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Car Accidents Archives

Most Common Car Injury Accidents

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration indicates that more than three million people are injured in car accidents annually. Car accidents obviously can't always be avoided. However, it can be helpful to be aware of the most common injuries that occur as a result of these kinds of accidents.

Who pays when you are rear-ended in Louisiana?

A rear-end collision usually occurs when the front end of a vehicle strikes the rear end of another vehicle. Although there may be an automatic assumption that the driver of the rear vehicle may be at fault, there are situations in which the driver of the front vehicle is responsible, at least in part, for the accident.

How can drivers stay safe in New Orleans' wet weather?

For much of the country this time of year, driving in the snow is a major challenge. However, here in New Orleans, snow is not nearly as much of a concern as rain, ice and flooded roads. Learning to drive safely in wet weather is not only a beneficial skill to have; it could potentially save a life.

Crash type categories and Louisiana car accidents

Local commuters are probably used to hearing traffic reports mentioning all types of crashes on Louisiana's roadways. Often, these accidents are described in various ways, being simple "fender-benders" without any serious damage to devastating multi-car pileups that claim the lives of multiple people. No matter what type of car accident happens in New Orleans, though, a skilled auto accident attorney can be of assistance.

What are the dangers of distracted driving?

Distracted driving presents a serious danger on the roadways. Every day in the United States greater than 1,100 victims are injured and 9 are killed in car accidents involving a distracted driver. Distracted driving increases the chance of a car accident. Distracted driving is considered engaging in activities that remove the driver's attention and focus from the roadway.