It can happen in an instant. One moment a Louisiana resident is walking down an aisle or sidewalk and the next moment that same individual is lying injured on the ground. Slip-and-fall accidents can happen for a variety of reasons some of which may need to be addressed through a personal injury claim.
Because motor vehicles are such an integral part of people's lives, it may be easy to forget how much damage an accident can cause. However, because of how easy an accident can occur and the amount of harm one can inflict, it is imperative that all drivers remain vigilant at all times. Unfortunately, a recent car accident in Louisiana left two people dead.
A woman is behind bars on what is allegedly her fourth DWI arrest. She is facing several criminal charges in addition to the drunk driving charge, including speeding, resisting arrest and child endangerment. Her daughter was apparently in the vehicle at the time of her arrest.
Auto collisions happen every day in the state of Louisiana. Most of them are minor fender-benders, but some leave those involved with moderate to significant injuries. Following a car crash with injuries, victims may be entitled to seek compensation for their losses. The state allows for the recovery of certain economic and non-economic damages.
Parenting after a divorce is a difficult undertaking because you have to think about what's best for the children, and this is sometimes the direct opposite of what you feel is in your best interests. One thing that may fall under this category is helping your children have a meaningful relationship with the other parent.
On Wednesday, April 15, police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, arrested an individual they believe has been dealing drugs. He is currently facing various drug charges that carry significant penalties if prosecuting attorneys are able to achieve a conviction. As the accused has a lot on the line, he would likely benefit from the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney when he goes to trial.