Baton Rouge Car Accident Lawyer
So, you may have taken a few steps on your own like ordering the accident report from the Baton Rouge City Police. You have discovered that the car insurance company is giving you the run around on your Baton Rouge Car Accident. Hire Lavis Law Car Accident Law Firm and let us help you calculate and your claims for property damage total loss and diminished value and also assist with claims for bodily injury including claims for lost wages, earning capacity and pain and suffering. The Consultation is Free. We work on a contingency fee basis and handle the below types of car accidents and more.
Live Interactive Map of Baton Rouge Car Accidents
Table of Contents
- Bar Graph of Baton Rouge Car Accidents
- Density Map of Baton Rouge Car Accidents
- Density Map of Baton Rouge Hit & Run Accidents
- How to Pick Up My Accident Report from City of Baton Rouge
- How to Pick Up An Accident Report from Louisiana State Police?
- How to Read A Baton Rouge Accident Report For Fault & Injuries?
- 2019 Baton Rouge Metropolitan Statistical Area Crash Data
- The Danger of Automobile Accidents
- How a Baton Rouge Car Accident Lawyer Can Help You
- Resolving a Car Accident Case in Baton Rouge
- Speak with a Baton Rouge Car Accident Lawyer
- Read What Our Clients Have To Say
LOOK AT THIS BAR GRAPH OF 2020 BATON ROUGE CAR ACCIDENTS BY TYPE OF ACCIDENT THROUGH JULY, 2020
Of the 170,295 Baton Rouge Traffic Incidents, there were 66,236 Rear-End Collisions, 24,953 Right Angle (T-Bone) Accidents, 24,847 Sideswipe Same Side Accidents, 10,173 Left Turn Accidents, 5,845 Right Turn Accidents, 1,996 Sideswipe Opposite Side and Accidents 1,591 Head On Collisions.
LOOK AT THIS ACCIDENT DENSITY MAP OF 2020 BATON ROUGE CAR ACCIDENTS
Car Accidents Through July, 2020
The above map shows all 170,295 reported accidents in Baton Rouge from January 1, 2020 to through July, 2020. The red areas are where accidents happen more frequently.
LOOK AT THIS 2020 HIT & RUN CAR ACCIDENT DENSITY MAP FOR 2020 BATON ROUGE HIT & RUN ACCIDENTS
This map shows 31,238 reported Hit & Run accidents out of a total of 170,295 Baton Rouge Traffic Incidents from January 1, 2020 through the end of July, 2020. Over 18% of all reported Baton Rouge Car Accidents are Hit & Run Accidents. The black areas are where Hit & Run accidents happen more frequently. This disturbing trend may be due in part to those unlawfully fleeing the accident scene because they dropped or failed to get car insurance due to the economic circumstances caused by the COVID-19
How to Pick Up My Accident Report from City of Baton Rouge In Person Or Order By Mail?
Traffic Crash Reports may be picked up at Police Headquarters at the address below during normal business hours, 8 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday. The reports will be available 10 working days after the accident.
To request reports by mail:
Baton Rouge City Police
Attn.: Traffic Records
9000 Airline Highway
Baton Rouge, LA 70815
Include the incident’s file/report number, $7.50 per report and $1 per Driver/witness statements. For more information, contact the Traffic Records Division at 225-389-3878.
How to Pick Up An Accident Report from Louisiana State Police?
How to Read A Baton Rouge Accident Report For Fault & Injuries?
See Free Sample Accident Report Below To Check For Errors.
Is Your Injury Listed? What Ambulance Service Did You Take?
Was Your Injury Recorded?
Who is at fault? Who Got the Ticket? Is the Report Accurate?
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Car accident injuries can be serious and sometimes deadly. Trauma from car accidents is a leading cause of death among all age groups, but especially young people. Car accidents are also a top cause of traumatic brain injury, spinal cord damage and other serious or even permanent harm to your health. When a car accident occurs, it is important to determine who was at fault for the collision. If someone else was at fault, a Baton Rouge car accident lawyer can help you to pursue a claim and obtain compensation. Lavis Law has extensive experience representing injured clients and we can put our legal knowledge to work on your accident case. Call today to speak with a member of our legal team for a free evaluation of your claim.
When you pursue a claim for compensation after a car accident, you must determine who to take legal action against. It is common for automobile accident victims to sue another driver who was responsible for the accident because he drove dangerously. However, a negligent motorist may not be the only party to blame. You could also take legal action against the driver’s employer if he was on the job, the manufacturer of a defective car or its parts, or even road designers or those responsible for road maintenance if there was a problem with the road. A car accident lawyer in Baton Rouge will assist you in determining who was to blame for your wreck. Your attorney will then file a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit against the defendants who are liable to you for your losses.
While some car accident claims are resolved in court, many cases end up settling before they go to trial. If the defendant’s insurance company accepts that the policyholder is at fault for the collision, the insurer may wish to negotiate to pay you compensation for losses in exchange for your giving up your right to sue. Insurance companies sometimes try to pressure claimants to settle for less than the total amount of money they deserve. You should not accept an inadequate settlement, especially without talking to a lawyer. Once you have agreed to settle your case, you cannot change your mind. In exchange for the payout of compensation, you will need to sign a waiver of liability. A Baton Rouge car accident lawyer at Lavis Law can and can help you determine the value of your case and negotiate with the insurer on your behalf to help get a fair settlement. If no settlement agreement is possible, you will be represented in court by a top-notch legal professional with litigation experience.
You don’t deserve to face financial hardship because of a car accident that someone else caused. Call Lavis Law today to speak with a Baton Rouge car accident lawyer who will do everything possible to ensure you are fully compensated for medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, emotional distress or wrongful death.
Your consultation is free and you do not pay legal fees for representation unless we recover compensation for your car accident injuries.