The Takata airbag recall is still creating problems and hazards for drivers in Monroe. The recall began in 2014, but additional vehicles continue to be added every year. Published reports indicate that the initial recall was for 4200 cars. It has now been expanded to include 100 million vehicles, world-wide. [Read more…] about Recall creates hazards in Monroe
Insurance companies can exert tremendous pressure on crash victims to settle their claims immediately. Most accidents result in injury, property damage and a myriad of expenses that the victims simply cannot absorb. [Read more…] about Why wait to settle your accident claim
There are more than 4 million licensed drivers in the state of Louisiana. Shreveport is the third largest city, Monroe is eighth largest – so it stands to reason that there is a concentration of licensed drivers and motorists in these two cities. [Read more…] about Shreveport and Monroe – beautiful but accident prone
Road rage is rampant in our communities. Webster defines road rage as “violent anger caused by the stress and frustration involved in driving a motor vehicle in difficult conditions.” The trusted resource goes on to explain that the anger is usually provoked by another driver’s irritating action. [Read more…] about Anger and frustration on the roads
Motorcycles might be the most thrilling form of modern transport, but as they speed in and out of traffic, as if gridlock is something that happens only to other vehicles, riders must be acutely aware of the dangers they face. They are driving an inherently unstable vehicle and are utterly exposed to the elements.
Monroe and Ouachita Parish residents who ride motorcycles are vulnerable to a myriad of potentially life-threatening injuries. Even under the best possible circumstances, they can be difficult to see, and normal debris in the roadway creates particularly hazardous conditions for them.