Atlanta Rear-End Accidents
Georgia State Law
The Negligent Driver
- Failing to use turn signals, or not having functioning signals
- Slamming on brakes unexpectedly, without warning or reason
- Driving without functioning brake lights
- Driving erratically or otherwise recklessly (including suddenly stopping without notice or driving the car in reverse)
As long as the rear driver is able to successfully prove that they weren’t solely responsible for the accident, a judge or jury will find both parties partially to blame for their negligent actions that caused the accident.