As of this writing, there were 15,209 new cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) reported in the U.S. with 201 reported dead, according to the Centers for Disease Control. As we learn more about this developing situation, schools across the nation have closed, businesses are shutting down, gatherings have been canceled, and sporting events are not taking place. If you had a court case for your car accident claim, or if you were in the process of making a car accident claim for your recent accident, you may be wondering what the next steps might be. The Brad Doyle Law Firm is a car accident law firm in Terrebonne and Houma, Louisiana that is here for our clients during this uncertain time. If you have a question about your pending case, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
This is the information we have as of this writing. According to KSLA News, most courts are closing their doors until April 10. The closure applies to non-essential court cases. Because many civil cases, like car accident claims or personal injury cases might be deemed non-essential, if you had an upcoming court case, it is likely that your case may have been rescheduled. If you had an upcoming court case in Houma or Terrebonne, Louisiana, reach out to the Brad Doyle Law Firm today. Our attorney is closely watching this situation and is here to provide you with the most up to date information we have regarding your case.
If you have a car accident claim, but the case hasn’t yet been filed in court, the good news is that many aspects of a personal injury claim can be handled outside of court. The Brad Doyle Law Firm can continue to negotiate with insurance adjusters regarding your settlement and can continue to negotiate with negligent parties to help you get the settlement you may deserve. If you are not feeling well or have a scheduled appointment at our office, please do not hesitate to reach out. In these uncertain times, the Brad Doyle Law Firm is here to take your phone calls and can hold meetings on the phone or via video conferencing, should the need arise.
If you have been recently hurt in a car accident, there are still steps you can take to protect your rights. Call the police and report the accident. Seek medical care if you are hurt. Contact your insurance company and report the accident. And, if you have any questions about your rights or about the next steps you can take, reach out to the Brad Doyle Law Firm, a car accident law firm in Houma and Terrebonne, Louisiana today. Or, connect with USAttorneys.com to get put in touch with our law firm today. We are all in this pandemic together, and our law firm is here to help you, if you have been hurt in a car accident or if you have questions about your car accident claim.