Car Accident Injury Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) in Louisiana
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I can no longer have relations with my wife as a result of my car accident injury. Can she sue for loss of consortium?
What is a wrongful death action?
Who can bring a lawsuit on behalf of someone killed in a car accident?
What should you do if you have lost a loved one in an accident?
What if the truck driver who hit me in Louisiana had been drinking before the truck accident?
What if my attorney wants to settle my Louisiana auto accident case, but I want to go to trial, or vice versa?
What is the statute of limitations to bring a Louisiana auto accident case?
What is the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death claim?
What if more that one driver was at fault for my Louisiana car accident?
What if I have been injured by a friend or a loved one’s fault?
What if I am upside down on the loan for my car and I am involved in a car accident in Louisiana?
What does 'comparative negligence' mean when determining who is liable for a Louisiana traffic accident?
What are trucking accidents and how are truck accidents different from regular car accidents?
Is there a time limit to file my Louisiana car accident lawsuit?
Is a car making a left turn always at fault for a Louisiana car accident?
How much is a Louisiana wrongful death case worth?
How is a Louisiana wrongful death claim different from a survival action?
Do I still have a claim against another driver for my injuries sustained in a Louisiana car accident if I received a ticket?
Are employers responsible for car accidents caused by their employees?
Are there alternatives to going to court in a Louisiana auto accident case?
Are there parties other than the at-fault driver against whom I can take legal action in a Louisiana auto accident case?
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