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February 2020 Archives

Traffic fatalities are on the decline

Louisiana motorists might be pleased to learn that, for the second year in a row, traffic fatalities around the country have declined. According to estimates released by the National Safety Council, 38,800 people died in roadway accidents in 2019. This figure represents a 2% decline from the confirmed total in 2018 and a 4% decline from the number of fatalities in 2017.

Report: NHTSA needs to update crash tests and safety ratings

Louisiana residents may depend on the safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration when choosing what car to buy. The agency instituted the 5-star safety rating system in the 1990s, basing it on the New Car Assessment Program that it developed in the 1970s. Now, a leader in the development of that program released a report showing how the current rating system does not hold up under certain changes.

When things go wrong in hospitals, patients often suffer

When you go to a Louisiana hospital, you probably assume that the people who work there will provide quality care and appropriate treatment. Unfortunately, that does not always happen. Things can go wrong in hospitals, and when they do, innocent patients may suffer. This may be medical malpractice, and the repercussions can be quite serious.