Hammond Personal Injury Attorney
Hammond Louisiana is the largest city in Tangipahoa Parish and is located about forty five minutes Northwest of New Orleans. Southeastern Louisiana University is located there. It is intersected by Interstates 12 and 55 and as a result Hammond has become a transportation capital in Louisiana. Many large companies including Wal-Mart have distribution centers in and around Hammond. For this reason the city and surrounding areas are heavily trafficked with 18-wheeler and tractor trailer trucks transporting goods throughout the state.
Cueria Law Firm, LLC, has over 25 years of experience with personal injury law. Our New Orleans truck accident lawyer works tirelessly to help repair the damage a truck crash can cause to families and wants to help you get your life back also. We will work together to ensure that you receive the proper financial settlement. Our professional legal team is dedicated to pursuing claims for compensation by preparing an airtight case that can lead to favorable settlements and successful litigation outcomes. We handle all types of personal injury cases, including auto and trucking accidents, maritime and admiralty accidents, aviation, railroad, and motorcycle accidents.
On August 29, 2021, Hurricane Ida hit Hammond directly and this resulted in over 12 inches (300 mm) of rain, severe flash flooding, and significant wind damage to many homes and properties throughout the area. Hurricanes are a part of living in South Louisiana, and many residents have weathered their fair share of hurricanes. However, the impact of a direct hit from a large storm like Hurricane Ida left many Hammond residents with massive damage and in some cases total destruction of their homes and property.
These storms leave individuals and communities devastated, which can take an emotional and financial toll on those affected. Most homeowners along the coast are aware that insurance is a crucial part of the homeowner experience and often have to turn to their insurance companies after these disastrous storms. Your insurance will inform you whether your property is a total loss or not after a hurricane. However, insurance companies want to save money where they can. An experienced attorney can help make sure that you get the full value of your policy.