If you live in Marietta, you can’t help but be aware of a huge transportation undertaking impacting your daily commute. Generally referred to as the Northwest Corridor Project this transportation improvement proposed by The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) effects route I-575 from the I-75/I-575 to Sixes Road.  This massive construction project expands highway managed lanes and will add access slips along the primary route and main freeway serving Atlanta’s downtown metropolitan cities of Marietta, Kennesaw, and Acworth and several other communities in Cobb and Cherokee counties. These roads also serve as a major thoroughfare for interstate travel and freight trucking.

Everyone hates gridlock. Rising traffic congestion is an inescapable condition, especially in large and growing metropolitan areas such as Marietta. But experience shows widening road capacity to already overloaded existing roads widens the risk for more car accidents.

Being part of a larger south metro transportation network allows for more cars to weave unpredictable at high speeds.  The number of car accidents in Marietta will inevitably rise due to unsafe and erratic lane changing.

As one of the most trusted car accident attorneys in Marietta, I’ve learned through my many years of experience helping clients how injuries sustained from car accidents can forever change a person’s life.  If you have suffered life-altering or catastrophic injuries from a car accident within Marietta, preserving your dignity and your family’s financial security is my top priority. For a FREE consultation and review of your accident case, contact Kim Injury Law, P.C. today.