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Posted in Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Truck Accidents, Wrongful death on June 9, 2020

Dangers of Potholes in New Orleans: Who Is Liable for Your Damages?

For most drivers, potholes and other road damage is a fact of life. Typically, drivers will do whatever is necessary to avoid potholes and other roadway damage. Drivers hope this will help keep their vehicles from being damaged. After all,
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Posted in Car Accidents, Distracted Driving, Drunk Driving Accidents, Impaired Driving, Truck Accidents on June 5, 2020

Who Is Liable in a New Orleans Rear-End Accident?

Rear-end collisions occur more often than any other type of crash in New Orleans, throughout Louisiana, and across the nation. The most recent data from the LSU Center for Analytics & Research in Transportation estimates more than 55,000 rear-end collisions
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Posted in Car Accidents, COVID-19, Distracted Driving, Truck Accidents on May 29, 2020

Bicycle Safety as New Orleans Residents Look for Ways to Explore the City During COVID-19

Many people are unaware that under Louisiana’s statutes, bicycles are classified as a vehicle per the Louisiana state legislature. Because of this, bicyclists have the same duties as well as the same rights all motorists have across the state including
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Posted in Truck Accidents on March 26, 2020

Truck Accidents in Louisiana: Facts and Statistics

Accidents with large vehicles like commercial trucks are incredibly dangerous and pose a high risk of devastating consequences. A number of factors create the dangerous situation surrounding commercial trucks, including their size and weight, the potential that they are carrying
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Posted in Truck Accidents on March 16, 2020

5 Tips to Help Maximize Your Truck Accident Settlement

Any vehicle on New Orleans roads can quickly find themselves in an accident. In fact, over 700 people die every year in Louisiana car accidents. This happens for many reasons and most are preventable, human error. This means that if
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