The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines aggressive driving as “the operation of a motor vehicle in a manner that endangers or is likely to endanger persons or property.”
When you hear the term “foul weather” or “poor road conditions,” what comes to mind? Depending on where you live, you might think of torrential downpours or massive snowdrifts, but chances are fog is not at the top of your list.
According to WAFB, a tragic head-on collision that was entirely preventable resulted in two fatalities late last month. The crash, which involved a motorcycle and a 2017 Nissan Versa, occurred on Highway 74 in Gonzales.
If Louisiana locals know how to do anything, it’s throw an amazing parade. On March 17, you can check out St. Patrick’s Day parades throughout the entire state, but one of the best will be right here in Baton Rouge.
If you’ve ever had to file an insurance claim, you probably know that the process is anything but simple. Unfortunately, insurance adjusters and claimants have opposing goals, and since adjusters are the ones with negotiating experience, they often win out in the end.
Louisiana has the second-highest car insurance rates in the country, which has made uninsured driving an epidemic in our state. Although everyone wants to reduce their monthly expenses, driving without insurance simply is not worth the risk. In addition to potential fines and jail time, uninsured drivers have to cover any damages they cause in […]