Two men were killed and two others were injured in a fatal Moreland Avenue car accident Sunday morning, December 30, 2018. According to The AJC, “a Ford Escape was traveling south on Moreland near the intersection with Key Road” when the driver “crossed into the northbound lane,” striking 56-year-old Marvin Burley in a “head-on” collision. Both Mr. Burley and the Ford driver were killed. Two Ford passengers suffered “minor injuries.
Our Legal Take
As the details of this accident continue to develop, and should the Ford driver be found at-fault, Marvin Burley’s family may elect to file civil claims for their loss.
Based upon its experience and success handling motor vehicle accident claims in Georgia, The Murray Law Firm suggests that Mr. Burley’s family retain an experienced personal injury firm to protect their interests and ensure an unbiased investigation. Photographs of the vehicles and roadways involved and a review of traffic surveillance footage will need to be performed immediately before any evidence is damaged or destroyed.
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