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Louisiana traffic accident leaves one hurt

Each day, people are injured across the country in various types of motor vehicle accidents. Sadly, many of these injuries never should have happened in the first place and were the result of reckless behavior, such as drinking and driving or speeding. In Lake Charles, LA, crashes caused by negligent behavior can leave victims with a host of problems that virtually destroy their life, such as debilitating pain, medical costs, an inability to work and lifelong complications due to a severe injury.

Law enforcement officials say that a motor vehicle accident that recently happened in Louisiana left one person injured. At the scene of the crash, a vehicle with a shattered windshield had flipped over. However, more details on the nature of the accident have not yet been released by authorities.

Louisiana State Police said that a vehicle was traveling west in Metairie on Interstate 10 when it crashed. One person, whose identity is not known at this time, suffered minor injuries. Following the accident, lanes were shut down, causing traffic to become backed up.

For those injured in automobile accidents, the recovery process varies from one person to another. Sometimes, people are able to walk away with relatively minor injuries, while others may have their entire lives thrown upside down. Financial woes, an inability to drive, unbearable pain and mental trauma are just some of the consequences that may come with car crash injuries. Some car accident victims who have found themselves in this position obtained a better understanding of their options by speaking with a legal professional.

Source:, "Interstate 10 West vehicle crash creates traffic congestion in Metairie," Wilborn P. Nobles III, Jan. 27, 2017

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