Whether it is just after the accident or 4 weeks after an accident, don’t discuss it with the other person’s insurance company representative or adjuster. Their job is to get as much information about your accident or your injuries and then try to use it against you. You can talk about the accident with your…Details
You have the right to have your medical bills paid and your wage loss reimbursed. You also have the right to make a claim against the driver who caused the accident. In that claim you may recover damages (money) for pain, suffering, disability, disfigurement, emotional distress, loss of earning capacity and other losses that you…Details
Most people find out after an accident the hard way that their insurance company isn’t the trustworthy group portrayed in its commercials. Studies have shown that in almost half of the claims submitted to insurance companies, legitimate requests for payment are denied. In many others, the injured person isn’t aware of his or her right…Details
If the accident was not your fault, your rates should not go up. The Louisiana Insurance Commissioners office regulates insurance rates and can field questions or complaints of insureds.
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You can make a claim for pain, suffering, disability and many other kinds of losses against the other person’s insurance, if you can prove the other person’s fault was greater than your own. Just remember to exchange information after the accident including getting their insurance companies information. Do not sign any forms or talk to…Details
To determine the value of a case, you have to look at a lot of factors. First, as we already discussed, you have to consider fault. Any percentage of fault placed on you reduces the value of your case by that percentage. Another important factor is the severity of your injuries. Another important factor is…Details
When you are seriously injured, the answer is a definite “yes.” As you can see, there are a great many factors and issues that need to be assessed in order to obtain a fair recovery. Also, you’re going up against a giant insurance company. Companies have scores of adjusters, lawyers and other personnel who spend…Details
Most all Personal Injury Attorneys charge a percentage of the recovery, usually one-third. You don’t have to pay any money up front. If there’s a recovery, the lawyer gets paid out of that. If there is no recovery for the client, most personal injury lawyers won’t charge you any fees at all. You don’t have…Details
Unlike many personal injury law firms, I handle all personal injury cases from initiation to jury trial. I am the only lawyer in my firm and I give each case the close attention it needs to be prosecuted through a civil trial.
Generally, the quickest cases are resolved is 6 months from the time of your accident, if your medical recovery time is not too extensive and if it is a relatively simple case that the insurance company is willing to settle. For more complicated and serious cases, and if the insurance company isn’t being reasonable and…Details