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Motor vehicle accidents often result in serious injury, with symptoms sometimes failing to materialize for several years. If you have been injured in a car crash or automobile collision, you need skilled and experienced lawyers who will obtain financial compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, household services, future damages, property damage, and out of pocket expenses.
At Creed & Creed, we represent victims of all types of motor vehicle accidents and car wreck injuries throughout northeast Louisiana. If you are suffering from an injury sustained due to a collision, CONTACT US at once. We will schedule a FREE CONSULTATION to discuss your options.
We do not charge a fee unless we recover financial compensation for you.
Cases arising out of automobile accidents are by far the most common type of personal injury case pending in our court system today. This is not surprising, given that every 10 seconds, someone in the United States is involved in a car accident, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Except in those states where legislation eliminating fault as an issue has been passed (no-fault laws), these cases are typically governed by the law of negligence. Generally, people who operate automobiles must exercise “reasonable care under the circumstances.” A failure to use reasonable care is considered negligence. A person who negligently operates a car, truck, or other type of motor vehicle may be required to pay for any damages, either to a person or property, caused by his or her negligence. The injured party, known as the plaintiff, is required to prove that the defendant was negligent, that the negligence was a proximate cause of the accident, and that the accident caused the plaintiff’s injuries. If you have been involved in a car wreck or other type of automobile collision, such as a motorcyle accident, don't hesitate to seek legal counsel from a personal injury attorney experienced in automobile accident cases in order to best protect your interests.
Generally, an individual injured in a car or motor vehicle accident may bring a claim or lawsuit to recover the actual expenses associated with property damage, medical costs, household services, economic damages, and emotional and physical pain and suffering. But, litigation can be extremely complicated. Retaining an experienced personal injury lawyer familiar with motor vehicle accident damages will place you in the best position to receive the recovery and compensation that you deserve.
Do call your insurance agent as soon as you are involved in a car wreck or collision, and report incidents. Then, call Creed and Creed for serious effective personal injury legal representation.
Do not provide a recorded statement to any insurance adjuster or investigator before consulting with an experienced personal injury attorney.
Many drivers ignore motor vehicle insurance requirements, cannot afford to purchase insurance, or carry insufficient insurance. Uninsured motorist coverage is a form of insurance that pays for bodily injury that results from an accident with a driver who is legally responsible for the injuries, but has no liability coverage. Underinsured motorist coverage pays for bodily injury that results from an accident with a driver who has liability insurance with limits that are lower than the injured party’s underinsured motorist coverage limits. If you have been involved in a car accident with an uninsured or underinsured driver, it is important that you contact an attorney at an experienced personal injury law firm immediately so you do not waive valuable legal rights. We recommend that all Louisiana vehicle owners be sure to add traditional or full uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage as an add-on to their existing insurance coverage.
If you are involved in an automobile collision, stop. Most states require an individual not to leave the scene of a car accident, even a minor one, without first stopping to see whether there are damages or injuries. A person may be criminally prosecuted for leaving the scene of an automobile accident.
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