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September 2019 Archives

Does the FDA care about the safety of medical devices?

Seeking necessary medical care can be stressful, but it is an important part of living a long, healthy life. You understand this, which is why you went to your doctor when you were experiencing health issues. Unfortunately, it is possible that you are suffering even more after treatment. Many medical devices that are currently on the market are not as safe as many companies and medical professionals claim.

Trucking company owners sentenced for safety violation scheme

While traversing Louisiana highways, motorists are required to share the roads with numerous commercial vehicles. The majority of commercial transportation companies strive to ensure that they are operating in compliance with all federal and state safety regulations. Unfortunately, there are sometimes cases where the owner of a trucking company seeks to skirt the laws in an attempt to keep unsafe vehicles in operation.

Take these steps after a car accident to preserve your rights

No matter how carefully one drives, there is no way to ensure that one can avoid a traffic accident. Unfortunately, with the prevalence of distractions, getting caught up in a car accident may be a matter of time. When these terrible events occur, it is likely that the parties involved will be disoriented and confused as to how to proceed. When a Louisiana crash occurs, there are steps that can help ensure that one gets through the ordeal with their rights intact.

Group aligns with tech company to reduce drunk driving accidents

Mothers Against Drunk Driving is a nonprofit organization that has advocated for years for tougher laws to help prevent further loss of life in senseless car crashes. Though it has entered into partnerships with various agencies to help educate drivers about the dangers of impaired driving, many Louisiana families have continued to experience the heartbreaking loss of loved ones to drunk driving accidents. Recently, the group announced a new partnership that may provide potential answers to the problem.

Louisiana working to eliminate distracted driving accidents

With the beginning of a new school year, Louisiana officials are hoping to get the word out about the need for motorists to be especially aware when approaching school zones. With school is in session, there is a significant increase in both pedestrian and vehicle traffic. It is the goal of state officials to eliminate the danger of students becoming victims of distracted driving accidents.

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