Destrehan Personal Injury Attorneys
The city of Destrehan is located in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana. In the 2010 census the population of the city was close to 12,000 residents. The city is located on the Mississippi River and is rich in history and beautiful places to visit. The Destrehan Plantation is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a popular plantation house for tourist to visit to learn about the Civil War Era. The main house of the plantation has been restored and is one of the main attractions along the Mississippi River.
The Cardone Law Firm has combined legal experience of over 70 years. We have a statewide legal practice and have handled many accident cases in the Destrehan area as well as the towns and villages nearby. Our clients reside in Ama, Bayou Gauche, Boutte, Des Allemands, Hahnville, Killona, Luling, Montz, New Sarpy, Norco, Parades, St. Rose and Taft.
St. Charles Parish had over 500 motor vehicle accidents in 2017. These crashes produced over 800 different bodily injuries which could range from cuts and bruises to spinal cord or even brain injuries. In 2017 alone there were 10 fatalities caused by car crashes.
From our office in the bustling Warehouse District of New Orleans, the lawyers in our firm have been diligently serving clients in all of these areas since 1949. Whether your case is a result of a car, bus or truck crash, a breach of a medical standard, slip/trip and fall or building collapse, we have the team resources and experience to see to it that the responsible parties are held legally liable for their careless actions and poor judgment. We solve problems for our clients and provide practical solutions for all who entrust us with the task of representing them. We will be your voice so you can focus on your physical and mental recovery.File a Negligence Lawsuit
Typically, folks injured in automobile crashes suffer injuries which give rise to medical bills, lost wages, property damage, loss of enjoyment of life (time away from hobbies, recreational and social activities) pain and emotional distress.
In the common event that the responsible insurance company won't pay your claim, you must sue the liable person, business or insurance carrier in order to recover for his losses. To prove carelessness, you must establish that the liable party owed you a duty of care. A driver of an automobile owes other drivers and pedestrians a duty to follow the rules of the road. You must prove that the defendant breached that duty and the breach caused the actual damages claimed. Usually that involves a doctors testimony that directly links the accident to the injury you've suffered
Often times, more than one person is to blame for the crash resulting in injuries. In Louisiana that burden of paying the damages is shared proportionately by the persons at fault.
Cliff Cardone understands that when you are looking for an attorney you are seeking someone to guide you through the legal process and, at the same time, avoid the pitfalls that may surely come about. That is why he has dedicated his career to fighting for people in their struggles securing the best possible financial recovery. PHONE CARDONE at 1-888-892-2736 or 1-504-522-3333 or you can fill out our on-line contact form to receive quick feedback from Mr. Cardone or from one of his professional legal assistants concerning your case.