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Single Vehicle Accidents


Single-Vehicle Accidents

Were You Injured in a Car Accident? Call the Voorhies Law Firm Right Away!

A large number of auto accidents involve only one vehicle. There is, then, some confusion as to what the next steps should be. Will your insurance policy cover your accident and provide for you the full amount of compensation necessary? Will you be required to pay a higher premium as a result of the accident?

Just because you were involved in an accident does not automatically mean that it was your fault. Single-vehicle accidents can occur for any number of reasons that are beyond your control. If you were injured in a single-vehicle accident, and you feel that you need to find compensation, we urge you to contact us at the Voorhies Law Firm as soon as possible. Our New Orleans car wreck attorneys will guide you through the legal processes in order to help you to obtain the maximum recovery.

What Happens in a Single-Vehicle Accident?

Single-vehicle accidents occur when a driver collides with another object, for example, a tree, a center divider, a guardrail, or any other fixtures on the road. This can happen for any number of reasons, some of which are not always your fault. In fact, there are many factors that can lead to these kinds of accidents.

The most common causes of single-vehicle accidents include:

  • Slippery roads due to rain or snow
  • Construction zones
  • Bad weather conditions
  • Sun glare
  • Bumpy, poorly maintained roads
  • Fallen debris
  • Defective auto products

You can file a claim for compensation against those who are responsible for defective auto parts and/or bad road conditions. We urge you to contact our New Orleans car accident lawyers because these types of claims may be handled by a special set of laws, including product liability or claims with the government agencies in charge of the maintaining of our roadways.

Get Former Insurance Defense Lawyers on Your Case at The Voorhies Law Firm.

As former insurance defense attorneys, we at the Voorhies Law Firm are aware of how insurance adjusters think. They will use every argument imaginable in order to deny liability for an accident. Fortunately, we at Voorhies Law Firm know how to work around this. We use our knowledge of the laws, and we take a sophisticated approach to building strategic and practical injury claims. We are committed to helping our clients to find compensation if they have been hurt due to negligence. Furthermore, when you retain our services, you will not pay any fees unless we can find you compensation.

Contact The Voorhies Law Firm today and let’s discuss your case in a free consultation.

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If you have been involved in a single vehicle accident and need to take swift legal action against an  insurance company, call or email us for a free consultation. It is important to contact us as soon as possible since most auto accident claims must be handled within one (1) year of the date of the accident.

Whether you are located in Morgan City, Houma, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Franklin, New Iberia, or a low-lying area of Louisiana, The Voorhies Law Firm can properly handle your case.


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