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April 2017 Archives

How to spot the signs on an aggressive driver

If you are like many other drivers in Louisiana and across the country, you may become frustrated and even angry while navigating through traffic. It may be overwhelming to get caught in a traffic jam while trying to get to an important appointment or meeting. In fact, at least 80 percent of motorists admit that they have felt aggression while driving, according to AAA. Some people take this aggression to the next level and become enraged enough to engage in dangerous driving behaviors that put other people’s lives at risk.

Factors contributing to sentinel events

Part of the trust between Louisiana patients and their doctors stems from the belief that in the operating room, the surgeon will perform the right surgery on the right part of the body. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Wrong-site, wrong-procedure and wrong-patient errors, also known as WSPEs, are the horrifying results of a serious medical error.

What you need to know about the Jones Act

While personal injury claims and workers’ compensation filings may be common for workers on Louisiana land, if you are hurt while at sea, you may be confused about what help is available to you. This is why the Jones Act was created, to provide guidance for seamen when it comes to jobsite injures. The law offices of Jacqueline A. Scott and Associates use this act to ensure that you get the compensation and assistance you need to recover from a variety of injuries.

Was your child charged with underage drinking at college?

Your son is hard-working, smart and attending a great college. Everything seems to be going great until you get an unexpected call that he has been busted for underage drinking. This shocking revelation comes with a whole host of questions. You might be wondering what this incident can mean for your son and his future. To help your child, you should understand the consequences of a minor in possession charge.

Solitary confinement in the center of recent lawsuit

Many people in Louisiana may not consider the welfare of men and women once they are incarcerated. However, the welfare of prison inmates is a growing concern. A recent lawsuit highlights why some of the methods used in prisons are questioned and why the conditions of inmates are garnering attention.

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