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Tire Blow Outs & Louisiana Car Accidents

With summer just around the corner, many families will be hitting the road for summer activities and vacations. But this time of year, also puts you at greater risk of being in an accident. This is not just because there are more cars on the road, but because hot weather increases your and other drivers’ […]

, , , | Posted: May 20, 2018


Useful Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media After Your Accident

Car accidents can be big events in your life. That can make it tempting at times to share the news on social media. Before you start posting updates about your wreck, consult an accident lawyer in New Orleans to make sure you are not hurting your case. There are several social media mistakes people make […]

, , , | Posted: May 16, 2018


Another Boat Crashed into Me. Can a Louisiana Maritime Lawyer Help?

There are rules of the water for vessels just as there are rules of the road for automobiles. Unfortunately, plenty of boaters drink copious amounts of alcohol and/or use drugs while on the water. Some boaters are simply reckless thrill-seekers with no regard for the rule of law or the well-being of others. You are […]

| Posted: May 14, 2018


What to Do When Your Mom is Injured in New Orleans

Personal injuries aren’t location-specific. You can have an auto accident or slip and fall anywhere in the world. If a friend or relative – your mother, for example – is injured in New Orleans, what can you do to help? When you or a loved one suffer a personal injury in New Orleans, you need […]

| Posted: May 10, 2018


Is there a ‘Move Over’ Law in Louisiana?

Louisiana state law mandates drivers change lanes when approaching stationary vehicles displaying flashing lights. These could be police vehicles, emergency vehicles, or tow trucks. The law also states the driver should reduce their speed if it is not possible to change lanes. This is to provide the operator of the stationary vehicle with space. This […]

, , , | Posted: May 6, 2018