- How Do I Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?
- How Much Does a Louisiana Personal Injury Attorney Charge?
- How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit in Louisiana?
- How Much is My Personal Injury Case Worth?
- What Are Some of the Reasons I Should Hire an Attorney?
- Will I Make More or Less Money If I Hire an Attorney?
- Will My Auto Accident Attorney Make More Money Than Me?
- When Can I Handle a Personal Injury Case on My Own?
- Will I Have to Go to Court If I Hire an Attorney?
- How Long Will It Take for My Case to Settle?
- How Can I Find the Best Personal Injury Attorney Near Me?
Hiring a Louisiana personal injury attorney is a personal choice. Click our video below to learn about how you can hire a personal injury attorney and the four critical questions you should ask any personal injury attorney before you hire them to represent you in a case.
Generally, all personal injury attorneys in Louisiana work on a contingency fee basis. Click our Manard Law video below to learn more about the different types of fees attorneys can charge and how a contingency fee will apply to the award you may receive in your personal injury case.
How long you have to file a lawsuit in Louisiana will depend on the type of case you have. In Louisiana you have 1 year from the date of the accident to file an injury claim after a car accident. But, there can also be other deadlines that may apply such as the two year deadline to file an underinsured/uninsured motorist claim, commonly known as a “UM claim”. Other deadlines apply for contract claims and malpractice claims. You must act timely after an injury or loss to ensure you preserve your rights, and there are many reasons you should act well before these deadlines. Click our video below to hear about the different types of legal deadlines that may apply to your case.
Everyone wants to know how much their case is worth, and at the end of the day when their case is over, how much they can expect to receive. They often want to know this to decide whether they should hire an injury attorney or try to settle the case on their own. Click our video below to learn about how insurance companies value personal injury claims and the formula you can use to assess how much your personal injury case may be worth.
People in Louisiana are often skeptical of hiring an attorney. We believe in being transparent and we also believe our profession exists for a reason. Click our video below to learn more about some of the key reasons you should hire an attorney to assist you with your injury claim.
Generally speaking, even after paying attorney fees people who hire an attorney make more money than they would have if they were to handle the case on their own. Click the video below to hear about some of the offers our clients have received before coming to us and then the amount they walked away with after hiring the Manard Law firm. You will be surprised to hear the results we have been able to get for those people who came to us after they were unhappy with the offer they were made by their insurance company, and what we were able to do for them financially.
Your auto accident attorney should never make more money than you. The goal of hiring an attorney is for you to get the help and care you need and for you to maximize the pay out to you at the end of the day. Click the video below to hear about some of the amounts our clients were able to walk away with even after paying our legal fees.
Many people often try to handle their personal injury case on their own, but they do so at their own risk. In our free consultation if we think you are better off handling the case on your own, we will advise you. When you handle your personal injury case on your own the risk you are taking is that you do not know if you are recovering from all available avenues. Click the video below to learn about some of the pitfalls you can encounter when you handle a Louisiana personal injury case on your own.
It depends, sometimes our clients have to go to court but many of them do not. Whether you will have to go to court or give a deposition will depend on the extent of your injuries and the discovery the responsible party wants to do with regard to your case. Click our video below to hear about the percentage of our clients who have to go to court and the percentage of our clients who are able to settle cases without ever having to go to court or give a deposition.
We know you are concerned about how long the process will take. At Manard Law, we fast track our cases to ensure we get our clients the maximum recovery in the quickest amount of time possible. When you are a client of ours, we discuss with you the potential length of time your case may take in our free confidential consultation. Generally speaking, how long your case will take to settle will depend on the extent of injuries you sustain and the length of your medical treatment. Most personal injury cases are settled after medical treatment is complete, but some are settled before treatment is complete and some are settled while a client is still treating. At Manard Law, we keep you updated each time something happens in your case so that you know where your case is on the timeline. Click our video below to watch attorney Wendy Manard explain how long it can take for a personal injury case to settle and what are some important factors when assessing how long your case will take to conclude.
Research is key when you are looking to find the best Louisiana injury attorney near you. Click the video below to learn some of the ways you can research and find the best personal injury attorney for your case. In this video we provide industry secrets many people do not know about attorneys.