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New Orleans Personal Injury Lawyer

At Palazzo Law Firm, our attorneys push back against insurance companies. We refuse to let them save money by shortchanging people with valid claims. When you choose us to handle your personal injury case, we will stand strong. We will conduct a thorough investigation, bringing in trusted experts when necessary. We will build a solid case designed to get you the money you need to cover medical bills, lost wages and, most importantly, for your pain and suffering.

Our skilled New Orleans personal injury lawyers are prepared to fight. We have a longstanding record of trial success, and we certainly aren’t afraid to add to it by taking your case to court and arguing for you in front of a judge or jury. We don’t back down from any insurance company.

Time To Fight For Full Compensation

In personal injury cases, insurance companies come in with their actuary tables, their small print policies, and their adjusters. They look for ways to save money without giving a second thought to the fact that there is a person involved, someone who is struggling because of a serious injury. All they care about is their bottom line.

We Know How Insurance Companies Work

Insurance company tactics are not new to us. We know them all too well. Our team features lawyers who previously served as insurance defense counsel. We know firsthand the lengths to which insurance companies will go to reduce claims and, more importantly, we know what methods can be used to push back and get full compensation.

We Will Stand Up For You In Any Personal Injury Claim

From our law office in Gretna, we represent victims of negligence in the New Orleans metropolitan area, and throughout the gulf south region of Louisiana.

Types of claims include:

  • Car, truck and motorcycle accidents
  • Medical negligence
  • Maritime and offshore accidents
  • Premises liability
  • Product liability
  • Construction accidents
  • Plant and refinery accidents
  • Railroad accidents
  • Mesothelioma claims
  • Sexual assault claims
  • Insurance claims

We handle cases involving serious injuries such as brain damage, burn injuries and loss of limb, as well as wrongful death claims. We are ready to help you take action after being hurt in an accident, and we can answer all of your questions about personal injury claims.

Personal Injury FAQ

Personal injury claims are complex. At Palazzo Law Firm, our attorneys are committed to helping you understand the process. We are happy to answer any questions you have. To start with, here are answers to some of the most common questions about personal injury cases.

Do I Need A Lawyer?

While you do not need a lawyer to handle your personal injury claim, there are many good reasons to hire one. First of all, a lawyer can prevent you from being taken advantage of by the insurance company and help you get a fair settlement. A lawyer is truly invested in getting you as much compensation as possible. Personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis. That means the lawyer will not get paid unless you get compensation. Lawyers are typically paid a percentage of the compensation you receive, so a lawyer will want to fight to get you everything you deserve. Furthermore, an experienced lawyer will have been through this process many times before and knows how to move forward efficiently.

What If The Insurance Company Offers A Fair Settlement?

The real question is, how do you know the settlement offer is fair? Understand that insurance companies are motivated by their bottom lines. They tend to do whatever they can to underpay personal injury claims. Sure, the settlement may seem reasonable on the surface, but will it truly cover all the current and future expenses related to your injuries? If you take that money and it runs out, you will not be able to go back and ask for more.

How Much Compensation Will I Get?

This question cannot be answered specifically until your case is carefully evaluated. Ultimately, you should receive enough money to cover all of your medical bills and any future medical costs related to the accident. You should also be compensated for lost wages. If you are unable to return to your job and must take a lower paying job or cannot work at all, you should be compensated for all the wages you will lose. You should also get money for the pain and suffering caused by the accident. A dedicated lawyer will make certain you get all the money you are entitled to.

Will My Case Go To Trial?

The majority of personal injury cases do not go to trial. However, it is often difficult to predict at the outset whether or not your case will need to be argued in front of a judge and jury. You want to have an attorney on your side who prepares for trial from the very start and has a record of courtroom success. If you represent yourself or work with an attorney who has never argued a case at trial, the insurance company will know. Often it is the threat of trial that leads to an insurance company paying a fair amount. If that threat is not real, the insurance company may attempt to offer a very low settlement, or none at all.

Contact Our Experienced New Orleans Personal Injury Lawyers For A Free Consultation

During your free consultation, we will not just stare at a pad and pencil. We will not make assumptions about your case. We will listen to you. We will learn about what has happened to you and how your injury has affected your life. Then we will educate you about what we can do to help you fight for full compensation. Call 504-433-1442 or email us.

All claims handled on a contingency basis. That means you only pay us if we are successful in getting you compensation.

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