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Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries in New Orleans

Motorcycle accidents are particularly horrific. The rider has little to no protection in case of a collision with another vehicle or a stationary object on the side of the road. Many motorcycle accident victims suffer catastrophic injuries, especially those who were not wearing a helmet, despite the fact that helmet wearing is compulsory under Louisiana […]

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Motorcycle crash caused by poorly maintained roads in New Orleans

Riding a motorcycle in any state can be dangerous. However, it’s particularly risky in Louisiana. The major reason for the increased number of motorcycle accidents in the state is due to poor road conditions.  Like any motorist, motorcyclists have a duty to take care when operating their motorcycles, and watch out for obvious road damage […]

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3 Reasons You Need a Lawyer After a Motorcycle Accident in Louisiana

Riding a motorcycle is one of the most freeing and enjoyable experiences one can have on the road. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most dangerous. According to the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration (NHTSA), there were over 48,000 motorcycle fatalities from 2008 to 2017, and the NHTSA estimates that over 88,000 people are […]

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You’ve Been Involved in a Motorcycle Accident: Now What?

Motorcycle accidents can be one of the most frightening and sudden events in someone’s life. Without warning and in the blink of an eye, you can find yourself struggling to comprehend what had just happened. This experience can be even worse when you’re on a motorcycle with little to no protection beyond a helmet or […]

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Louisiana Motorcycle Safety: What You Need to Know About the Law

Though Louisiana law mandates automobile drivers wear a seat belt, motorcyclists can get ride without a seat belt, air bag and some other forms of protection found in traditional vehicles.  This is just one of the many idiosyncrasies of Louisiana’s traffic laws that seem a bit hypocritical on the surface. Riding a motorcycle is an […]

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