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Pedestrian Kaycie Kidwell killed in Hit and Run Accident

Pedestrian Kaycie Kidwell killed in Hit and Run Accident Livingston Parish, LA (September 21, 2018)- On Wednesday of this week, an unidentified driver struck a Baton Rouge woman before leaving the scene of the accident. The hit-and-run took place south of Interstate 12, in Livingston Parish, at around 3am. According to authorities, 33-year-old Kaycie Kidwell […]

| Posted: September 21, 2018


Child Trespassers – Are You Liable For Injuries Under Louisiana Attractive Nuisance Doctrine

A couple of years ago, 5-year-old Renee Thompson drowned in a Metairie swimming pool in the backyard of an abandoned home. This tragic death sparked plenty of debate about who is responsible for the loss in such a terrible situation. Thompson passed away at a vacant home, yet some were quick to blame her parents […]

, | Posted: September 17, 2018


12 Car Accident Facts You Should Know as Louisiana Drivers

Getting behind the wheel seems more dangerous with each passing day even though automotive safety technology is improving. Drivers tend to focus on smartphones, music, navigation systems, conversations, and other distractions as opposed to the road. Some drivers are so distracted that they cannot be bothered to fasten their seat belt. It is unnerving to […]

, , | Posted: September 13, 2018


Common Causes of Bicycle Accidents

Common Causes of Bicycle Accidents According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 1,000 bicyclists died as a result of crashes with motor vehicles in the United States. Approximately 467,000 bicyclists experienced non-fatal injuries. Only one percent of all trips in the United States are made by bicycle, but bicyclists at a higher […]

, , , | Posted: September 10, 2018


10 Motorcycle Safety Myths to Ignore

Cruising on your motorcycle is exhilarating, but it can also be dangerous. Motorcycles are less stable, less visible, and provide less protection than enclosed vehicles. Motorcycle safety should always be your primary concern, but motorcycle safety myths can actually put you at greater risk. Common misconceptions and incorrect assumptions create myths that can be debunked […]

, , | Posted: September 5, 2018