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Trucks crash more because of these risks

When you head out for your morning commute, you don't want to see a truck driver who is weaving or driving dangerously. These drivers are supposed to have some of the best training, so they know how to handle their vehicles. Along with regulations put in place by the government, they should be driving safely and attentively at all times.

3 things 18-wheeler accident victims should know

Driving on I-10 in Lake Charles heading toward Lafayette or Houston is a dangerous ordeal. You have to drive near 18-wheelers, which is often a nail biting experience. Tractor-trailer accidents are often serious and can lead to severe injuries. Those injuries can lead to considerable medical expenses and other damages. You should consider these points regarding your injuries and the accident that caused them.

Woman indicted on fraud charges

No one wants to be accused of fraud, and it can come as a shock when you're accused after many years of service. That's what happened in this case involving a former employee of the Rapides Parish District Attorney's office. The former employee is facing charges for theft and has been indicted by a federal jury. According to a Jan. 30 report, the indictment went through with two counts of theft from a program receiving federal funds. The woman who was indicted had been an employee and bookkeeper at the District Attorney's office from October 1988 through October 2015. She resigned from the position in 2015.

You can fight for compensation after a playground injury

Playgrounds are supposed to be safe, but accidents can happen. If a child falls and hits his or her head, there's a potential for serious injuries to occur, just as there's a potential for broken bones or other wounds. Around 200,000 children end up in emergency rooms every year because of playground accidents. Another 15 children die each year because of playground equipment accidents.

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