“Seatbelt Safety”

Georgia Moves Closer to Requiring Seatbelts for Backseat Passengers

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | September 30, 2019

The state of Georgia is moving closer to requiring ALL persons in a car to wear seatbelts while the car is in motion, including back seat passengers. Currently, Georgia does not require back seat passengers to buckle up while riding in a motor vehicle. Thirty other states have laws that require back seat passengers to […]

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 […]