Legal News Updates
Asbestos in Soil: When Should You Worry?
Although asbestos has been banned as a component to be put into newly manufactured products, it is still prevalent and very dangerous. It is true that laws passed in the 1980s to protect construction workers and other members of the public from asbestos exposure have greatly reduced the risk and incidence of cancer related to… Read More
New Technologies Aim to Prevent Distracted Driving
Distracted driving remains a major cause of car accidents, and laws can only do so much to prevent it. Louisiana law prohibits the use of cell phones while the car’s engine is on and the car is in any gear other than park, unless you are using the phone to call for help in an… Read More
Autonomous Vehicles and Louisiana Car Accident Lawsuits
Perhaps when you were a teenager learning to drive, you used to practice driving your dad’s old pickup truck or your grandma’s old station wagon on country roads. Operating old cars required a certain technique to operate each part, when to shift gears on the automatic transmission, how hard to turn the steering wheel, what… Read More
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