Holden, Louisiana Woman Killed in Livingston Parish Car Wreck

A Holden, Louisiana, woman died in a two car wreck on Louisiana Highway 447 south of I-12 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana, when her 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier crossed the center line of Louisiana Highway 447 just north of Louisiana Highway 16 after entering a right-hand curve. The Cavalier collided head-on with an oncoming 1987 GMC single-unit truck, pushing the Cavalier backwards and off the road into the ditch and causing it to roll over onto its roof.

According to Baton Rouge, Louisiana car wreck attorney, Scott Andrews, the driver of a vehicle that crosses the center line and collides with another vehicle in its proper lane of travel is presumed to be at fault in causing the accident.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed in a Louisiana car wreck, contact the experienced Baton Rouge, Louisiana car wreck lawyers at Dué Guidry Piedrahita Andrews Courrege L.C., to schedule a FREE CONSULTATION to obtain more specific information about your legal rights.