It is not always obvious who may be responsible for an accident in which you may be involved. This is particularly true if you are involved in car accidents with employees, who are acting in the course of their employment or using company vehicles.
There are many requirements that a Louisianan must satisfy in order to get a driver's license. Most requirements are common knowledge: an individual must be at least 16-years-old, and the new driver must pass both a written test and an actual driving test. Other requirements are perhaps less obvious, but consistent with the greater purpose of all of the requirements, which is to help prevent against car accidents.
Louisianans probably do not try to predict if and when they will be in involved in an accident. It is even more unlikely that they imagine that they might be involved in two car accidents in a given day. Still, nothing is impossible and being ready to respond to such unbelievable possibilities is essential.
Trucks serve an important purpose in Louisiana. They cheaply move large amounts of goods all over the state. Because of trucks, clothes, food and gas are delivered even to the most remote parts of the country. Despite their importance, trucks can also be menacing, especially when truck drivers do not devote their full attention to the road. Even the smallest mistake by a semi truck driver can cause a serious accidents that results in injuries or death.