As a pedestrian, you face many dangers when you navigate Georgia’s roads. While crowded city streets can make walking perilous, sparsely populated rural routes can pose just as much of a threat. At Sams, Larkin, Huff & Balli, LLP we understand that pedestrian safety is important to you no matter what type of road you are traveling on.
Currently in Georgia, the law permits drivers to use their cell phones for talking only. Should a driver get caught using it for texting or any other reason, the penalties are not especially significant. Georgia, some argue, could greatly benefit from a stricter law when it comes to distracted driving in general and cell phone use in particular.
Like many other motorcyclists, the spring and summer weather probably has you excited to hit the road. However, the large trucks that can be found on many Georgia highways can be intimidating to share the road with. At Sams, Larkin, Huff & Balli, LLP, we understand that safety is important to you. Here are some tips on how avoid danger while navigating the highway.