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November 2019 Archives

Drunk driving car accidents continue to prove fatal

Though most people are on the road at least one day a week, there is no guarantee that they will always make it to their destinations. Car accidents happen on a regular basis, and unfortunately, far too many of them prove fatal. In fact, drunk drivers contribute to a number of those fatal incidents.

Workplace accidents: Workers electrocuted while hanging lights

During the holiday season, it is common for towns and cities in Louisiana and across the country to put up various decorations. Often, individuals can see sparkling lights hanging from buildings or strung from lamp post to lamp post to create a festive atmosphere. While bystanders may enjoy such views, the people who hang those decorations could be at risk of workplace accidents.

Commercial vehicle accidents continue to happen too often

Many people on Louisiana roadways feel uncomfortable when driving next to tractor-trailers. After all, these large vehicles can make it difficult for drivers to see, and when commercial vehicle accidents occur, the outcomes are often catastrophic. As a result, it is important to use extra caution when around these vehicles.

5 hazards common in hot work jobs

Many different types of job duties are necessary in the oil and gas industry. People who handle hot work are vital to these companies, but the individuals face serious hazards during the course of their shifts. Taking proper steps to ensure safety is critical so that these workers make it home safely at the end of their shift.

Fatal car accidents may warrant wrongful death claims

While many people enjoy driving, there are many others who do not think of it as an exciting activity. Of course, unexpected events on the road can happen at any time, including fatal car accidents. In some cases, those accidents are caused by drivers who fail to stay in the correct lane.

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