New Orleans Hit-and-Run Accident Attorney
An accident is scary enough; but where do you turn when a negligent driver left the scene of the accident?
If you or a family member has been injured in a hit-an-run accident, call locally at 504-525-2520 or contact our New Orleans law firm to arrange a free consultation with personal injury attorney James L. Arruebarrena.
James Arruebarrena is a skilled trial lawyer with extensive experience handling complex auto accident claims. He has successfully battled insurance companies in negotiations and in litigation to maximize compensation for our clients. He knows what it takes to obtain the best possible result, even in the most challenging situations involving hit-and-run accidents.
Baton Rouge Lawyer Handling Pedestrian Injury, Car Accident, Motorcycle Crash and Other Hit-and-Run Claims
Our firm handles hit-and-run accident claims involving all types of motor vehicle crashes:
- Pedestrian accident and bike accidents
- Side-swipe collisions
- T-bone accidents occurring when someone runs a red light
- Car accidents caused by a drunk driver
- Motorcycle accidents
- Any other situation where a driver leaves the scene of the accident
Someone leaving the scene of the accident presents the same challenges as when a negligent driver is underinsured or uninsured. It makes recovering compensation much more difficult. Fortunately, you can usually collect under your own insurance policy if you have uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage. Mr. Arruebarrena is experienced in handling uninsured and underinsured motorist claims and will work closely with you to recover the full compensation you need.
Contact our Personal Injury Firm
If you were injured in a hit-and-run accident, it may seem impossible to recover the compensation you need to take care of yourself and your family. Talk to an experienced New Orleans hit-and-run accident lawyer who can explain your options for a full recovery. Contact our New Orleans office to arrange a free and confidential consultation and case evaluation with James Arruebarrena.