Dedicated To Helping Injured People

Dedicated To Helping Injured
People

Securing compensation from car accidents

| Feb 25, 2015 | Car Accidents

After decades of research, experts know that most people who are involved in car accidents are within just five miles of home. This is true across the country, including in Louisiana. Studies also show that most car accidents are avoidable, and they are the result of negligence by one or more drivers.

This negligence often presents sudden challenges to car accident victims and their families. Some victims escape with only minor injuries, but even these can bring large medical bills. For victims who are severely injured, huge medical bills and lost wages often present financial challenges just when they are dealing with the emotional damage that comes with severe injuries.

For more than 40 years, our law firm has helped thousands of car accident victims and their families recover compensation for losses caused by another party’s negligence. We know that after the injuries the most immediate concerns of car accident victims and their families is how to cope with sudden financial burdens. We know how much compensation means for victims whose injuries mean short- and long-term disabilities.

Our experience in litigation has taught us that car accidents happen for a variety of reasons and that the legal facts and circumstances of each car accident require a different approach. Our lawyers understand how to prepare a strong case that will maximize the chances of compensation.

Our combined experience and impressive record of successful verdicts and settlements has come from cases throughout Louisiana, as well as in Texas and in both state and federal courts. Our attorneys are well versed with local court rules and cultures. We understand that negligent parties and insurance companies do their best to avoid pay compensation. Our lawyers are ready for these tactics and know when to aggressively pursue the compensation victims deserve from those responsible for their injuries.