As the national number of high school football players decreases, states like Louisiana are actually seeing an increase in high school football participation.
Since 2014, nationwide participation in high school football dropped 2.3 percent; in Louisiana, however, participation reached an all-time high in 2015. Continue reading “Louisiana HS Football Participation Increases While National Numbers Decline”
Taking on a corporation to receive compensation for an injury is as intimidating as it gets. Pharmaceutical and consumer product companies seem to have an endless supply of resources to suppress and dismiss individual cases.
So, what are people supposed to do if they’ve legitimately suffered harm?
Class actions and mass torts are common procedural actions used to implement corporate change or discipline on behalf of large groups of victims. In theory, these actions help expedite court cases and ensure individual victims receive fair representation.
While class action and mass tort are often used interchangeably, they are not the same type of procedural action, and they serve very different functions for individual victims. Continue reading “The Difference Between Mass Tort and Class Action Lawsuits”
In 2016, 509 recreational boaters drowned in the US; 404 of those people were not wearing a personal flotation device (PDF), commonly called a life jacket.
Use this guide to ensure all seafaring passengers wear the right life jacket for the right activity and conditions. Continue reading “Life Vest Safety Guide For Louisiana Boaters”
When purchasing car or motorcycle insurance, you have to know what coverage you need and what is required by state laws. To help make buying insurance easier, we’ve compiled some information on required and optional coverages for cars and motorcycles. Continue reading “Do You Have the Right Insurance?”
One of the biggest questions people have after an accident is, “what do I do now?” It can be very difficult to know where to start when you’re filing a personal injury claim if you’ve never done it before.
This article will help you file a claim by detailing what to do after an accident and what to expect in the days to come. Continue reading “How To Start A Personal Injury Claim”
Halloween Safety Tip #1
Make sure you’re trick or treating with friends or family members. There’s safety in numbers. Continue reading “Halloween Safety Tips”
The cellphone is one of the few gadgets that affects our day-to-day lives. We use it for traveling directions, communication, and entertainment. We’ve grown so attached to these devices, some suffer from “Nomophobia” an irrational fear of being out of mobile contact. Continue reading “Texting And Driving Statistics”
Burn injuries are the most common around the 4th of July holiday. Fireworks are a big part of 4th of July festivities and can be a ton of fun for the entire family. However, you must ensure you are being as safe as possible when handling fireworks. Take a look at these tips on how to stay safe this 4th of July!
How to Avoid Burn Injuries:
- Supervise children around fireworks at ALL times
- Keep your dogs in a safe place. Fireworks stress them out, and that can lead to injuries
- When lighting fireworks, always keep a bucket of water or fire extinguisher ready
- Make sure to stay away from dry grass when lighting fireworks
Maritime law, also known as admiralty law, is a body of law that is both domestic and international. It helps to facilitate commerce and create a common ground by which to judge offenses that occur at sea. Continue reading “Maritime Law 101”