Residents of Louisiana who have been involved in car accident may find themselves facing back pain, injury, or trauma. Unfortunately, the neck and back are two areas that often suffer the most damage during a crash, and the damage that's done can cause long-lasting pain and even disability for long periods of the sufferer's life.
Louisiana drivers have the responsibility to drive safely. This includes not getting behind the wheel when they are under the influence of alcohol. Unfortunately, many teenagers are not listening to the warnings and obvious risks of drinking and driving. According to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, thousands of teens are dying due to driving while impaired each year.
If you have been annoyed with other drivers while navigating through traffic, you are not alone. Research published by AAA reported that as many as 80 percent of drivers in Louisiana and throughout the nation have admitted to experiencing anger while driving. Although this may be somewhat normal to become annoyed while stuck in traffic, aggressive driving involves dangerous behaviors that puts the lives of others in danger. Aggressive drivers have a disregard for other motorists’ safety, as well as their own.