Brain Injuries Attorney William Barousse in New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans attorney William Barousse could help you recover damages for your brain injury. Brain injuries have the potential to significantly alter your life, perhaps even forever. If another person caused your brain injury, the law allows the victim to hold the defendant responsible. Mr. Barousse has experience handling brain injury cases like yours.
Causes of Brain Injuries in Louisiana
Brain injuries may be caused by another person’s negligence or intentional act and regardless of whether a defendant caused a brain injury accidentally or intentionally, you may be entitled to hold them responsible. To determine if you can hold a defendant liable for your brain injury, contact Mr. Barousse for a free evaluation of your case.
New Orleans Attorney William Barousse extensive experience with insurance companies and brain injury cases help to get the maximum compensation for your injuries.
Mr. Barousse’s trial experience helps his clients because other lawyers know that William is always ready and able to take a brain injury case to trial in Louisiana.
Mr. Barousse’s career has focused on catastrophic injury, wrongful death, brain injuries, and car or truck accidents. His experience in these areas will help you in your own case.
Types of Negligence and Intentional acts for Brain Injuries in Louisiana:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Slip and Falls
To prove negligence in Louisiana, the brain injury plaintiff must first establish the defendant owed them a duty. Every person has a duty to act with ordinary care or skill, so they do not cause harm to others. When a person acts unreasonably and causes an injury, they breached their duty. Once you establish the defendant’s breach of a duty, you must prove that the defendant’s breach caused our damages.
An intentional tort arises when a brain injury defendant in Louisiana intentionally commits a wrongful act against the victim. The defendant does not need to intend to harm the victim, merely that the defendant acted purposefully. To recover in Louisiana, you must establish the defendant’s intentional act caused your injury. Once it is proven the defendant’s intentional act caused your injury, the defendant is liable.
Brain injuries can be devastating and can cause your life to be changed forever. The damages available to you depend on the severity of the brain injury. Common brain injuries include:
- Traumatic brain injuries, which range from mild to severe. Mild TBIs may cause dizziness and short-term memory loss. Severe TBIs could result in long-term memory loss, and the victim may become unconscious or end up in a coma.
- Brain Aneurysm
- Brain Hemorrhage
Brain injuries can lead to physical and economic damages. As a result, you could recover economic and non-economic damages from the defendant. Mr. Barousse could help you obtain all of the damages caused by the defendant,
Economic damages arise from any costs or financial losses caused by the injury. Economic damages include medical bills, therapy, and lost wages. Plaintiff's non-economic damages cover your pain and suffering and loss of quality of life.
Hire William Barousse to Recover for Your Brain Injury
William Barousse has the litigation experience you need to help you recover damages for a brain injury. For a case evaluation, contact Mr. Barousse today. New Orleans Top Attorney William Barousse could help you recover damages for your injury.
Mr. Barousse is admitted to practice law in Louisiana and Texas state courts, all federal courts in Louisiana, and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
William A. Barousse, New Orleans Personal Injury Attorney
1100 Poydras St. Suite #2810
New Oleans, LA 70163
( 504) 517 – 3295
1100 Poydras St, Suite 2810, New Orleans, LA 70163
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Mr. Barousse has significant experiences in personal injury lawsuits involving catastrophic injury, wrongful death, brain injuries, and more. Contact William Barousse today for an evaluation of your case.