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Personal injury accident leads to at least 2 injuries

A motor vehicle accident recently led to at least two injuries in Louisiana. The personal injury accident occurred on a Thursday. It took place in the early morning hours and led to the closing of a bridge between two cities for more than an hour in both directions.

Fatal accident may lead to wrongful death claim

A wreck involving three vehicles recently caused the deaths of three individuals in Louisiana, leaving their grieving loved ones to question how such a tragedy could have happened. The accident took place along Louisiana 1082. Police said it is likely that alcohol and speed contributed to the accident, which is typically sufficient to constitute grounds for a wrongful death claim.

Distracted Driving Has Already Injured Hundreds in Louisiana in 2016

Despite widespread education and law enforcement efforts, distracted driving is an increasing problem in New Orleans and throughout the country. It seems that some motorists just don't care that driver distraction can be just as dangerous as drunk driving.

Why is having uninsured motorist insurance important?

The thing about car accidents is that you don't know when they are going to happen and you don't know how much injury you will suffer or how much damage your vehicle might take. Another thing that you don't know until after a car accident happens is whether the other driver is insured or not. This is a big deal if it happens that the other driver was responsible.

What is balanced billing and why should you be concerned?

Do you have health insurance, AND you were involved in an accident, like a motor vehicle collision, caused by someone else? If so, you may find yourself in the position that some people find themselves in - getting billed by the hospital for the entire bill, and where the hospital for some reason is not putting your bill through your health insurance. Why won't the hospital take your insurance? 

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