Driving is something most people do almost every day. Because of how often we do it, it can be easy to forget just how demanding a task it is to operate a motor vehicle. We can also forget the fact that a car is a big, heavy machine capable of causing catastrophic damage.
We’re guessing at Simien & Simien that many Louisiana readers of our personal injury legal blogs don’t know what a so-called “ghost” helmet is, much less its poignant significance for a specific group of people.
When a commentator in a recent media piece states that consumers in Louisiana and nationally “can’t separate the lemons from the peaches,” he isn’t spotlighting a supermarket glitch in the produce section.
We note on our website at the established Baton Rouge personal injury law firm of Simien & Simien the many catalysts that cause motor vehicle accidents across Louisiana. Those centrally include these negligent-linked behaviors:
Some element of risk always attaches to daily life for busy individuals and families across the United States. The modern world is fast-paced and frenetic, with people always on the go.