One Louisiana man is dead and another injured after a head-on collision. The deceased driver was ejected from his car in the accident. Car accidents in which drivers or passengers are ejected from the motor vehicle are unfortunately not unusual. Individuals who suffer injuries in such car crashes can usually file lawsuits to recover for the damages that result from them, but much depends on the specific facts of the case.
A Louisiana woman recently walked away with only minor injuries after a train hit the truck in which she was driving. Car accidents involving collisions with trains typically do not end with such little damage. When they do, however, it is important for individuals living in Louisiana to be familiar with the law as it relates to train accidents so that they can maximize their recoveries.
A teenage boy recently hit by a truck while riding his bike has died at the hospital from the injuries he sustained in the accident. The Louisiana boy was struck by a Dodge pickup when he crossed over into an oncoming lane of traffic. The car accident resulted in the boy being ejected from the bike and suffered serious injuries that led to his death four days later. The driver of the pickup truck submitted to a breath test and was over the legal limit of 0.08. He has been charged with DWI and police said other charges could be pending.
All too often, Louisiana residents get a reminder that their roads can be deadly. Recently, a 21-year-old Louisiana man was killed after a truck hit the car he was driving.