If you are injured in an accident that was caused by faulty or neglected vehicle maintenance, you might not know who to sue for financial compensation. When you are ready to get the compensation you are entitled to collect, our team might be able to help you identify which at-fault party to pursue.
You might be able to pursue financial compensation from the mechanic who did not perform adequate repairs, the vehicle’s manufacturer, or the vehicle’s owner who failed to properly maintain his vehicle. A Metairie faulty or neglected vehicle maintenance accident lawyer might be able to prove the fault of the accident, identify the right place to assign liability, and negotiate a financial settlement. Contact the personal injury team at Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers by calling
Calculate Your Potential Monetary Recovery
If the driver who caused your accident was driving a vehicle that had not been properly maintained, you might have the basis of a personal injury lawsuit. If someone you love was fatally injured in the accident, you might have the basis of a wrongful death lawsuit. Either lawsuit might help you recover from the financial impact of the accident.
A Metairie faulty or neglected vehicle maintenance accident lawyer might be able to help you recover these financial expenses and losses:
- Past and anticipated medical expenses
- Past and anticipated loss of wages
- Physical and emotional pain and suffering
- Physical disfigurement and disability
- Property repair or replacement costs
You do not have to prove the cost of the accident on your own. Our team might be able to help you create an evidence file that proves the financial impact of your injuries and their related expenses.
For a free legal consultation with a faulty or neglected vehicle maintenance accident lawyer serving Metairie, call (337) 777-7777
Build a Solid Evidence File that Supports Your Right to Recovery
Your evidence file tells the story of the accident you were involved in. Our team can help you build an effective evidence file. To prove there was an issue with the maintenance or performance of the car, our team may request:
- Maintenance records
- Mechanic notes
- Mechanic bills
- Expert opinions
- Crash report
To prove the financial impact of the accident, our team might request the following documents and evidence:
- Medical records
- Medical bills
- Financial records
- Injury photos
- Witness statements
Get help building an evidence file that tells the story of the accident to the at-fault party’s representative and your own legal team. Contact the personal injury team at Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers by calling
Metairie Faulty or Neglected Vehicle Maintenance Accident Lawyer Near Me (337) 777-7777
Obtain a Copy of Your Crash Report Right Away
According to the Louisiana Revised Statutes (RS) §32:398, you are required to submit a crash report if:
- Anyone involved in the accident is injured
- Anyone involved in the accident is fatally injured
- Property damage exceeds $500
Your crash report is valuable to our team because it will tell us how to contact the at-fault driver, his insurance company, the investigating officer, and anyone who witnessed the accident. It will also tell us:
- The primary and secondary cause of the accident
- The size and type of each involved vehicle
- The investigating officer’s notes and diagrams
- The condition and appearance of each vehicle
- Each vehicle’s traffic control condition
The crash report might also provide us with the road, weather, and lighting conditions and the date that helps us establish compliance with the statute of limitations. Provide our legal team with a copy of your crash report immediately.
Resolve Your Lawsuit without a Trial
Once your evidence file is completed and shared with the at-fault party’s representative, your potential personal injury lawsuit, like many, might be resolved outside of court. When our team is on your side, we fight hard for a favorable financial settlement with the at-fault party’s insurance company. We also make sure you are aware of these important settlement factors:
- You always make the final decision.
- An accepted settlement is final and binding.
- It may not be too late to negotiate a settlement.
We might also be able to help you avoid making a speedy settlement that does not fully reimburse you for all the expenses and losses related to the accident. When you are ready to resolve your compensation lawsuit without going to court, we might be able to help you negotiate a financial settlement on your behalf.
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Do Not Overlook Louisiana’s Filing Deadline
The statute of limitations in Louisiana determines the amount of time you have to file your personal injury lawsuit. According to Louisiana Civil Code (CC) §3492, you have only a single year to file your lawsuit. In addition, if a member of your family was fatally injured in the accident, you have the same time limit for filing a wrongful death lawsuit.
Failing to meet the statute of limitations in your lawsuit might mean you are unable to legally compel compensation from the at-fault party in your lawsuit. You do not have to understand or comply with the filing deadline on your own. The sooner you put our team to work on your compensation claim, the more time we have to comply with the one-year statute of limitations.
Get Financial Compensation for Your Injuries
Building a successful car accident lawsuit can be time-consuming and stressful. When you are ready to pursue the at-fault driver, you might be able to leave the legal legwork to a Metairie faulty or neglected vehicle maintenance accident lawyer on our team.
While we focus on building, filing, and resolving your lawsuit, you can focus on restoring your physical health. Contact Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers by calling