Pedestrian Accidents Attorney William Barousse New Orleans, Louisiana
Are you are a Pedestrian and you have been in an accident, then contact New Orleans Attorney William Barousse to recover for your injuries. Pedestrians walking near a road or sidewalk place their trust in others to act in a reasonable manner. Unfortunately, this trust is often broken, and pedestrians are injured by another person. Experienced New Orleans attorney William Barousse is ready to help you recover for your injuries.
Mr. Barousse will use his personal injury litigation experience to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. You should hire Mr. Barousse to hold the defendant liable so you can recover the damages you are entitled to.
Who to Sue for a Pedestrian Accident in New Orleans:
When a car causes your injuries, you should sue the car driver. However, when a dangerous condition caused your injury, several parties may be liable. Meet with Mr. Barousse to determine who the appropriate party is to sue for your damages.
Under premises liability, you should start with the property owner as they are responsible for keeping their property safe. However, there are times when the owner hires a property manager or hires a contractor to perform work on the property. If a manager or contractor caused the dangerous condition, they could also be liable.
New Orleans Attorney William Barousse extensive experience with insurance companies and pedestrian accident 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 pedestrian case to trial in Louisiana.
Mr. Barousse’s career has focused on catastrophic injury, wrongful death, brain injuries, pedestrian, and car or truck accidents. His experience in these areas will help you in your own case.
Have you been injured by a vehicle? Pedestrian accidents are caused by cars and dangerous conditions existing on premises. Mr. Barousse has experience handling both situations.
Drivers have a duty to drive in a manner that avoids injuring other drivers and pedestrians. The driver breaches this duty when they unreasonably handle a car. As a result of unreasonable driving, the defendant is negligent, and therefore, they are responsible for the injuries they caused.
The reasonableness of the defendant's driving is measured against how the average person would have driven in similar circumstances. If the average person would have exercised more care while driving, the defendant likely acted unreasonably.
You can bring a lawsuit under premises liability if you are injured as a result of an unreasonably dangerous condition on another person's property, whether a sidewalk or other condition. The owner of the land has a duty to keep their property free from dangerous conditions of which they knew or should have known by exercising reasonable care. If you are injured due to unsafe premises conditions, you could hold the landowner responsible for their injuries.
Hire William Barousse to Recover for Your Brain Injury
You are entitled to damages for injuries caused by the defendant’s actions. Mr. Barousse earned his reputation as a successful lawyer through hard work, experience, and dedication to his clients. Hire William Barousse, and he will work to achieve the best result possible in your case.
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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.