s possible for single-vehicle accidents to be caused by any of the following:
-Drivers may struggle to maintain control of their vehicles on bad roads, increasing the likelihood of an accident. Defects include seams, potholes, and construction materials left on the ground. If poor road conditions contributed to your accident, the person or group in charge of the problem could face legal consequences.
-Even if another driver’s vehicle did not collide with yours directly, they may be held liable for the accident. If the other driver was careless and caused your car to veer off the road, any damages or injuries you sustain may be the fault of the other driver.
-Driving a car can be difficult because of mechanical problems. The driver may be killed if the car’s brakes, steering columns, tires, wipers, or airbags fail. Serious injuries can occur when people’s cars fail to function properly.
These are just a few of the many possible outcomes of a single-car accident where the driver is not at fault.
The Brown Firm’s Atlanta Car Accident Attorneys will thoroughly investigate all information and evidence pertaining to your accident.
If you were in a car accident and believe someone else was at fault, you should contact a Car Accident Lawyer as soon as possible.
Our legal team has a wealth of experience representing clients injured in single-vehicle accidents. We work hard to make sure victims are compensated for their pain and suffering, as well as for any medical expenses, lost wages, and vehicle damage.
Call us right away at (800) 529-1441 to arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys if you were involved in a single-vehicle accident and believe someone else was at fault.
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