After you are involved in a car accident, you may receive a call from the other driver’s insurance company wanting to ask you questions about the accident. The first thing that you should know is that you are NOT legally required to answer these questions or even to...read more
If you witness a car accident, the first thing you should do is stay calm and assess the situation. What you do next pretty much depends upon the severity of the accident, whether injuries are involved, and whether or not the situation is still dangerous. Following...read more
Every year in the U.S. there are approximately six million car accidents, causing injuries to approximately three million people. If you or a loved one is injured in a car accident, it’s important for you to contact a personal injury attorney immediately in order to...read more
More than one million people are killed worldwide in car accidents every year – which is especially unfortunate because many of these accidents are preventable. Here’s a list of safety tips that can help you avoid auto accidents, whether you’re driving in Louisiana or...read more
The First Steps After a Car Accident Unfortunately, most people will find themselves in a car accident at least one point in their life. That's because the roads are an unpredictable place. Even if you're a cautious driver, it doesn't mean that everyone else shares...read more
Over the past few months and years, technological advances have come a long way to make our lives easier than ever before. Many of these advances promise to help us while we are driving down the street, across town or to the other side of the nation. Our car accident...read more
Every driver has the potential to be distracted while behind the wheel. But for teen drivers who are new to the road, distractions often seem far more numerous and much more likely to result in accidents. If you've got a teen who's headed out onto the highway, here...read more
If you live in Acadiana and get injured in an accident due to icy roads, you should seek out advice from the professionals at Morrow Gates & Morrow LLC. They will provide you with all of the information you need regarding damages owed to you. Driving in freezing...read more
Louisiana has finally taken texting while driving seriously. It became a primary offense. Police officers can now stop and cite a driver who is texting while driving. The Opelousas Louis. auto accident lawyers at Morrow Gates & Morrow LLC applaud this legislation....read more
You’ve just been in a car accident off Highway 190 around Opelousas, LA. Your nerves are rattled, and you’re not sure what to do. Follow the three C’s to make sure you're taken care of now and in the future: Check for safety – Look around and make sure you are in a...read more
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