Shreveport Personal Injury Lawyer

Personal Injury Lawyers in Shreveport, LA

According to the Centers for Disease Control, “unintentional injury” is the leading cause of death among individuals aged 1 to 44 years of age. Car crashes, slip and falls, and other accidents can result in serious injury leading to death, long-term disability, missed time from work, and lifestyle changes. If you or a loved has been injured due to the neglect or negligence of another person or party, you may be entitled to seek damages for your medical bills, rehabilitation expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering damages.

You may only have a limited amount of time to make a claim for a personal injury resulting from a car accident, slip and fall, or other accident. Louisiana’s statute of limitations gives personal injury victims and their families only one year to make a claim for an injury or accident. Contact the qualified Shreveport, LA personal injury attorneys at Campbell, House & Cummins today to learn more about your options and rights.

What is My Personal Injury Claim Worth?

 According to the American Bar Association, personal injury damages can compensate you for medical costs, rehabilitation expenses, lost wages, future wage losses, future medical care, and for pain and suffering. Every personal injury case is unique and the value of your claim will depend on many different factors. The Shreveport personal injury attorneys at Campbell, House, & Cummins can review the facts of your case, review your losses, and offer you and your family a fair estimate of the value of your claim. Here are some factors our personal injury lawyers will consider:

  • Negligence of the other party. Under Louisiana law, individuals are permitted to seek a recovery for their losses, regardless of fault. However, the amount of money you can recover for your injuries will be reduced by your percentage of fault. This means that if you were in a car accident and the other driver was found to be 80% at fault, you will be permitted to collect 80% of the damages for your injuries. Even if the other party’s fault was low, there are instances where you may still want to seek damages. For example, let’s say a person was seriously injured and medical costs are $1 million, and the other party was found to be only 5% at fault. The injured party can still seek damages for $50,000. For a family struggling to make ends meet after an accident, this recovery can still be quite significant. The personal injury lawyers at Campbell, House & Cummins in Shreveport, LA can take the time to review the specific details of your case and fight to make a strong case to show why the other party was negligent after an accident. Negligence is ultimately an assessment that will be made by a judge or jury. Having a strong case and a qualified lawyer to argue your case can make a huge difference.
  • Medical costs and rehabilitation expenses. After you or a loved one has suffered an injury, you and your family may be facing high medical bills and costs. Some families forget, however, that future medical bills and rehabilitation expenses could also be covered in a personal injury lawsuit. The lawyers at Campbell, House & Cummins can speak to experts and estimate the value of future medical costs and expenses.
  • Lost wages and future lost wages. If you have been injured or disabled after an accident, you may have already missed time from work. The personal injury lawyers at Campbell, House & Cummins in Shreveport, LA can review pay stubs and help you seek compensation for the time you’ve already missed from work. However, if you have been disabled or seriously injured, you may need to take time from work in the future or may be unable to work. Our attorneys can estimate the value of this lost work and productivity and help you seek damages for these losses.
  • Pain and suffering. The most subjective figure your personal injury lawyer will need to estimate involves pain and suffering damages. Pain and suffering damages are based upon the cost of your medical expenses. Your medical costs will be multiplied by another number, known as a “multiplier,” which often ranges from 1.5 to 5, but can sometimes be higher for very serious injuries. This figure will then be an estimate of pain and suffering damages you will seek. The multiplier in the formula your lawyer will use will depend on many factors. In general, the more serious your injuries, the higher the multiplier will be. However, even if your injuries are minor, your lifestyle before your accident must also be considered. For example, an elite athlete who suffers a sprain or a broken bone from a car accident, will suffer more than a person who sits at work all day. Similarly, a coach or a manual laborer who suffers a broken bone will experience more loss from the injury than a person who lives a more sedentary life.

If you’ve been hurt in a car accident, slip and fall accident, or other accident in Shreveport, LA contact the personal injury lawyers at Campbell, House & Cummins today. Our attentive and compassionate attorneys will take the time to understand your unique situation and will fight to help you get the maximum possible compensation permissible under the law.

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Seek Justice Today for Your Personal Injury Losses

 Personal injuries can impact not just a victim, but the victim’s family. The aftermath of an accident can be confusing and stressful for all people impacted or touched by the accident. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury after a car accident, slip and fall, or other injury, you may only have a limited amount of time to seek justice and damages for your injuries and losses. Contact the personal injury lawyer Shreveport at Campbell, House & Cummins today. Our attentive and caring lawyers are here for you. You don’t have to navigate the complicated legal process following an accident alone.

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G. MENNON CAMPBELL, JR., is a former Assistant District Attorney in the Fourth Judicial District of Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. Born and raised in Monroe, Louisiana, he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He obtained his Juris Doctorate and diploma from the Mississippi College School of Law in 2008.

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WADE L. HOUSE, is a native of Oak Grove, Louisiana. He graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Southern University Law Center in 2010 as a Magna Cum Laude graduate.

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