Were you in a car accident on Highway 83 in Good Hope, Georgia?
If so, you may be wondering whether you can sue the other driver if the other driver pulled out in front of you, causing you to rear-end their car.
The answer? Yes, you can sue the other driver if he/she pulled out in front of you without yielding the right of way. Please see below a breakdown on Georgia law regarding this type of accident.
Georgia has a statute that governs this type of situation-OCGA 40-6-73-which is titled “Vehicle Entering Roadway.” Please see below the statute:
The driver of a vehicle about to enter or cross a roadway from any place other than another roadway shall yield the right of way to all vehicles approaching on the roadway to be entered or crossed.
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