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The Airbus “Flying Car” Is Almost Ready for Its First Flight– But Is It Safe?

Published on Jan 18, 2018 at 5:10 pm in News.

Airbus is a European aerospace company that’s pushing our transportation options into the future. Their Vahana project is a “flying car,” or electric, autonomous aircraft. You place your coordinates, order the taxi, and it flies to pick you up on the nearest rooftop and take you to your destination. The single passenger air taxi will help relieve the congestion of traffic on the ground. A³, the Silicon Valley subsidiary, launched this project in 2016, and they planned to test the air taxi at the end of 2017.

Bey & Associates Welcomes in a Bright New Year

Published on Jan 12, 2018 at 8:05 pm in Firm News.

2017 was a very successful year for Bey & Associates, LLC. As the firm’s lawyers and legal team members welcomed in 2018 at the beautiful Commerce Club in Atlanta this week, the team discussed the law firm’s goals for 2018 and beyond.

2018 is going to be a big year! Community outreach, community service projects, department goals, and client satisfaction were among the goals discussed. The law firm aims to become a larger presence within the community of Atlanta and throughout the state of Georgia and nationwide. Community service, projects aimed to help residents in need, and client/legal outreach will help the firm accomplish those goals and ensure 2018 is as bright of a year as it deserves to be.

5 Questions to Ask Before Buying a New Car in Georgia

Published on Jan 11, 2018 at 6:36 pm in Car Accidents.

Buying a new car marks an exciting time in your life. Your independence increases when you buy and own your car. When purchasing a new car, you should know some questions to ask the dealership before accepting any offers. When you ask these questions, you ensure that you understand what you’ll pay for and your car includes the features that you need to drive safely.

Many new cars contain advanced technology to help prevent car accidents. Whether it’s a lane change, parallel parking, or auto-braking, your car’s technologies could keep you out of a collision. When car accidents do happen, you want an experienced and trustworthy attorney at your side. The Atlanta car accident lawyers at Bey & Associates have represented car accident victims for years and helped them get compensation for their damages.

5 Mass Torts That Will Make Headlines in 2018

Published on Dec 21, 2017 at 5:57 pm in Product Liability.

A mass tort is a case where many people are injured or harmed by a product and they each sue the corporation individually under the same claim. While there are many separate cases, they will most likely share characteristics or be based on similar injuries.

2017 saw many products with negative consequences. Many of these lawsuits are expected to continue to develop in 2018, but other new cases will develop and make headlines as the year continues to unfold.

Bey & Associates Sponsoring New Year New Life Concert

Published on Dec 14, 2017 at 5:00 pm in Fun Stuff.

Bey & Associates is proud to sponsor a fantastic concert called New Year New Life. On January 6-7 from 7-10 pm at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center in Decatur, the New Year New Life concert will welcome the new year with a celebration of inspiring music that you can enjoy with family and friends.

The concert’s goal is to start 2018 on a positive note that will lead to a year of growth and happiness. All are welcome, and the concert is free. The event has some surprises for some people in the audience throughout the course of the evening.

Why Aren’t People Wearing Seatbelts in Georgia?

Published on Dec 14, 2017 at 4:47 pm in Car Accidents.

One of the most effective safety features in a car is the seatbelt. They lock in place and prevent you from ejecting from your seat in the event of a car crash. We all grew up with the phrase, “Buckle up, it’s the law,” and these signs are everywhere on the road.

However, seatbelt laws change from state to state. In Georgia, people in the front seat of the car are required to wear seatbelts, but not those in the back. This allows people the opportunity to opt out of protecting themselves when they’re in a car. Unfortunately, this also means they’re at a higher risk for injury and fatality when they’re in a crash.