At Mike Brandner Injury Attorneys, our Baton Rouge attorneys understand that car accident victims may have questions about their legal rights following a car crash. We help injured drivers, passengers, and pedestrians understand these rights and how they may be able to obtain compensation to cover damages such as medical bills and lost wages. Depending on the details of your car crash, you may be able to seek compensation from the other drivers insurance, or a lawsuit against a negligent driver.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, find out how our Baton Rouge car accident attorneys may be able to help. We give free case evaluations, so contact us today.
Common Causes of Car Accidents
The at fault party’s insurance will launch an investigation to try and shrink the compensation you receive. It is important that your Baton Rouge car accident lawyer also be prepared by investigation your car crash also. Your case may depend on the facts gathered by our team, especially if your case goes to trial.
Our attorney may be able to determine if the other party:
- Not paying attention to their surroundings while driving;
- Driving while distracted, possibly texting;
- Under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
- Not obeying traffic laws, such as running a red light, not stopping at a stop sign; and,
- Driving without a drivers license.
Car Accident Damages
Your car accident attorney will work to build a complete report of damages and loss including:
- Past, current, and future medical expenses;
- Loss of earning capacity in the future;
- Complete property damages caused by the car wreck;
- Pain and suffering caused by the car crash.
Car Crash Claim Process
The Baton Rouge car accident lawyer at Mike Brandner Injury Attorneys will review your car crash, and build a foundation for your crash case, which will include damages, injuries, the other parties behavior, and request compensation for your losses and injuries.
Our team will reach out to the other party to attempt a settlement agreement before filing. If these attempts are not successful, your lawyer will file a claim with the court. Typically, both parties will try to settle while preparing for trial to keep the case from going to court. However, if not successful, your lawsuit proceeds to court where our attorneys will represent you and your case. The judge and/or jury will then determine your compensation. Call us today and get a free case evaluation. We look forward to hearing from you and we also answer our phones 24/7.