Car Accident Injury Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) in Louisiana
Auto Accident Insurance Questions
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Why should I hire a lawyer when I can negotiate directly with the insurance company and avoid paying any attorney’s fees?
What should I say to the insurance adjuster after my Louisiana car accident?
What should I do if the insurance company offers me a check right away?
What happens if I am injured in Louisiana by an at-fault driver who doesn't have auto insurance?
What happens if the other driver involved in the accident is not insured or has minimal coverage?
The auto insurance company's attorney says my injury was pre-existing. How do I prove it was not?
Should I speak with a lawyer before cooperating with the other party's insurance company after a Louisiana auto accident case?
Should I sign a waiver allowing the insurance company to gain access to my medical records following my Louisiana car accident?
Should I negotiate with the insurance adjuster myself without the help of an attorney in order to settle my Louisiana auto accident case?
If I was injured in a Louisiana car accident, but do not have insurance, can I still sue and recover for my injuries?
Do I need to call the police, or can I just exchange insurance and license information with the other driver after a car accident?
Do I need an attorney for my Louisiana auto accident case if the insurance company seems to be cooperating?
Do I have to give a recorded statement to the insurance company in a Louisiana auto accident case?
After a car accident, should I notify my own insurance company, even if it was not my fault?
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