Integrity. Commitment. Results.

Blog Posts in July, 2016

Blog Home
  • DOTD Announces 10 Most Dangerous Intersections in Lafayette

    Posted By Duck Law Firm, LLC || 29-Jul-2016

    The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) is in charge of the state’s infrastructure needs and promoting safety on roadways and highways. As part of its continual work, it collects information regarding the most dangerous intersections per city. If you live in Lafayette, especially south of the 10, you should review this list of the top ten most dangerous ...
    Continue Reading
  • Louisiana Couple & Child Unharmed in Rollover Due to Seatbelts

    Posted By Duck Law Firm, LLC || 22-Jul-2016

    A young Louisiana couple are counting their lucky stars after they and the man’s infant daughter were able to walk away from a violent rollover accident completely unscathed. Luke Naquin was driving down Louisiana 40 with his one-year old daughter and his girlfriend when he inadvertently lost control of his truck. The vehicle ran off the road, tumbled into the adjacent field, and stopped ...
    Continue Reading
  • Louisiana State Trooper Injured in Car Accident on I-55

    Posted By Duck Law Firm, LLC || 19-Jul-2016

    Authorities are reporting that a Louisiana State Trooper was “moderately” injured in early July 2016 following a traffic collision on Interstate 55. The trooper had stopped her vehicle on the right shoulder to assist a motorist that was struggling with their broken-down vehicle. After placing road flares to warn oncoming traffic of the situation, the trooper moved in front of her own ...
    Continue Reading
  • Truck Accident Investigations: Important Evidence

    Posted By Duck Law Firm, LLC || 15-Jul-2016

    After being in a trucking accident, you need to start collecting evidence of what happened to bolster your chances of receiving a maximized compensation amount from the liable party. Some of that critical evidence is hidden away in difficult to find places, and other important details might only exist for a brief period of time. Take a look at what evidence you’ll want for your case and ...
    Continue Reading
  • 4 results found. Viewing page 1 of 1.