The Most Dangerous Roads in the State of Georgia for Fatal Car Accidents

What are the Most Dangerous Roads in Georgia?

No matter where you live and how good of a driver you are, if you are on the roads, you always run the risk of being in a traffic accident.

This is especially true if you live in the state of Georgia, where some of the countries most accident prone interstates are located.

In this blog, we take a look at the five most deadly roads in Georgia.

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There are nearly 7 million licensed drivers in Georgia, traveling across countless freeways, intersections, and congested roads every day.

With so many drivers on the road, getting in a car accident may seem more like a matter of “when” instead of “if.”

And, a serious collision can be deadly.

"Georgia had the seventh most fatal car accidents in the country in 2013, with a staggering 1,085."

Besides the high number of statewide fatal motor vehicle accidents in Georgia, the peach state is also home to the nation's deadliest interstate, I-285.

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Should I Still See A Doctor After A Minor Car Accident?

Why You Should Still See a Doctor After a Minor Auto Accident

You should still see a doctor after a minor wreck because injuries are still common, and even likely, in low-speed car accidents that cause little to no damage to the cars.

This is because people rarely see an accident coming before being struck, resulting in no time to prepare and brace themselves for impact.

So, we always recommend getting checked by a professional physician or chiropractor after a wreck to be certain that you do not have any underlying injuries that are not presenting symptoms yet due to the release of adrenaline following the accident. Even if it's a minor accident it's a good idea to be checked out by a medical professional to ensure that you weren't injured.

In this blog, we discuss why it is important to see a chiropractor after an auto accident, no matter how minor it was.

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The answer is yes, injured (and seemingly uninjured) victims of minor car accidents should always see a doctor after a collision, even minor accidents.

We recommend for your health, safety, and well-being to get checked by an experienced doctor after a minor car accident, regardless of the presence of symptoms.

You want to be certain that you do not have any underlying injuries that are not presenting symptoms yet due to the release of adrenaline following the accident.

Meeting with a doctor after a car accident and receiving immediate medical treatment is the only way to make sure you don't have any injuries.

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