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Posted in Truck Accidents on January 3, 2021

7 Things You Must Do if You’re Injured in a Truck Accident

When a truck crashes into your car while you’re driving in Louisiana, the outcome is often predictable. With few exceptions, trucks cause extensive damage to smaller vehicles. Occupants often sustain serious or catastrophic injuries. Truckers frequently walk away with minor
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Posted in Car Accidents, Distracted Driving, Drunk Driving Accidents, Impaired Driving, Truck Accidents on July 20, 2020

Seven Common Causes of Accidents in New Orleans

Car accidents do not happen without an intervening factor. Human behavior is typically responsible for an accident occurring, although sometimes there are other factors at play. Louisiana has 3,425,435 licensed drivers and hosts 53.1 million annual visitors which means car
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Posted in Car Accidents, Car Insurance Claims, Truck Accidents on July 6, 2020

10 Most Important Steps to Follow When Filing a Car Accident Claim in Louisiana

Accidents don’t just happen to other people. In fact, the average a driver in the United States has a 30 percent chance of being involved in a car accident. When you are in a car accident in Louisiana, you need
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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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