The Textalyzer - A New Tool For Fighting Distracted Driving

In an effort to combat distracted driving, New York is proposing legislation that will make it legal for law enforcement to use a "textalyzer" on the phones of drivers after an accident. The textalyzer, which allows police to determine if the driver was texting at the time of the accident, will make it much easier […]

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Medical Errors Could Be #3 Cause of Death in US

According to a recent analysis conducted by two experts from John Hopkins University, medical mistakes are the third leading cause of death in the United States, exceeded only by heart disease and cancer. This statistic comes as a shock to many, leading medical professionals to search for new ways to prevent these errors from occurring. […]

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The Sad State of Louisiana Nursing Homes

We trust nursing home facilities to provide ongoing care for our aging loved ones, but how much care is actually being taken to ensure their safety and well-being? It turns out the answer is not much in the state of Louisiana. With 90% of nursing homes insufficiently staffed and 85% of residents suffering from malnutrition, […]

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Common Car Accident Claims

Frequent Louisiana Car Accident Claims If you have ever had the unfortunate experience of being in a car accident, you know the trauma, pain, and suffering that goes along with the event. This single incident can change the course of your life, especially if you are severely injured. Of course, even minor injuries can have a […]

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Louisiana Motorcycle Crashes Remain High, Prompting Help

In the past, people rode motorcycles as symbols of freedom. But as motorcycle ridership has continued to increase, it's clear more and more Louisianans are riding motorcycles to save money as well. This increase in ridership has also resulted in more motorcycle accidents. The state has one of the highest  accident rates in the nation. […]

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We Support the Push for Zero Deaths on Louisiana Roads

What if no one died in auto accidents in Louisiana? That’s the goal of an ambitious new statewide initiative, and it’s one that Attorney J. Antonio Tramontana fully supports. Destination Zero Deaths offers methods for law enforcement and others to positively impact the state’s transportation system. The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, Louisiana Highway […]

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Who is Liable in a Truck Accident

There is nothing more disconcerting than driving along a Louisiana road as a large tractor trailer comes speeding up next to your car. You grip the steering wheel just a little bit tighter as they pass by and move into your lane.

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Louisiana is 2nd deadliest state for bicyclists

In 2012, federal statistics show that there were 722 bicyclist deaths in the United States- an increase of 6 percent from 2011 and 16 percent from 2010.

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Louisiana Open Container Law

Open container laws prohibit the presence of any type of unsealed container that contains or contained an alcoholic beverage. They can include bottles, cans, and flasks as well as other types of containers inside vehicles...

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Louisiana Drivers rank among worst in US

Many states across America have seen a reduction in traffic accidents as well as injuries and fatalities when they have passed stricter traffic laws along with stiffer penalties, but what happens when drivers seem to disregard traffic laws all together?

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Attorney Tony Tramontana is a diplomate of the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys. Mr. Tramontana is one of only a handful of attorneys to achieve such distinction; a distinction which demonstrates skill and expertise in the field of medical malpractice proven through rigorous testing and examination.
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