Women Identified in Fatal Shreveport Car Crash
KSLA.com published a story following up on an accident that took place on December 2nd. Shreveport Police were notified of a motor vehicle collision on Interstate 49 around 9:20 p.m. on Thursday, Dec.2. The accident occurred around I-49 south just north of the Hollywood /Pierremont exit. Following the accident, 81-year-old Mary Adams was taken to a Shreveport hospital where she later succumbed to her injuries. Shreveport Police are still investigating the accident.
Our law firm extends our hearts and prayers to the victim and their family. During the holiday season accidents tend to increase. Sadly, a lot of accidents during the winter months turn tragic. Our law firm can help you and your family after losing a loved one in an auto accident. It may be possible for us to file a wrongful death case. While no amount of money can replace your loved one, we can help you financial prepare for their surviving family members.
Read today’s blog about fatal auto accident injury claims, watch the videos attached, or call us now at (318) 561-2500 if you want to talk to a Shreveport car accident lawyer.
Shreveport Auto Accident Injury Lawyers
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During the winter months the holidays bring with it lots of joy, and also, lots of potential risks. From over indulging at holiday parties and dangerous winter road conditions, accidents can and will happen. Now, sometimes vehicle accidents end in simple “fender-benders” with little to no injuries. If you find yourself walking away from an accident unscathed, be thankful. There are times where accidents turn tragic. If your family is grieving the loss of a loved one due to the negligent actions of someone else, call our law firm.
Our Shreveport auto accident injury lawyers can explore filing a wrongful death claim on behalf of your lost loved one. However, these types of cases are difficult in nature. Let’s explore more about wrongful death claims and how we may be able to help you achieve the financial justice deserved after losing a loved one due to the carless actions of another driver.
Filing a Wrongful Death Claim After Losing a Loved One in an Auto Accident
Wrongful death claims are very difficult to win. In the scope of personal injury law, wrongful death cases may be the toughest cases to take on. However, the auto accident injury attorneys at Neblett, Beard & Arsenault have been successful in complex litigation cases for over 40 years. We’ve won numerous 7 figure settlements, and most of all, we understand how to build and manage wrongful death claims. If you’ve lost a loved one in a vehicle related crash, and you wish to pursue a possible wrongful death claim, call us.
Automobile Accidents And Wrongful Death Claims
In cases of wrongful death due to a traffic accident, there are various types of evidence that should be preserved, as well as witnesses to the accident to interview before time passes and memories fade. The statute of limitations allows for a limited time of only one year to file a wrongful death claim. It is imperative that the process begin as early as possible after the tragic loss.
Many of the deaths in Louisiana involve car or vehicle accidents. Our Shreveport car crash injury lawyers know how to handle complex cases. Call us at (318) 561-2500 to learn more about how you can protect the surviving family members of a loved one who has lost their life due to the negligence of another.
Shreveport Car Accident Attorney Wes Gralapp
Wesley J. Gralapp was born in Gulfport, MS, and spent his formative years growing up on River Road along the banks of the Mississippi River in Reserve, LA. Reserve is a small, close-knit town that follows a special tradition of building Christmas bonfires on the levee of the mighty Mississippi to light the way for Papa Noel each Christmas season. Family and friends gather along the river on Christmas Eve to share gumbo, socialize at the bonfires, and finish off the evening with Midnight Mass at St. Peter’s Church on River Road.
Growing up, Wes’ dad Captain Brownie was either working as a charter boat fishing captain on the Better N’ Better, or a tugboat captain on the Mrs. Betsie. Naturally, Wes came to love being on the water whether it be at the beach or on a boat. Fishing and relaxing at the water’s edge is something Wes is fond of and has passed on to his children. Upon moving to Central Louisiana and discovering duck hunting in the rice fields, Wes became an avid duck hunter. Of course, Wes bleeds the purple and gold of the LSU Fighting Tigers and rarely misses the opportunity to watch a game with family and friends.