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Car Accidents Have More Than One Victim

Every driver has experienced a minor fender bender at some point. After these incidents, you and other driver probably exchanged insurance information and went about one’s day. But if you survived a serious car crash, you must now cope with painful physical recovery, expensive medical bills and other traumatic issues.

At Downs Law Firm, we help clients in the Bastrop area who were injured in car wrecks. We know that crashes can take a devastating toll on you and your family. Our team of attorneys will strive to help you recover compensation for damages such as:

  • Medical bills from the hospital or urgent care
  • Ongoing medical treatment
  • Lost wages
  • Auto repairs
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of companionship or consortium

As a skilled trial attorney, Mr. Downs will aggressively seek a favorable settlement. If the negligent party does not offer the settlement you deserve, he can pursue your case in court.

Helping Your Family Recover

Car accidents affect your whole family, even if they were not in the vehicle. The cost of vehicle repair, medical bills and other damages can limit your ability to provide for your family. The stress of communicating with the insurance company, seeking medical treatment, determining liability and paying your mounting bills detracts from the time you spend with your family.

At Downs Law Firm, we care for you as if you were a member of our own family. We will help you make the decisions that are best for your entire family’s well-being. We wish not only to help you recover compensation for your damages, but also to help your family emerge from the accident stronger than ever.

Talk With A Car Accident Lawyer – Free Consultations

You and your family deserve monetary compensation to help with your damages. Downs Law Firm can help you fight for the compensation you need. To schedule a free consultation at one of our locations in Bastrop or Monroe, call 318-284-8551 or send us an email. We serve northeast Louisiana as well as Arkansas and Mississippi.