LOUISIANA Personal Injury LAW

Chris Faucheux is entirely focused on Personal Injury cases and personally committed to helping you. Because Chris is focused on this practice area, he is a highly qualified personal injury lawyer. Over his career, he has secured millions of dollars for his clients in personal injury cases. For your 100% free case evaluation just call Chris.

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Serious Injuries Cause Serious Problems


Serious injuries have the potential to cause major disruption in your life. You can lose your job and suffer monetary damages. You can also experience severe pain, suffering, emotional trauma, and PTSD as a result of an injury. These problems can require extensive medical treatment, special care and services, counseling, and numerous other issues.


It can be tempting to take a small settlement from the insurance company, but you should never settle your case unless you’re being fairly compensated for the damages you sustained in the accident. If you enter into a full & final settlement it will be difficult and quite possibly impossible to reassert any rights in the future. Often, the most important decision an injured party makes after an accident is deciding which lawyer to hire to represent their interest.  Chris Faucheux has a long record of success on injury cases. Chris will make sure that your rights are protected and that you receive fair compensation for your losses.

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Personal Attention


You don’t need a lawyer who is glancing at your case amidst hundreds of files on his desk. You need a lawyer who is personally committed to you and your case. Chris gives his entire focus, his complete expertise, and his total commitment to every client who comes through his door. If you’ve been injured and need help, just call Chris.


The fundamental principle of tort liability in Louisiana is that "every act whatever of man that causes damage to another obliges him by whose fault it happened to repair it." LSA-C.C. Art. 2315. This essentially means that you are responsible for any damages you cause when you do not exercise reasonable care under the circumstances. This law is expanded upon in situations involving wrongful deaths and criminal activity.

proving Liability in Louisiana

To establish liability in Louisiana, you must prove cause-in-fact causation. Under the duty-risk approach to determining tort liability, the court first determines whether the defendant's conduct was a cause-in-fact of the plaintiff's damages. The plaintiff bears the burden of proving a causal relationship between the injuries sustained and the accident at issue. The plaintiff (injured party) must prove causation by a preponderance of the evidence.

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Due Louisiana's statutes of limitations, you have a certain length of time to file a claim for personal injury damages. The time varies by the type of case but is usually one year from the date of the accident. Time flies by quickly, don’t wait until it’s too late to get the compensation you are owed. Call Chris today for a 100% free consultation.

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