Asserting Your Rights After A Car Accident
A car accident may be caused by poorly designed streets, debris on the road or negligent drivers. When an accident occurs, individuals can suffer catastrophic injuries and devastating property damage. It is our goal to stand by your side through all phases of litigation, fighting to ensure that you receive full and fair compensation for your unique situation.
What Caused Your Accident And Who Is Accountable?
Whether your accident was caused by a distracted driver, speeding, a product defect or simple negligence, it is wise to seek the counsel of a skilled attorney. We will answer all of your questions in a prompt and honest manner.
- Car accident types
- What to look for when hiring a car accident attorney
- Car accident causes
- Louisiana car accident injuries
By accurately determining liability, we can negotiate with the at-fault party’s insurance carrier to reach a beneficial settlement for damages. Clients trust us to aggressively fight on their behalf to recover compensation for lost wages, medical bills, property damage, and pain and suffering.
Was Alcohol Involved In The Crash That Injured You?
Alcohol plays an unfortunate role in Louisiana car accidents. Over the years, alcohol use has historically been involved in up to half of fatal crashes, as well as many injury crashes.
Fatal crashes are also more likely to occur on rural highways with speed limits of 70 mph than on highways with lower speed limits. Injury crashes are also more likely to occur on rural highways.
Louisiana Highway Safety Commission, in conjunction with Louisiana State University, publishes detailed data about Louisiana car accidents, for the whole state and by parish.
Take Action Today
At Gaar Law Firm, we take all of our cases on a contingency fee basis. This means it will cost you nothing to have an attorney on your case. We collect our fee when you collect from the person or people responsible for your injuries. Contact an experienced attorney at Gaar Law Firm today to learn more about our services. Your initial consultation is always free.