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Joe Alleva Expected to Step Down

By Bryan Fisher

Joe Alleva Expected to Step Down LSU Athletics Director Joe Alleva is expected to soon step down from the position he has held at the university for more than a decade according to a high ranking source within the LSU System tells Daily Report. LSU officials declined to comment. Alleva is coming off one of […]

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Why The RIGHT Attorney Matters

By Bryan Fisher

Disclosure: I am a Will Wade fan.  In my opinion, he is among the best basketball coaches in America with much time to become THE best.  Is he cheater?  Do all major college coaches cheat?  Who knows but however he gets his players, Coach Wade makes them better and knows how to shape them into […]

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2018 Worst Year for Pedestrian Deaths Since 1990s

By Chris Day

Fisher Injury Lawyers has regularly reported on pedestrian crashes in and around the Baton Rouge area and the overall lack of safety for pedestrians in the state of Louisiana. While pedestrian safety is clearly a problem in Baton Rouge, it has also been on the rise throughout the country. The Governors Highway Safety Association has […]

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Buckle Up And Save Lives

By Bryan Fisher

Buckle up it saves lives. Seat belts save lives.  It is beyond dispute. It is likely the single act in your daily life that most reduces your risk or injury or death.  Buckle up. Do it for your spouse. Do it for your children. Do it for your friends. Do it for yourself.  Need proof? […]

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Black History: The Desegregation of LSU Law School

By Bryan Fisher

February is Black History month. Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. The event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent […]

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The Left Turn-The Most Dangerous Action in Driving

By Bryan Fisher

The left turn is the most dangerous maneuver in normal driving.  The unprotected left turn is the most dangerous version of the maneuver.  Here is another example of the dangers of the unprotected left term. A Vacherie Louisiana man died early Thursday morning when the vehicle he was a passenger in was struck by another […]

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UPDATE: Two Dead and Dozens Injured by Unlicensed Driver in I-10 Bus Collision

By Chris Day

UPDATE 10/26/16: Denis Amaya-Rodriguez, the driver of the bus in this deadly crash, has plead not guilty to three counts of negligent homicide among other charges. UPDATE:  St. John Parish officials have announced that the driver of the bus has been booked into jail under multiple criminal counts including two counts of negligent homicide, reckless […]

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Getting Financial Assistance After the Flood

By Olivia Illing

The recent historic flooding has affected so many of our parishes and clients here in Baton Rouge.   Click on the special issue of You & the Law below for basic financial assistance and safety issues for those impacted by the disaster.

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Air Bag Defect Leads to 400,000 More Recalls

By Chris Day

Nearly four hundred thousand Ford Rangers were recalled on Tuesday due to a continued defect with Takata air bags.  The defect causes the airbags to explode, showering victims with metal and plastic shrapnel.  This explosion obviously causes serious injury to the victims and sometimes death.  The personal injury attorneys at Fisher Injury Lawyers have previously discussed […]

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Louisiana Bicycle Crash Deaths Ranked Third Worst in the Country

By Olivia Illing

A recent report by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention found that Louisiana has the third-highest rate of bicycle deaths in the country.  Louisiana has averaged 3.3 annual deaths per million residents between 1975 and 2012.  The only states with higher rates were Delaware with 3.8 and Florida with 5.7 deaths per million residents.  These numbers are […]

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