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Jefferson Parish Louisiana Accident

 

JEFFERSON PARISH LOUISIANA ACCIDENTThe Investigation continues into the early Sunday boating accident near Bayou Segnette which caused the death of at least one boater.  
 
The accident, is believed to have occurred around 4:00 AM on Sunday November 19th 2017 in Westwego, southwest of New Orleans and Authorities with Louisiana’s Wildlife and Fisheries have indicated the presence of at least 4 individuals occupying the vessel at the time of accident.
 
One of those passengers, a female, suffered fatal injuries as a result of the accident with her surviving shipmates being transported to local area hospitals for evaluation and treatment of their injuries following the accident.
 
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Louisiana Car Accident Lawsuit Lawyer

Louisiana Auto Accident Attorney Lawsuit Louisiana is among the states with the highest number of reported car crashes in the United States. On an average, the state witnesses over 400 accidents each day. On July 6, 2012, a roadway departure led to the death of two and injury to three passengers near Zwolle in Sabine Parish. Within hours a 49-year-old man was killed in a two-car collision in Westlake. Three days later, a deputy of Jefferson Parish sheriff was suspended for drunk driving that led to a Louisiana car crash. Next day, an 11-year-old girl died and two other children were hospitalized after the car they were traveling in went off the road and hit a tree. A car-SUV collision at Lacombe caused death of a 62-year-old man on July 25 evening while two teens died next morning in a single Louisiana car accident. On December 29, 2011, a stretch of I-10 near Michoud Boulevard in New Orleans east remained closed for 12 hours following a 40-car accident. Two persons died on the spot while the accident left 25 critically injured and 30 others with minor injuries.

Louisiana Auto Accident Statistics 

  • There were 147,543 Louisiana car accidents in 2010 leading to 721 deaths and about 68,800 injuries.
  • The average mileage fatality rate was 1.59. In rural areas, it is almost double than urban areas.
  • Drunk driving was responsible for 43 percent of all Louisiana car accident fatalities and about 9 percent of 42,449 crashes that resulted in one or more injuries.
  • About 58 percent of drivers and 65 percent of passengers killed did not use seat belts.
  • Drivers accounted for 65 percent of all car accident fatalities where 23 percent were passengers.
  • One in every 10 persons killed in Louisiana traffic crashes was a pedestrian.
  • The majority of fatal crashes occurred during evening and early hours of the day while afternoon hours saw maximum number of injury crashes.
  • Passenger cars accounted for 48 percent of all traffic crashes followed by pick-up trucks (22 percent).

Louisiana Auto Accident: Causes, Counties, Cities

DUI is the biggest issue in Louisiana. Of all crashes in 2010, about 43 percent are related to drunk driving. It was found that 285 of 306 alcohol-related crashes that year had alcohol in their blood. Single vehicles were found to be involved in 58 percent of fatal traffic accidents whereas 30 percent were due to speed. A large number of single vehicle accidents and high pedestrian causality are indicative of preponderance of driver error and distraction among important causes of Louisiana auto accidents. Head-on, rear-end, and interaction-related collisions comprise 70 percent of Louisiana traffic crashes involving more than one vehicle.

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