Whether or not you have a case depends on the particular circumstances of your situation.
In evaluating a potential personal injury lawsuit, such as an auto accident, oil rig injury or other type of accident, the nature and extent of your injuries must be considered first. Injuries that result in pain and suffering, require medical treatment or necessitate time off from work may be serious enough to warrant a lawsuit.
For a personal injury lawsuit to be tenable, it is essential that another party is at least partially at fault for your injury. Our attorneys will examine this issue closely. Even in situations where you believe that you yourself are partially at fault, you may still have a case. Both Texas law and Louisiana law permit a finding of liability even if the plaintiff is partially at fault. In other situations, it may seem that no one is at fault. However, when an accident occurs, by definition, something went wrong. Negligence may arise from manufacturing defects, improper maintenance of equipment, improper training of personnel and from many other causes.
When an attorney with LaGarde Law Firm meets with you to discuss your situation, we will review all of these factors and tell you what to expect. We have decades of experience in personal injury law, and we know the elements that contribute to a winnable case. We do not receive a fee unless we obtain a favorable verdict or settlement for you, so you can be sure that we are motivated to fight for the compensation you deserve.
- Am I covered under the Jones Act?
- Can I pursue a wrongful death claim regarding my family member’s death?
- Can I receive compensation for a car accident or truck accident injury?
- Can I receive compensation for an oil rig injury?
- Can I receive compensation if I was injured by a product, such as a ladder or a power tool?
- Can I still receive compensation if I am partially responsible for my own injury?
- Do I have a personal injury case?
- Does Texas law require me to wear a motorcycle helmet?
- How much is my case worth?
- How much will it cost to hire a lawyer?
- How should I choose a lawyer?
- If I am injured while on someone else’s property, can I receive compensation?
- What are compensatory damages?
- What Are Mineral Rights?
- What can I do if someone is spreading false information about my business?
- What if I am not sure who is at fault for my injury?
- What if the person at fault for my accident is deceased?
- What is a “material” breach of contract under Texas law and why is it important?
- What Is a Wrongful Death Claim?
- What is my Houston personal injury case worth?
- What is repudiation of a contract?
- What is the Death on the High Seas Act?
- What is the difference between mediation and arbitration?
- What Is the Jones Act?
- What makes a trucking accident different from other auto accidents?
- What should I do after an accident or injury?
- What should I do if I am having trouble with a business insurance claim?
- What should I do if I feel that my insurance claim was unfairly denied?
- What should I do if I’m involved in a traffic accident?
- Who can file a wrongful death lawsuit in Louisiana?
- Who can file a wrongful death lawsuit in Texas?
- Will I have to testify in court for my personal injury case?
- Will my case have to go to trial?