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Will the IRS Tax a Personal Injury Settlement in Louisiana?

As Benjamin Franklin once said, “Nothing is certain except death and taxes.” But the taxes that can or cannot be incurred by the IRS for a personal injury settlement in Louisiana is an uncertain, complicated issue and worth looking into for added financial protection. No one likes the financial burden of paying taxes – especially […]

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Truck Accidents

Will Insurance Cover an Entire Truck Accident Settlement – Understanding Commercial Truck Insurance Requirements

Truck accidents are notorious for causing debilitating and life-threatening injuries. Between inpatient care and medical treatment, accident victims can find themselves sinking further into debt while waiting for their insurance claim to settle. Hurt individuals and families depend on truck accident settlements for reimbursement. If a claim payout cannot cover expenses, injured persons can suffer […]

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Car Accidents

Summertime And DUI Accidents – Holidays to Watch Out For This Season

Summer is the season for kicking back a few cold ones on a hot day with friends. It is also the time of year when more of those partaking in alcoholic beverages decide to get behind the wheel and are involved in Driving Under the Influence (DUI) car accidents, which is not a fun fact.  […]

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Car Accidents

Who is At-Fault When an Autonomous Vehicle Feature Causes a Crash?

In March, the trial of 46-year-old Rafaela Vasquez began in Maricopa County Superior Court. Four years ago, Vasquez worked as a safety driver for Uber’s autonomous test cars in Tempe, Arizona. She has pleaded not guilty to negligent homicide after the self-driving car she oversaw struck and killed Elaine Herzberg, a 49-year-old pedestrian. Vasquez was […]

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Car Accidents

Your Uber or Lyft Driver Got Into an Accident: Do You Sue the Rideshare Company?

Will Good does not remember much about that early April morning last year. He remembers requesting an Uber to take him home from the restaurant where he worked as a chef in Boston, Massachusetts. After working a 14-hour shift, he was exhausted. He recalls the Uber driver, Jonas Yohou, speeding down the street, swerving through […]

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Car Accidents

A Blown-Out Truck Tire Caused a Car Accident – Who is At-Fault?

Our society depends on the commercial trucking industry to move clothing, food, and other merchandise around the country safely and quickly. Large trucks share the roads with passenger cars every day without incident, and most of us do not think about these huge vehicles very often as we go about our daily drives.  But when […]

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Car Accidents

Staying Safe During Spring Break On Louisiana Roadways

Spring break has long been a time that families plan to take their vacations. It signals the end of winter and many are by that time ready for some sun and fun. This may be especially true after the last couple of years as people have been cooped up and are looking forward to a […]

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Car Accidents

How Does Daylight Saving Time Affect Car Accident Rates?

For many people, daylight saving means losing an hour in the spring and having to remember to reset clocks and timers. Most people adjust to the time change fairly quickly and do enjoy the extra hour of light on warm summer evenings. But the bi-annual time change can be a much bigger problem for some […]

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Truck Accidents

Can You Be Blamed For A Truck Crash If You Were In The Truck’s Blind Spot?

Driving a big tractor-trailer truck – what we usually think of as a semi – takes some different driving skills than driving a passenger car. These trucks are much taller, longer, and heavier than most other vehicles on the road. Truck drivers have to take into consideration the differences between their trucks and the rest […]

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Car Accidents

Common Types of Evidence Used in Car Accident Claims

When someone is involved in a car accident, they are temporarily unable to think clearly. Most of us are in shock in the immediate aftermath of an accident and may not know what we should be doing next. The chaos at the scene is complicated with first responders and law enforcement showing up and there […]

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