Since 1995 we have specialized in personal injury law. When you seek our help, you are turning to a firm that truly knows this area of the law.
When it seems like everyone is against you, the team at Wolfe, Begoun & Pick is here to help. We are here to listen to your story and fight for what is fair—not what is easy.
We strive to Provide high-caliber legal representation for individuals who have been seriously injured.
When people are hurt, they deserve more than an apology or basic treatment. They deserve high-quality medical care and a chance to move forward with their life. Unfortunately, what ends up happening is far from ideal—injuries turn into disabilities, major expenses turn into inescapable debt, and grieving families break under the pressure. Our firm was built to make sure that never happens.Read More
If you are injured because a property owner or a business establishment fails to provide a safe environment, you may have a right to bring a claim for various damages incurred due to your injury. In many states, these damages include pain and suffering, medical expenses and lost wages.Read More
Personal injury cases are not just about money for medical bills. Every claim has a human story behind it, touching the lives of the victims and their family members. We find that story to obtain better results for our clientsRead More
frequently asked question
The most important thing is to get well - see your doctor & follow your doctor's orders. Do not discuss the accident or give a statement to the insurance company or attorney for the "at-fault" driver. Remember: "What You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You!" Instruct them to call your insurance company or your attorney.
The simple answer to this question is, yes. Louisiana subscribes to what is called a pure comparative negligence system in dealing with tort claims. This means that if you were partially at fault for an accident, you are still entitled to recover the damages that are attributed to the negligence of others. Determining how much fault will be attributed to each party is very difficult and will be left up to the jury if your case goes to trial
No. In fact, most Personal Injury claims are settled with the insurance carrier for the "at-fault" party.
Protect your rights. Call a lawyer. Get a professional opinion. You have nothing to lose. Most attorneys do not charge for an initial consultation in Personal Injury cases.