“auto accident attorney”

Pedestrian Safety Efforts Are Often Stonewalled by State Agencies

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | December 28, 2022

State transportation agencies are often very slow to act on safety initiatives that would help minimize the number of auto accidents involving pedestrians,  especially when these initiatives would also mean slowing down traffic. That attitude which also exists in Georgia means that pedestrian safety is compromised, contributing to high numbers of pedestrian accidents. The Pew […]

Stricter State Seatbelt Laws May Lead to Fewer Auto Accident Injuries Sustained by Teens

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | April 25, 2012

Parents of teenage drivers may be relieved to learn that teen drivers and passengers are more likely to use seat belts if they’re in states with primary-enforcement seat belt laws, often promoted as “click it or ticket” laws, a new study finds. This likely hood may also lead to a lessening of injuries sustained by […]

School Bus Seatbelt Safety and Manufacturer Liability in Crashes: Accident and Wrongful Death Claims to Continue

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | November 1, 2011

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, two drivers were injured Wednesday morning when two school buses collided in DeKalb County. A bus from Bright Beginnings Learning Center, traveling southbound, rear-ended a DeKalb County special needs bus en route to McNair High School. While no children were harmed during this particular bus accident, the collision itself brings […]