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February 2012 Archives

Lacombe woman killed in 18-wheeler accident

A fatal accident claimed the life of an 86-year-old woman last week after her vehicle collided with an 18-wheeler on a highway in Lacombe, Louisiana. The driver of the 18-wheeler was arrested by Louisiana State Troopers for allegedly causing the accident by attempting to make an illegal U-turn on a curve. The woman suffered severe injuries as a result of the 18-wheeler accident and was pronounced dead at the scene. The out-of-state truck driver was unharmed.

Louisiana offshore worker suing oil platform owner over injuries

Working on boats or oil rigs is a difficult job that isn't for everyone. However, despite the best efforts of those who are tough enough to do the jobs, workplace injuries happen just like any other job site. However, workers like riggers, seamen and roustabouts expose themselves to danger on a regular basis during the course of performing their jobs.

Study finds organic brown rice syrup to be source of arsenic

Of all the contaminants that affect the food supply, one of the most frightening is arsenic. Even the word itself connotes poison, and even relatively small amounts of exposure may lead to greater incidence of heart disease and cancer. It is also a large source of worry for parents in Louisiana and elsewhere because it has been linked to lower levels of intellectual function among children.

Wrong-way driver on highway leads to deaths of five people

Sometimes tragedy can strike seemingly out of nowhere, leaving no answers but only questions in its wake. Many people in Laplace, Louisiana, and all around the state are wondering that today after an early morning fatal car accident on Interstate 10. A wrong-way driver caused a crash that led to the deaths of five people, including the driver.

Auto Insurance

Louisiana requires everyone to purchase automobile liability insurance for the cars they own.  This auto insurance pays for the damages caused by you if you are at fault for causing an accident.  However, you can purchase optional coverage called Uninsured Motorist Coverage, or UM, that will protect you if you are involved in an accident that is not your fault.