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Strong Legal Help After A Rear-End Collision
A rear-end collision may be the most frustrating kind of car accident you can experience. When you were rear-ended, you may have been obeying the law by stopping at a crosswalk or stop light. The driver behind you, however, was not paying attention. The driver behind you may have been texting, talking on a cellphone or searching for something in the car.
But even though everyone knows who is at fault in the car wreck, a rear-end collision can involve you in a maze of paperwork. Whether by an attorney for the insurance company or an attorney for the other driver, your story is going to be challenged. Other parties do not challenge your story to show that it is false so much as to minimize the amount of money they may be required to pay you.
How We Will Build Your Case
For this reason, you need your own lawyer to represent you and protect your rights. The Law Office of Craig P. Hart will work with you to pursue all the benefits and proceeds to which you are entitled as a result of the accident. Attorney Craig P. Hart advises clients throughout the area in Louisiana served by Interstate 51 and Interstate 12, as well as Interstate 10 and Interstate 59. He is well-versed in the issues involved in rear-end collisions.
The firm will investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident to determine who caused it and from whom you may recover benefits. The firm will also involve experts to explain the extend and cost of your injuries to the judge and jury. While many times a settlement before trial meets and goals of his clients, attorney Craig P. Hart knows when the time has come to take the case to a judge. He will not let the insurance companies stall your case.
Contact An Experienced Attorney
Call attorney Craig P. Hart at 985-635-4177 or at toll free 800-210-8574 to make an appointment to discuss your case. You can also contact the law firm online. From our office in Covington, we help clients throughout St. Tammany Parish.