The second largest city in the state, Baton Rouge, Louisiana is a remarkable place to live and work. It is a terrific place to do business and recreational opportunities abound. Here are just six of the things that make Baton Rouge so remarkable.
- As the capital, the State of Louisiana is the area’s largest employer with over 22,000 employees. That is more than twice the amount of the city’s second largest employer.
- In terms of tonnage shipped, the Port of Baton Rouge is the 9th largest port in the United States.
- There are only two other state capitals located further south than Baton Rouge. They are Tallahassee, Florida and Austin, Texas.
- The Capital Building in Baton Rouge is the tallest capital building in the entire United States.
- Over 40% of the population of Baton Rouge is 24 years of age or under.
- There are over 13,000 hotel rooms and 900 restaurants in Baton Rouge.
Baton Rouge is filled with remarkable local businesses. If you have a business here, you likely protect it with commercial insurance. Commercial insurance can provide financial protection from losses due to theft, storms and vandalism. It can also protect businesses in instances where someone may sustain an injury while on their property. Depending on your type of business there is also coverage you can acquire to protect you from product liability.
At David Cordell Insurance, our independent agents will scour a variety of insurance providers to find you the quality coverage you need and deserve at a price you can afford. We offer both commercial and personal lines of insurance. If you reside in the 70809 zip code or the surrounding area, visit our website to get an online comparative quote on auto and homeowners insurance. For commercial insurance quotes contact us.
David Cordell Insurance is proud to serve Baton Rouge and we would be pleased to assist you.
Called the Sportsman’s State, there are numerous activities sportsmen can do when they visit the state of Louisiana. From hunting alligators to frogs to catching fish, the great state of Louisiana offers many types of terrain that all types of wildlife call home.
The excitement and anticipation of hunting often lead to a range of emotions for many people in Louisiana. Many people become so enthusiastic that they may get a ticket before they get to the big hunt. If you are facing a ticket in Louisiana the following are a few things you can do to remedy the problem.
Getting a ticket can have a negative effect on your entire day, but you control whether it does or not. To protect your health and prevent the situation from getting worse, you should calm down immediately. Allowing the officer to do his job will help you get back to hunting your big game.
Research Your Ticket
There are many violations residents of Louisiana can get cited for while driving. From seat belt tickets to speeding tickets, you must know what the consequences are and how you can potentially defend yourself against the ticket. When you research the ticket, you can easily find out more information about it and plan your next steps.
Beat the Ticket
If you find that you were not in violation or you have a legal justification for breaking the law, e.g. handicap waiver that excludes you from wearing a seat belt, then you should hire a lawyer. A lawyer will help you present your case in the court of law, and if you win, prevent you from receiving points on your license.
Whether you are concerned about your commercial insurance or personal auto insurance, knowing what to do after getting a ticket will help reduce the impact of your ticket. You can call our local office to get more information about how the ticket will impact your business insurance or personal rates by speaking with one of our agents.