July 2017 Archives

What if a drug you are taking has been recalled?

You have likely heard horror stories about people dying or suffering serious injuries after taking contaminated drugs. Your fear, then, is well-founded after hearing that a drug you have been taking has been recalled. Whether you purchased it over the counter at a pharmacy in Baton Rouge or it was prescribed by your doctor, defective drugs can present significant dangers. So what should you do when you find out about a recall?

Older truck drivers see increase in crashes

In Louisiana and across the country, accidents involving commercial trucks can be deadly. With heavy trucks traveling at high speeds, it might be a surprise to learn that big rig drivers are growing steadily older, making some worry about how safe that makes the roads.

It may be time to add a UIM policy to your car insurance

Imagine driving to work along the same route through Baton Rouge you always take, when suddenly, out of nowhere, another car runs a stop sign and plows right into your driver's side door. You suffered a broken arm and several other injuries, so you allowed the ambulance to take you to the hospital for treatment.

Medical malpractice: a hidden killer

It is often easy to forget that doctors and other medical workers are only human. The mistakes made, however, can lead to permanent and traumatic circumstances. Medical malpractice in Louisiana is an under-recognized and under-discussed topic. This is largely due to the lack of a method to collect information on incidents, thus resulting in a negligence of reporting cases.

More parents admitting to distracted driving

When one thinks of a distracted driver, it is easy to think about a young driver who is fixated on the texts coming in on their phone, even if they are driving down the highway at 65 miles-per-hour or driving down a busy street. However, distracted drivers in Louisiana come in all ages and drive many different types of vehicles, from compact cars to semi-trucks.

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