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Signs that a driver is under the influence

If you've been involved in a crash caused by a drunk driver, you're probably going to be looking for them everywhere as you get behind the wheel again. There are a lot of people driving under the influence this time of year. However, unfortunately, drunk and drugged drivers are a year-round problem on our roads.

Beware of drunk drivers during the holidays

With the holiday season here, people all around our area are going to be heading out to enjoy festivities. Unfortunately, some individuals are going to enjoy a few drinks and then think that they are able to drive home when the fact is that they are drunk. This can lead to serious accidents, especially when they are traveling along major thoroughfares like I-10.

Louisiana has higher than average rates of drunk drivers

There are many ways in which you can judge the risk of others driving drunk in a given state. You might compare the rates of drunk driving accidents per 100,000 registered drivers in the state to the national average or look at the state's number of successful impaired-driving criminal cases each year.

One of the biggest drunk driving holidays is around the corner

If you've already been the victim of a drunk driver, you're likely more aware than ever of the fact that numerous people get behind the wheel while they're under the influence. You may try to avoid being on the road late at night, on weekend evenings or at other times when people are more likely to be drinking. But, you may not realize that Thanksgiving is one of those times.

Victims can play a role in helping reduce drunk driving accidents

We hear about it all the time. A completely avoidable drunk driving accident has killed or severely injured yet another Louisiana victim. In the digital age, we all have fast access to accident reports and information about alcohol's effect on the body. So, why do people continue to drive while drunk?

Drunk driver kills one, hits house

Despite the fact that Louisiana residents are known in part for their love of festive celebrations, people who live in the South are also known to love their family and friends. Part of revering the people close to a person involves making wise and responsible decisions. This includes the decision to not drink if a person is going to drive, or to select to use a rideshare or other means of transportation if they wish to consume alcohol at a given event. 

6-vehicle crash kills Louisiana motorcyclist

Authorities suspect impairment in a six-vehicle crash that occurred approximately a week ago in Concordia Parish, Louisiana. The crash involved two cars and four motorcycles. One of the motorcyclists, a 22-year-old man, lost his life. The crash is still under investigation, and charges against one of the drivers are pending as law enforcement awaits the results of routine toxicology tests. 

Man admits to being drunk when hitting cyclists

For people in Louisiana, Mardi Gras parades are some of the most iconic events that represent the heart and soul of the local culture. These events can be enjoyed by a range of people and should be only causes for celebration but, sadly, it only takes one very selfish and irresponsible person to turn a joyous event into something tragic. That is precisely what happened at an Endymion Mardi Gras parade this year.

Louisiana DWI conviction rate far below national average

People who live in Louisiana know that the problems associated with drinking and driving continue to plague area roads and highways. Drivers who refuse to put away their keys if they choose to consume alcohol contribute to an unnecessary loss of life and inflict injuries and pain on innocent people simply out of their own selfishness and negligence. Unfortunately, it seems that the state has room to improve when it comes to cracking down on these drunk drivers.

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