New Orleans Multi-Vehicle Accident Lawyer
Multi-Vehicle Accidents in Louisiana
Multi-vehicle accidents, which are also known as "chain-reaction accidents" or "pile-ups," occur when two or more vehicles, such as trucks, cars, motorcycles, and buses are involved in a wreck. In 2013, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation's Fatality Reporting System, 44 percent of the 703 fatal automobile accidents involved multiple vehicles.
The most common examples of multi-vehicle accidents happen when:
- One driver rear ends another, thereby causing the vehicle that is rear-ended to rear-end the vehicle in front.
- One or more vehicles crash onto a busy road, thus forcing the surrounding vehicles to strike other vehicles because they are unable to stop in time.
- A vehicle is struck forcefully and then pushed into another lane, causing an accident that involves oncoming traffic in that lane.
These types of situations frequently happen when bad weather is present (rain, snow, fog), when driving at high speeds in high-traffic situations, or when rubbernecking occurs. At the Voorhies Law Firm, our experienced legal team is dedicated to representing those individuals who have suffered severe injuries in multi-vehicle accidents.
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Often, when a multi-accident occurs, everyone points a finger at everyone else. It is not as simple as to just blame the person who crashed into you. Rather, it is imperative to determine exactly whose negligent actions caused the accident to happen. If none of those involved come forward and admits being the cause of the accident, the only way in which to resolve the issue is, then, to file a lawsuit. Our New Orleans auto accident attorneys are committed to protecting your rights so that you can obtain the compensation that you deserve.
Damages that are often recoverable are:
- Past and future medical bills
- Past and future lost earning capacity
- Past and future loss of income
- Past and future physical impairment
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage
Based on their own opinions, insurance companies will do whatever it takes to deny your claim because "the other driver" is at fault. They will prepare themselves for the lawsuit that is ahead of them by gathering information, getting your statement, and making the whole legal process as difficult as it can possibly be. Because we have experience in insurance litigation, our legal team possesses the knowledge necessary to handle the claims' process. We are more than capable of helping you to navigate through the claims' process in order to determine the at-fault party.
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