The law of Louisiana requires a motorist involved in a car accident to stay at the scene until authorities give permission to leave. Failure to do so often makes a bad situation worse for a driver deemed to be at fault in a crash. An investigation into an alleged hit-and-run in Livingston Parish, Louisiana, began very early Saturday morning and resulted in the arrest of a 30-year-old woman believed to be the driver of a vehicle that crashed into a motorcycle, leaving its operator dead and his passenger injured.
Louisiana residents like you who get into a crash with an 18-wheeler or other commercial truck have the odds stacked against you. A truck driver will have the backing of their entire company, and they will often pull out all the stops to avoid taking a huge financial hit. McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton, injury attorneys, are here to help you stand against them.
As a Louisiana resident who has been involved in a dangerous car accident, there are many injuries you could face. Traumatic brain injuries are just one of them. At McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton, we strive to help you through this difficult post-accident period as you recover.
There are many reasons why teen drivers have the highest record of accidents on roadways in the country. Part of it is simply inexperience. However, according to the Daily Advertiser, in Louisiana, one of the main reasons for teen driving issues is due to parents not ensuring their children drive safe and follow all the laws.
Underinsured and uninsured motorist insurance could handle your costs, even if someone responsible for your injuries during an accident did not carry adequate coverage. It could also help you if the other driver had no insurance at all.
Many safety awareness topics are introduced when the timing is most relevant. At the law offices of McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton, we know this is especially true when it comes to numerous types of motor vehicle accidents. You and other Louisiana residents may be planning to travel over Thanksgiving and during the upcoming holiday season, which is a prime time for drowsy driving accidents.
It is never easy to lose a loved one, but family members of Louisianans killed in car accidents know that it is one of the most difficult ways to lose someone. Car accidents can happen without warning, no one is immune to their effects and they can kill young and old alike.
Every time you take to the Louisiana roadway, you assume at least some level of risk, but the risks associated with navigating the state’s roadways compound when you have to share the road with inattentive or inexperienced drivers. Millennial motorists, in particular, often get a bad rap for being highway hazards, but just how accurate is this depiction?
Louisiana construction workers like you often work around the clock in potentially dangerous conditions. Those who work at night face increased hazards as well. Here are a few of the most common issues that you might run into if you're a construction worker with a graveyard shift.
Working on construction sites in Louisiana pose a number of unique dangers. These issues can be amplified even further in the dark. This is why it's so important for construction sites to have strong safety guidelines that are strictly enforced and followed. Here are a few other ways to help cut down on construction site accidents and mishaps.