When buying 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 coverage 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”
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”
Motorcycles and bicycles are great ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Riders can explore the open road and enjoy the rush these activities offer.
Our home state is a beautiful place to ride. You can visit the south to enjoy Louisiana’s miles of coastline or head north and take in the beauty of our parks and national forests. But riding doesn’t come without risk. These hobbies require the ability to react quickly in sticky situations.
Wherever you choose to ride, we at Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson L.L.C. want you to have fun. To help you stay safe, we’re covering some of the causes of biking injuries. We’ve also come up with some tips for new riders as well as general safety tips. Continue reading “Bike Riding Safety Tips”
At one point in your life, you’ve suffered some kind of injury. It wasn’t a fun experience but you healed and got back to your daily routine in no time.
We hope these are the only kind of injuries we suffer; the kind that doesn’t have a lasting effect on who we are. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.
The worst impact an injury can have is stripping someone of their mobility, leaving them unable to move certain parts or walk at all. Continue reading “The Basics of Mobility Loss”