Scooter Accident

A man in a suit rides an electric BIRD rental scooter along a city street in San Diego, California

Regulating Electric Scooter Use in Atlanta 20-year-old Eric Amis Jr. was a young Atlanta resident studying for his GED while working two jobs to help pay the bills. He was an active member in his church community and was dearly loved by both friends and family. On the early morning…

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According to WSB-TV Channel 2 News, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says she has directed the Department of City Planning to implement a daily ban of electric scooters from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. What to Know About Scooter Accidents with Cars in Atlanta Some scooter accidents are caused by drivers…

Scooters are easy to rent from an app on your smartphone and they seem to be available at every street corner. These new electric scooter companies are “dockless”, which allows you to rent and drop off a scooter wherever and whenever you like. Typically, scooters you see on the street…

A wrongful death is a death that is caused by another individual’s wrongful actions. A wrongful act can be intentional, reckless, or careless. A homicide is an example of an intentional wrongful act. However, a person who acts in self-defense (as recognized by Georgia law) or a police officer who acts in…

Can I Make a Claim or Sue if I was in a Lime or Bird Scooter Accident in Atlanta? Atlanta Magazine describes Lime and Bird scooters as “fun, dangerous, exciting, annoying, and unstoppable.” Business publications contend that electric scooters are revolutionizing transportation in Atlanta. The scooters are clearly popular. Bird has 1,500 scooters…