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Perry v. State Farm Fire and Cas. Co.

... [12] See Winters v. Reliance Standard Life Ins. Co., 209 Ga.App. 369, 370(2), 433 SE2d 363 (1993) (policy language insuring against losses resulting from "bodily injury caused by accident" insured against injury by accidental means). [13] (Footnote omitted.) Provident etc. Ins. ...

Snyder v. State

... Compare OCGA § 40-6-275(c) (drivers of vehicles involved in an accident with no apparent serious personal injury or death have a duty to remove the vehicles from the roadway); OCGA § 40-6-273 (driver of a vehicle involved in an accident resulting in injury to or the death of ...

Williams v. Whitfield County

... "[The plaintiff] was merely using the bumper of the van for placement of the vise, and the van itself was only remotely related to the accident." [17] We, therefore, concluded that the plaintiff's injury did not "`originate in'" or "`flow from' the use of the van as a motor vehicle." [18]. ...