August 2014 Archives

Louisiana car accident causes serious injuries

Driving after dark is unlike driving during the daylight hours. Most Louisiana drivers already know that the landscape and known landmarks look quite different at night. Whether it is due to low light levels or glare caused by car headlights, driving at night presents a multitude of potential dangers. Any of these issues has the potential to cause a serious or fatal car accident.

Pedestrian killed on Interstate 10 in hit-and-run car accident

There are many methods of transportation in today’s world. Everything from cars and trucks to motorcycles are used to get around town. Where as many Louisiana residents most likely and probably prefer the aforementioned methods, some people may still use a bicycle or even walk on city streets or along the highway, which can sometimes lead to a serious or fatal car accident.

Louisiana man arrested in connection with car accident death

Numerous stories appear in the media here in Louisiana on a fairly consistent basis regarding accidents in which someone is injured. The injuries suffered by those involved vary from minor to fatal. In many cases, when there is a car accident death, the driver deemed responsible faces criminal charges.

Louisiana car accident claims the life of an unidentified man

Curiously, a driver involved in a collision on Interstate 10 reportedly refused to provide police any information regarding the identity of his passenger. At last report, the Louisiana State Police had not yet discovered who the man was. In the meantime, troopers took the driver into custody and booked him on charges of vehicular homicide along with several other charges in connection with the car accident.

Will wrongful death claim result from car accident death?

In only takes mere seconds for something to go wrong when driving a vehicle. Each year, many drivers and passengers lose their lives in accidents on Louisiana roadways. Not every car accident death results in a wrongful death claim, but many do.

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