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August 2018 Archives

What types of injury are most common in crashes?

As a Louisiana resident who has recently gotten involved in a car crash, you may be facing injuries. The type of injuries you deal with will usually depend on several factors, including how fast you were traveling, how big the other vehicle is, and where your car was hit. 

State closes freeway after truck accident

People who live in the southern part of Louisiana know just how important of a thoroughfare Interstate 10 is. They also know that this type of freeway is not likely to be closed for anything other than something very, very serious. Apparently something quite severe did take place recently as the Louisiana State Police shut down the entire stretch of I-10 that connects Lafayette to Baton Rouge in both directions.

New report exposes radiology errors

People in Louisiana who undergo diagnostic medical tests should be able to trust that the results they receive are accurate. This is true whether the tests are performed as part of a routine screening, such as with a mammogram, or in response to concerns that a problem is present. A report released recently suggests that patients should not be too quick to believe that what they are told after receiving results is actually true.

How does a brain injury impact your memory?

Louisiana residents who were involved in a crash that resulted in some form of brain injury may suffer from a number of side effects. One of the more common side effects involve issues with your memory. Both short and long term memory can be affected, and it can have a big impact on your life.

Keep people and pets safe in the car

Many Lousiana residents may enjoy taking their pet with them when they run errands. Sometimes pets can distract drivers, though, and people may not always consider what will happen if they are involved in a collision when their dog is in the car. It is important for people to take precautions to ensure both they and their pets are safe in a crash.

Ways for truckers to avoid distractions

Louisiana residents likely understand that their cellphone can be a distraction behind the wheel. However, they may not realize that other activities can take their attention off the road. While distracted driving can be dangerous for anyone, it can be especially hazardous for truckers.

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