If the Atlanta car accident is determined to be your fault, then yes, your car insurance premiums will probably go up. If the accident is not found to be your fault, then your insurance rates will probably stay the same.   
 
However, there are some cases in which they might increase even if you were not liable for the accident.  For example, if you file several claims that were not your fault within a year's time, your insurance rate will probably go up, because the insurance company may see you as a reckless driver who does not drive defensively. But, if this is your first Georgia car crash and it is not your fault or you have not been involved in an accident for several years, then your insurance rate should remain unaffected.

 
If it seems that your insurance company is not treating you fairly, Georgia accident attorney Shane Smith can help.  Contact The Law Offices of Shane Smith at 770-HURT-999.

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