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October 2012 Archives

Flood Insurance CLaim Proof of Loss

The National Flood Insurance Program, administered by FEMA, on October 23, 2012 extended the deadline for filing Proof of Loss forms for claims associated with Hurricane Isaac for 30 days.  See the official notice here NFIP

One dead, one injured in latest Louisiana car accident

The Tangiopahoa Parish Sheriff's Office reported a two car crash on October 18. The accident occurred in Hammond, Louisiana, just north of New Orleans. One person was killed in the accident while another victim was airlifted to a hospital in New Orleans. The condition of the second victim was not immediately known.

New Orleans woman, man who assisted her both die in car crash

Losing a loved one in a sudden and fatal car accident is not only difficult to accept, but also places an emotional and financial burden on family members. Even though nothing can replace the loss of a loved one, filing a wrongful death claim to hold the inattentive or reckless driver accountable may ease the emotional and financial burdens caused by the incident.

Fatal accidents can be avoided if drivers remain attentive

In the last week alone several fatal car accidents have occurred in a Louisiana town. According to highway troopers, each of these wrecks may have involved inattentiveness and could have been avoided if drivers had remained aware of their surroundings as well as changing road conditions. They reminded drivers to follow the rules of the road, including traveling at the legal speed limit and not driving beyond their vehicle's capabilities.

Inattentiveness suspected in Louisiana crash, infant dies

As many people may already realize, a distracted driver is a dangerous driver. This realization was highlighted in a recent case of suspected driver inattentiveness that caused a fatal car wreck in Louisiana.