If you have ever taken any kind of road trip, you can probably attest to the fact that driving for an extended period of time is tiresome. Even though sitting behind the wheel is not necessarily physically strenuous.
According to The Times-Picayune, a 49-year-old man from Slidell died in a fiery rear-end collision with an 18-wheeler truck after attempting to pass it.
According to KLFY News, a tragic four-vehicle collision resulted in the death of two men late last month. Officers from Louisiana State Police Troop A reported to the scene on Interstate 10 eastbound at approximately 2 a.m.
TheTownTalk reports on a tragic collision that occurred early last Thursday on La. Highway 124 between a passenger car and a loaded log truck.
WBRZ2 reports on yet another motor vehicle collision on I-10 East, right before the exit for La. 415.
If you or someone you love sustained debilitating injuries in a collision with a semi-truck, you may be wondering what to do next.
4WWL reports on a tragic collision on Interstate 310 that killed one woman and left one man with severe burns.
Semi-trucks can weigh up to 80,000 pounds and commercial drivers are often on the road for 11 hours per day.
You pass semi-trucks on a daily basis. Whether on the freeway or on the city roads, these important cargo carriers are a vital part of everyday commerce.