Getting injured through someone else’s negligence is bad enough.
Getting cheated out of your fair settlement makes it even worse.Text
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If you've been following the news lately, you may have heard of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that have become infamous for catching fire due to faulty batteries.
Before being discontinued for good, the phones were responsible for starting fires in people's homes and in user's pockets, and most recently they have been banned on board commercial airliners. Still, despite the recall and damage control done by Samsung, the company could be under fire (no pun intended) for violations of product liability law.Text
No one ever expects that they'll one day be involved in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, but in the state of Louisiana, these types of incidents are unfortunately an all too common occurrence. Drunk driving accidents can and have resulted in serious physical harm to other motorists, including but not limited to broken bones, head trauma, cuts and lacerations, spinal damage, back and neck damage, trauma to one or multiple internal organs, and death.
Did you know that there are more than 500,000 accidents involving large commercial vehicles, such as 18-wheelers, annually in the United States? Every year, thousands of Americans are killed due to the negligence of trucking companies and their drivers. In fact, 18-wheeler trucks and tractor-trailers are responsible for one out of every eight fatalities in automotive accidents across the 50 states.Text
Personal injury law – also known as tort law – can be difficult to understand because it encompasses so many different kinds of accidents and incidents. The goal of personal injury litigation is to ensure you receive damages after being hurt by another person’s negligence or intentional wrongdoing. Here, we’ll answer common questions about personal injury law in Lafayette, so you’re better prepared to pursue a case if you suffer personal injury.Text
It can be a trying and difficult time if you sustain an injury while working on an offshore vessel. Not only are you dealing with medical procedures and time missed from work, but you also want to make sure you’re getting fairly compensated by the vessel’s owner for your suffering.
It’s important to understand the types of injuries and legal statutes that give you legal standing to recover damages.
Here, we’ll discuss how various acts and laws designed to provide you recourse if you’re injured while working on a maritime vessel in Louisiana.
- The Longshore Act and The Jones Act
- 5 Tricks Insurance Companies Use to Avoid Settlement
- How Fast Can We Settle Your Personal Injury Claim?
- When to Call an Offshore Crane Accident Attorney
- What is Product Liability?
- Have You Been Injured By An Intoxicated Driver?
- 18 Wheeler Accident Settlements
- Premises Liability in Louisiana
- Personal Injury Law in Lafayette: What to Know
- Offshore Injury Attorney Services