If you are injured in Louisiana during a maritime, transportation, or premises liability accident you will need the experience of a Louisiana Personal Injury Lawyer to help you navigate your insurance claim, medical recovery and more.
After an accident, it is recommended that you consult with a Personal Injury Attorney. Many people think that lawyers are needed only if you intend to go to court, but that is not the case. Hiring a lawyer does not mean you will be going to court for your personal injury case. The insurance company knows that it is in their best interest to settle with you outside of court. If their client is found responsible for your accident and injuries, they could also be held responsible for court costs as well.
Our Louisiana Personal Injury Lawyer has over 25 years of experience working toward the best possible settlement outcome for our clients at Cueria Law Firm, LLC. You can request a free consultation on your accident or injury claim by calling our office at (504) 525-5211.
We often face risks of a burn injury as we go about our day and don’t realize it. Whether in a home, place of business, or a workplace, if a burn risk is present, the owner or operator of the property has a duty to warn visitors or workers of their risk. Otherwise, they may be found negligent and held liable for an accident which resulted in injury.
Spinal injury and severe spine trauma can be especially devastating as your mobility and sensory functions can be damaged beyond. Our New Orleans attorney represents victims of maritime accidents to help them recover financial damages.
The brain is the control center of our bodies, including our personalities, which means an injury can have severe consequences for our quality of life. Depending on the part of the brain which is injured, you can experience problems with your senses, digestion, immune system, muscle movement, and other bodily functions.
Catastrophic injuries are events which cause damage to the victim’s cognitive abilities or physical mobility. The word “catastrophic” is used to define these injuries because, when they occur, they have a profound and permanent effect on the quality of life experienced by the victim.
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You only pay if we win. If we don’t get you financial recovery, we don’t get paid.
Yes. Personal injury cases have various deadlines called the Statute of Limitations (SOL).
In many cases, the answer is no. Our law firm gathers the facts and builds the evidence for your injury case.
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