A government agency unjustly defamed my business, costing me millions of dollars in lost business. Don and his team fought tirelessly against the agency and their insurers, and in the end the opposition capitulated, and compensated me for the losses they had caused my company. Don’s persistence, creativity, and attention to detail carried the day.
How do I choose the personal injury lawyer that’s right for me?
The most important thing is to choose a firm that has a record of litigating and winning accident cases. Many personal injury lawyers avoid going to trial and just try to settle cases quickly. Insurance companies know this and don’t offer big settlements. At the de Boisblanc Law Firm, our personal injury attorneys have obtained judgments that exceeded one million dollars. We’re not afraid to go to trial, and we’ll fight hard to get you every dollar you deserve for your medical bills, lost wages, property damage, and your pain and suffering.
How do I pay for legal services?
In Louisiana, personal injury lawyers are usually paid on a contingency fee basis. At the the de Boisblanc Law Firm, no recovery means no fee, no costs, or expenses, unless we get money for you.
How long will it take to get a fair settlement offer?
In Louisiana, personal injury lawsuits can vary in length from weeks to years in some instances. The attorneys at the de Boisblanc Law Firm will thoroughly investigate your claim to make sure you get all the money you deserve as quickly as possible.
Will I have to go to court?
If the insurance company agrees to pay what we believe your case is worth, and you decide to settle for that amount, then you don’t have to go to court. We take going to court very seriously, and we use our on-site state of the art mock jury courtroom to prepare for trials.
What are general damages?
In Louisiana, general damages include past and future pain and suffering, past and future mental anguish, past and future loss of enjoyment of life, loss of consortium, and permanent disability of the body.
What are special damages?
In Louisiana, special damages include property damage, rental expenses, loss of use, past and future medical expenses, past and future lost wages, and loss of earning capacity.
"Every time I see a little bit better and eye pressure remains good I yell out "Thank you, Dr Rubio! Thank you, Donald!" I'm back at Ochsner Eye Clinic - Seeing you "got" me the money I can go to a good eye clinic. You made my life easier. I thank you and your father, many times over and often!"