Personal injury cases can be surprisingly complex in Louisiana. For one thing, insurance agents are not always on your side. They may initially appear to be helpful, but if you are not careful, you could end up accepting a low settlement or implicate yourself as being at fault. In other cases, you might be up against teams of defense lawyers who may try to downplay your injuries and related expenses.
If you or a member of your family was injured because of another party’s negligence, we may be able to help. A Morse personal injury lawyer from Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers may be able to accept your case and fight for your rights. Call us today for a free case evaluation at (337) 777-7777.
Types of Recoverable Damages in Louisiana
If your case succeeds, you could recover compensation for your losses. The cost of your damages will rest on a variety of factors specific to your case, including the extent of your injuries and the type of incident you were involved in.
You may stand to gain financial compensation for the following expenses:
- Hospital bills
- Mechanic shop costs (if applicable)
- Other medical costs (e.g., ambulance expenses and prescription drugs
- Lost or diminished income
- Pain and suffering and inconvenience
- Mental anguish
Depending on the nature of your case, you may be able to recover the cost of your expenses through an insurance settlement or personal injury lawsuit. However, some insurance companies will try to fight you on each individual expense, which can be difficult to handle on your own.
At Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers, we want to stand by your side throughout the financial recovery process. Call us today for your free consultation at (337) 777-7777.
Laborde Earles injury was great for me they took care of me very fast and professional. If for any reason I need legal help they will be who I use.Client
Our Legal Team’s Practice Areas
When you call us today, you will have the chance to discuss your case with a member of our team. They can give more clarity regarding your legal options and explain how a lawyer may be able to assist you.
Some of our team’s practice areas include:
- Truck accidents
- Maritime accidents
- Car accidents
- Product liability
- Dog bites
- Dangerous drugs
- Defective devices
- Mass torts
- Premises liability incidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Wrongful death
Your lawyer will need to use relevant pieces of information to establish fault and liability for your case. Forms of evidence could include statements from your doctor, photos and videos of property damage, and eyewitness testimony.
I thank God for Digger & David. I don’t know what we would have done if it hadn’t have been for them.Rick Smith | Client
Liability for Your Morse Personal Injury Case
Louisiana operates on a comparative fault system, per Louisiana Civil Code 2323.
Anyone who is at fault for damages has to pay proportionately to their percentage of responsibility.
For example, let’s say that a speeding driver hits the broad side of a car that is making a left turn. Although there are extensive damages on both sides, the speeding driver is assigned 90% fault and the other driver 10% fault. Even though the speeding driver is 90% at fault, they would still be able to collect actual cash damages for the percentage that they were not responsible.
If you are interested in finding out more about how liability works in Morse, Louisiana, Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers can handle your phone inquiry at your earliest convenience. We can connect you to a member of our team who can explain how a Morse personal injury lawyer can promote your legal goals.
The reassurance from Digger and his staff gave me that renewed hope that it’s going to be okay down the road.Client
Louisiana’s Statute of Limitations and Your Case
Time is one of the biggest factors in regard to filing a lawsuit. If you wait too long to take action, the state will no longer allow your case to be heard. In Louisiana, you typically have a one-year period to file a lawsuit for damages, per Louisiana Civil Code 3492. There may be some exceptions that give you more time to act. Our team can explain those exceptions when you call us today.
When working with our team at Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers, we will work to file your case within the state’s statute of limitations, if time permits. We proactively prepare for each deadline and share them with you in advance. We strive to educate and inform our clients about the legal process while fighting for their rights to the best of our ability.
They treated us like no other people would. Whenever we needed something they were there for us. I put my trust in them and I don’t regret it.Client
How a Morse Personal Injury Lawyer Can Assist You
Every Morse personal injury lawyer at Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers can provide many different services tailored to the unique aspects of your case. We encourage you to take swift legal action because evidence collection has to begin immediately, or your case risks being devalued.
Our team can:
- Manage the deadlines involved with your case
- Gather relevant forms of evidence
- Consult with field experts regarding the cause of your injuries
- Handle negotiations with the insurance company
- Evaluate the cost of your expenses
- File a lawsuit and represent you in court
We may be able to help you in ways that we have not described here.
We Provide Contingency-Fee Representation
When considering legal action, you may have some concerns regarding the cost of hiring a lawyer. We offer our services on a contingency-fee basis, meaning that you do not have to pay any hourly fees or retainers to get our help. You only owe us our attorney’s fees if your case is successful. We do this to demonstrate our commitment to your legal interests.
Learn More About Your Recovery Options Today
The sooner you start your case review, the sooner we can start fighting for your rights. We want to handle your legal responsibilities so you can focus on your health and recovery. To begin your free consultation with Laborde Earles Injury Lawyers, call us at (337) 777-7777.