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When placing your safety in the hands of others proves harmful

There may be numerous benefits to using a ride share service for transportation. You can surf the web on your phone or carry on a conversation without worrying about the task at hand, and even avoid the overall stress of traffic entirely.

Stay away from drivers who appear lost in thought

If you've ever driven along a Louisiana road, then you probably came upon a motorist who didn't appear to be paying attention to the road at all. You may have worried that he or she would cause an accident. Your worry was definitely not in vain either, as many distracted drivers are causal factors in serious motor vehicle collisions. Hopefully, you happen to be a driver who is very cautious behind the wheel and tries at all times to obey all traffic laws, posted signs and safety regulations.

Guidance may help you avoid being up the creek without a paddle

With summer weather all around, countless individuals may take to the open waters for relaxation and fun. You might also be one of the many who enjoy the pleasures of recreational boating and leap at every chance you get to go. Unfortunately, there is also a certain level of risk involved in this means of transportation, especially if negligence is present.

Big trucks can cause big trouble in the Big Easy

The city of New Orleans boasts one of the nation's busiest ports, with ships coming and going every day. The millions of tons of cargo that arrives here each year leaves for distribution around the state and across the country. Whatever doesn't leave by rail, heads out on the roads.

Injured while a passenger in a rideshare vehicle?

You are ready to go out for a night on the town. Just so you don't have to worry about driving yourself, you order a car from a ride-share service. On your car ride home after a great evening with friends, it happens -- your ride-share driver gets into an accident, and you get hurt as a result. Now what?

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