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How Electric Cars Hold Up in Atlanta Car Accidents


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12/16/2011
Dover Law Firm
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There is no such thing as a safe car. When a car collides with another vehicle or object, it may incur significant damage and the occupants of the car may suffer significant personal injuries.
Electric Cars Are No Exception.
Electric cars may result in serious Atlanta auto accident injuries, though the design and build of the car is different than a traditional automobile. Some of the things that make electric cars prone to accident injuries include:
  • Batteries. The batteries have potentially dangerous electrical hazards and can lead to fire in a collision.
  • Small, fragile bodies. The bodies of the car may not provide as much crash protection as other vehicles.
Additionally, electrical cars may be heavier than other autos because of their battery weights. While heavier cars may provide added protection when an accident occurs, the weight may also make an accident more likely.
What to Do if You’re Injured in an Atlanta Electric Car Accident
If you have been hurt in an Atlanta car wreck, then you have the right to consult with experienced Atlanta car accident lawyers. Your Atlanta auto accident attorney will review your case and explain your rights to you.
If someone else’s negligent or intentional acts caused your injuries, then you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, out-of-pocket expenses, lost income and pain and suffering. To learn more about how to protect your rights, please read our FREE book: 4 Common Mistakes That Will Ruin Your Georgia Car or Truck Claim and call us today at 1.770.518.1133 for a free consultation.
Read more about Atlanta electric car safety in our FREE library article: Safety Questions to Ask Before Buying an Electric Car in Atlanta


Category: Auto/Truck Wreck


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