What’s really involved in a personal injury claim? part 2

Last week we shared information about what is involved in a personal injury claim. Here is the second part. If you missed the first part, it wasposted on January 4th. Once it is determined that The Spigener Law Firm will take on the case, the firm will take over in...

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Here’s what’s really involved in a personal injury claim

What’s really involved in a personal injury claim? “I’m not the kind of person who sues people.” “I just want to get my car repaired and move on.” “The other driver seemed really upset. I don’t want to cause any more problems.” As a personal injury attorney, I’ve...

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Important Information Regarding Your Hurricane Ida Claim

​ It’s been almost a year since Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana and the Gulf Coast and caused catastrophic damage. While some of us have had easy dealings with our respective insurance companies, others are still fighting to get every dollar needed to restore their...

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Deadline for Hurricane Ida Claims

Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon is reminding policyholders about the upcoming deadline to file proof of loss for damage due to Hurricane Ida. Most residential and commercial property insurance policies include a 180-day deadline to file proof of loss. The...

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Are you still dealing with your hurricane claim?

It's hard to believe we are already into 2022 and King Cake season! If you are still battling with your insurance company, please remember that we can help. The Spigener Law Firm has partnered with The AKD Law Firm to help homeowners dispute Hurricane Ida claims with...

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Hurricane Claims

The Spigener Law Firm has partnered with The AKD Law Firm to help homeowners dispute Hurricane Ida claims with their insurance companies. They will also be assisting business owners with business interruption claims as a result of Hurricane Ida. On the homeowner’s...

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What is a cease and desist letter?

Sometimes it isn’t enough to tell someone to stop doing something. For example, if a person is unhappy with a business and they decide to publish defaming information all over social media, that person might need a cease and desist letter. A cease and desist letter is...

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Why do attorneys specialize in certain areas?

The practice of law is multi-faceted. Family law, business law, maritime law, property law, personal injury law, and estate planning are just a few areas of law that might quickly come to mind. Each one of these areas may require additional education in law school and...

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FEMA to Help Pay Funeral Costs for COVID-19-Related Deaths

WASHINGTON -- In early April, FEMA will begin providing financial assistance for funeral expenses incurred after Jan. 20, 2020 for deaths related to coronavirus (COVID-19) to help ease some of the financial stress and burden caused by the pandemic. The policy was...

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Interdiction: What is it and why would it be necessary?

What is an interdiction? An interdiction is a legal process whereby a court is asked to determine, from testimony and other evidence presented, whether a person is unable, due to an infirmity, to consistently make decisions regarding his person and/or his property or...

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