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Posted on Aug 16, 2019 in Personal Injury If you are involved in a car accident and your car sustains no major damage will it affect the outcome of your personal injury case? This is a common myth in the realm of personal injury. Damage to your vehicle and damage to your bodily person are unique factors in an accident, and you can seek legal compensation for either or both. If you were involved in…
Posted on Aug 5, 2019 in Uncategorized Bloom Legal is thrilled to announce that the winner of this year’s Annual Bloom Legal Scholarship is Samantha Davis! Scholarship recipient Samantha Davis with her family Samantha will be attending the University of Illinois Springfield in the fall, and Bloom is happy to play a part in helping her achieve her aspirations of being a teacher and mentor! Below, read Samantha’s winning essay. Congrats Samantha! Annual Bloom Legal…
Posted on Aug 1, 2019 in Personal Injury When a personal injury in Louisiana occurs due to someone else’s fault, the victim usually has a right to obtain compensation for their damages and losses suffered. The two primary ways to get compensated by the at-fault party include entering into an out-of-court personal injury settlement or going ahead with a civil lawsuit to collect damages through a court verdict. While it is always possible that a…
Posted on Jul 24, 2019 in Personal Injury What happens if you lose a personal injury claim? It is a concern lots of people have in the wake of an accident or injury. Without a settlement, how will you afford to pay your medical bills, to fix your car or property? How will you make up for lost wages if you were forced to miss work? Expenses can pile up fast following an injury. If…
Posted on Jul 18, 2019 in Criminal Defense In the internet age, it’s harder than ever to clear your criminal record. A quick Google search for criminal background checks will produce a plethora of private companies and websites offering the service. People pay these services a lot of money to get reports ran on people. It’s a bigtime business with little overhead. It’s no wonder there are so many background checkers out there, and new…
Posted on Jul 9, 2019 in Personal Injury, Traffic No one plans to get in a car accident, but if it does happen, the best thing you can do for yourself is be prepared! As people who deal with the unfortunate ramifications of car and truck accidents every day,  as well as members of the community, we want to make New Orleans the safest city it can be. That’s why we created our spectacular,…
Posted on Jul 5, 2019 in Personal Injury Personal injuries can be physically, emotionally, and financially devastating. It is natural to feel angry and victimized when the injury occurred due to another’s fault. You may seek legal representation from a competent personal injury attorney in New Orleans to recover your rightful compensation. However, in some situations, the lawyer may refuse to accept your personal injury case. Here are four probable reasons why a personal injury…
Posted on Jun 28, 2019 in Uncategorized If you live long enough and you drive long enough, odds are you’ll get into a car wreck, even through no fault of your own. If and when you do, hopefully it won’t be serious, no one will be severely injured, and you won’t need the services of a New Orleans car accident lawyer. But car crashes and injuries from those accidents are a sad reality for…
Posted on Jun 21, 2019 in Personal Injury If you have been injured due to the harm or negligence of someone else, you are likely due compensation for your injuries.  However, taking on the insurance companies by yourself can be a tall order. Insurance companies have tried and true techniques for minimizing the cost they pay out in settlements. The fact of the matter is, they are a business and they are trying to make…
Posted on Jun 13, 2019 in Personal Injury, Traffic A new bill advancing through the Louisiana legislature would make it illegal to hold your cell phone while driving. The legislation is intended to make driving safer for everyone by cutting down on distracted driving. In Louisiana, it is already illegal to text and drive. However, for law enforcement this can sometimes be difficult to properly enforce. The proposed ban would help police more…