Other Types of Accidents
Common Types of Accidents & Injuries
Accidents of all kinds occur every day. Shreveport city streets and roads include a mix of many different factors that can lead to bicycle accidents,
bus accidents and
pedestrian accidents involving light passenger vehicles as well as heavy, high-powered commercial vehicles . All of these accidents can cause untold damage in a collision or other car accident. Each of these different types of accidents has their own likelihood for
personal injury depending on the protection available to the drivers or passengers, and the specifics of the scenario. Consult an experienced injury lawyer for help in determining the viability of your pursuit for financial compensation in the event of any injuries.
Beyond vehicle-related incidents, there are many other types of accidents that can also result in a victims' personal injury. Workplace negligence and misuse of equipment can lead to disastrous construction accidents and
oil field accidents among others, and even the most relaxing or casual environments can result in other injuries in slip-and-fall accidents or
dog bites. These are just a few common examples of the many different types of accidents that can occur when
negligence plays a role. The truth is that there is virtually no limit to the possible accident scenarios that can unfold, and there is always a responsible party that should be held liable for the costs associated with the victims' recovery.
Simmons, Morris & Carroll LLC is a reputable personal injury firm that has 70 years of experience in representing serious accident injury victims in claims and in civil court. Our firm believes that the responsible parties should always compensate victims for their injuries in the event of an accident, and we work hard to make sure our clients receive the most substantial compensation amounts possible. We focus on delivering results by working closely with our clients and researching all available information in order to effectively assign liability and then seek appropriate damages.