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May 2015 Archives

Charges are pending in car accident death on U.S. 171

Drivers who are deemed responsible for crashes on the state's roadways are typically held responsible for their actions. When Louisiana State Police troopers investigate an accident, they are not only attempting to ascertain what happened. They are also attempting to determine whether the actions of any of the drivers involved -- or another party -- could be considered criminal, especially if the incident involved a car accident death.

Man and woman in critical condition after motorcycle accident

Every decision a Louisiana driver makes can have serious consequences. For instance, the decision to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after drinking can put the lives of everyone on the road in danger and cause a horrific automobile or motorcycle accident. Unsuspecting motorists and their passengers could suffer life-altering injuries, or even death, at the hands of someone who should not even be driving.

Some drivers do not want to take responsibility in car crashes

When Louisiana drivers make mistakes behind the wheel, accidents can happen. In most cases, drivers are willing to take responsibility -- and not break the law -- by remaining at the scene. However, drivers in some car crashes believe that if they drive away, they will not have to face the repercussions. They do not consider the fact that if they are discovered, the consequences could be far more severe.

Car accident involving police officers injures 2 civilians

High-speed police chases can quickly become dangerous for not only the suspect and police involved, but for any Louisiana residents who happen to be on the roadways at the time. It is the responsibility of law enforcement officials to safeguard the public during these pursuits. When they fail to do so, a car accident is often the result.