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Symptoms of a Head Injury after a Car Accident

By royinjurylaw |

Car accidents happen, often without warning. Any kind of injury can happen in a car accident, and they often do. However, head injuries are one of the most common types of injuries. These injuries can cause severe damage and have the potential to severely lower an individual’s quality of life, or even prove fatal…. Read More »

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Understanding the Increase in Truck Accident Fatalities

Understanding the Increase in Truck Accident Fatalities

By royinjurylaw |

Accidents involving big trucks have always been dangerous, but over the last few years, fatalities involving semi-trucks have increased at an unprecedented level. Trucking fatalities have increased at a rate almost three times the rate of fatal crashes in general. According to the federal government, more than 4,300 people were killed nationwide in 2016… Read More »

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What to Do If You Get a Concussion in a Car Accident

What to Do If You Get a Concussion in a Car Accident

By royinjurylaw |

Concussions are some of the most common car accident injuries. A concussion occurs when the head is jerked extremely quickly by some strong force (such as a car accident), causing the brain to impact the inside of the skull. A light concussion can often be treated with a couple of days of bed rest,… Read More »

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Louisiana Cracks down on Drunk Drivers—Will It Prevent Car Accidents?

Louisiana Cracks down on Drunk Drivers—Will It Prevent Car Accidents?

By royinjurylaw |

More than 200 people lose their lives in alcohol-related crashes every year in Louisiana. These accidents are tragic for several reasons, one of which is that they are entirely preventable. While the number of drunk driving fatalities has decreased in both the U.S. and Louisiana over recent years, it’s important for us to remember… Read More »

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Is Louisiana One of the Least Safe States in the U.S.?

Is Louisiana One of the Least Safe States in the U.S.?

By royinjurylaw |

With a glance at the headlines, it’s easy to come away with the impression that the world we live in is full of danger. Between the mass shootings, hurricanes, and volcanic eruptions in the news lately, it’s easy to think no place is safe. That’s why WalletHub conducted a survey that ranked all 50… Read More »

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Have a Safe 4th of July with These Safety Tips

Have a Safe 4th of July with These Safety Tips

By royinjurylaw |

On the Fourth of July, millions of Americans across the country gather to celebrate the birth of the United States as an independent country. And as we all know, one of the ways we love to celebrate Independence Day is to light off fireworks and make a lot of light and sound. It’s a… Read More »

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Should Flyers Avoid This Airline?

Should Flyers Avoid This Airline?

By royinjurylaw |

Allegiant Air is a small carrier based in Las Vegas. With its 99 planes, Allegiant carried 12 million passengers last year, ranging the country from California to Florida. With its ultra-low-cost flights and pedal-to-the-metal business strategy, Allegiant has shown a profit for 60 quarters in a row. As of now, there have been no… Read More »

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In Louisiana, Distracted Driving Is Also Bad for Your Wallet

In Louisiana, Distracted Driving Is Also Bad for Your Wallet

By royinjurylaw |

We all know that distracted driving is a major cause of accidents. That’s why 47 states have laws on the books against texting while driving—all but Arizona, Missouri, and Montana have outlawed it. But what you may not know, or at least what you may not think about, is that texting while driving steadily… Read More »

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Did Uber Reach Too Far in Self-Driving Car Initiative?

Did Uber Reach Too Far in Self-Driving Car Initiative?

By royinjurylaw |

Elaine Herzberg, a 49-year-old resident of Tempe, Arizona, was struck and killed by a self-driving Uber Volvo XC90 SUV on March 18, 2018. She was hit while walking her bike across the street. The SUV that hit her was travelling at 40 miles per hour in a 35 mile per hour zone. Early indications… Read More »

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Louisiana Scores High in Recent Road Law Safety Ranking

By royinjurylaw |

Louisiana received a green rating on a recent evaluation from the Advocates for Highway & Auto Safety, ranking the state as one of the best of the country in terms of road laws passed. The six states (along with the District of Columbia) that were given the green rating “must have 11 to 16… Read More »

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