2016 Memorial Day Travel Forecast

Representing Atlanta, Savannah, Columbus, Decatur, Augusta & nearby areas of Georgia

 

With 38 million people predicted to travel this weekend, your actions are very important. Please practice caution and drive responsibly to help keep yourself and others safeDespite rising gas prices, AAA predicts more than 38 million people will take to the road this Memorial Day Weekend, marking the highest number of travelers in over a decade. If you will be among those traveling 50+ miles from home this weekend, please exercise caution and allow additional time to get to your destination. Taking time will help guard against your causing an accident and can even provide you with additional reaction time to help protect you from being involved in an accident caused by someone else.

Steps you can take to help prevent causing a car accident this Memorial Day weekend include:

  • Not drinking and driving
  • Avoiding all forms of distraction
  • Following the speed limit
  • Obeying all traffic signs and signals
  • Allowing for a two to three-car gap in between your vehicle and the one in front of you
  • Giving yourself additional time to arrive at your destination

These steps can help reduce your risks of being involved in an accident, though nothing is completely failsafe. If you are injured in an accident caused by another driver, the Atlanta car accident attorneys at Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance are here to help. We are prepared to investigate your accident, establish proper liability, and fight tooth and nail to help you get the total compensation you deserve.

To schedule your free consultation at Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance, please contact us online or call our Atlanta office at 404-760-7400 today. We serve victims of serious injury living in all areas of Georgia.