The Auto Accident Answers You Need
At Bruno & Bruno, we are here to answer your questions about auto accidents. With offices in New Orleans and Covington, Louisiana, we have been helping injured North Shore and South Shore clients for more than 60 years. We are here to help you.
Get The Answers You Need
The most important thing you can do after a motor vehicle accident in Louisiana is contact an attorney from Bruno & Bruno. We have been serving clients for more than 60 years and there is no charge to talk with an attorney about your case. 800-966-1335 (toll free).
- What should I do after an accident?
This is a common question. Learn what to do after an accident here, but the short answer is to get all the information you can, seek medical attention and call a lawyer right away.
- Should I accept an insurance company offer?
No. The insurance agent will likely make you an offer that seems generous, but bear in mind: No insurance company wants to pay a penny more than absolutely necessary. The odds are good that your case is worth a lot more than what you will get from the insurance company.
- What if I don’t have insurance or if the other driver doesn’t have insurance?
There are a number of sources available for compensation. When both parties have insurance, it makes the process of obtaining compensation easier, but there are other options available. An experienced attorney from our firm can find every source available to make sure you get the best compensation award possible.
- I am from out of state and got injured in an accident while in Louisiana. Can you take my case?
Yes. We regularly represent out-of-state clients injured in auto accidents in Louisiana.
- How much does it cost for your services?
At Bruno & Bruno, we take every case on contingency. This means that our fees are based on a percentage of what we win for you.
- What if we lose the case? How much will I owe?
Since our contingency fee is based on a percentage of what we win for you, if we lose, there is nothing from which to base a percentage. This means that if we do not win your case, you owe us nothing.