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5 Ways to Reduce Head Injuries in Sports

  According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, “sports and recreational activities contribute to about 21 percent of all traumatic brain injuries among American children and adolescents.” Heading into the summer season, your kids are likely to be spending more time outdoors and playing sports. So, it’s important to make sure they are safe […]

| Posted: June 20, 2017

Dangerous Common Household Items

  If an item is made and sold for household use, it must be safe, right? Sadly, such assumptions can lead to serious accidents for you and your loved ones that require assistance from personal injury attorneys Louisiana. 7 Products to Ban from Your Household Don’t take chances with the safety of your family. Here […]

| Posted: June 18, 2017

Keep Dad Cool This Father’s Day with These Tips to Avoid Heatstroke

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that more than 658 deaths each year are from extreme heat related cases. Heat stroke, exhaustion and burns are serious issues as the temperatures rise and the air gets heavier with humidity. No one is immune to suffering from this; children, adults and the elderly need to […]

| Posted: June 13, 2017

Share the Road on National Ride to Work Day, June 19th!

  In honor of National Ride to Work Day, June 19th it seems most appropriate to spread the word about the noble cause which aims to save the lives of so many. What Is National Ride To Work Day? Ride To Work advocates and supports the use of motorcycles for transportation, and provides information about […]

| Posted: June 11, 2017

Louisiana House Passes Bill to Limit Opioids for Injured Workers

As part of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) war on drugs, the agency is cracking down on the medical use of synthetic narcotics, including oxycodone and hydrocodone. While prescription use of these drugs can lead to addiction, accidental overdose and death, these pharmaceuticals still remain some of the most effective pain relievers. Many states, including […]

| Posted: June 7, 2017