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Month: November 2018

28 Nov

Why Your Car Accident Injury May Have Occurred

In Louisiana, the following driver in a rear-end collision is presumed to be at fault for causing the crash. The following driver can only avoid liability and rebut this presumption by proving that he kept his vehicle under control, closely…

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26 Nov

The Personal Touch with Injured Clients

Before the holidays, we discussed one of our client’s automobile collision cases and talked about the legal assistant assigned to that case. In that blog, the idea of a “home visit” was mentioned. This week, we want to explain that…

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19 Nov

Personal Injury Firm Sleeps Out on the Street With Covenant House New Orleans

Last Thursday night, GCJ’s Metairie branch showed their solidarity with the homeless or struggling youth of New Orleans in a fundraiser hosted by Covenant House called the Sleep Out. The young men and women on the streets of the greater…

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13 Nov

Voir Dire: How to Ensure Fair Trials for Injured Clients

“Voir dire” is a phrase that American courts have borrowed from French and Latin, and it can be roughly translated to mean “speak the truth.” In the American justice system, we use the phrase “voir dire” to refer to the…

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12 Nov

How to Recover From Physical and Mental Injuries

One of GCJ’s current auto collision cases involves a client who was injured in a car accident with her children. While our client was making a legal left turn, another vehicle proceeded and hit our client’s car head on. The…

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9 Nov

Caring for Injured Loved Ones with Traumatic Brain Injury

Our personal injury firm sees clients with burns, amputations, and paralysis. Some of the worst and most challenging injuries we see are traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs. This week we want to talk a little bit about how to help…

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9 Nov

Violating Safety Rules Can Lead to Severe Injury

“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” A form of the Golden Rule can be found in every major religion, and it is universally understood across disparate cultures and nationalities. The same cannot be said for…

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$23,500,000.00+

Jury verdict in oilfield personal injury

$5,000,000.00

Jury verdict in wrongful death of a pedestrian

$4,750,000.00

Settlement of wrongful death automobile collision

$4,000,000.00+

Bench trial verdict in motorcycle collision

$4,000,000.00+

Jury verdict in action regarding falling luggage from overhead airplane compartment

$3,700,000.00

Jury verdict in single car hydroplaning crash

$3,000,000.00

Settlement of oilfield personal injury

$2,900,000.00+

Jury verdict in automobile collision personal injury

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