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Our founding attorney, Ed Womac, has proudly served the people of New Orleans, helping them fight back against insurance companies after serious, life-altering accidents. For decades he has proven himself to be a reliable and effective ally for the injured. Together, our entire legal team has successfully recovered millions of dollars for our clients in all types of personal injury cases, including, but not limited to car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, slip and falls, and more.
Settlement secured for a client who suffered injuries in a head-on collision.
Jury trial result on behalf of our client who was injured due to a bus driver who failed to properly park his vehicle.
Settlement secured on behalf of our client who was injured when they fell from a defective chair.
Settlement secured for a client who was injured when their vehicle was rear-ended.
Our client underwent an IDET and Laminectomy for their accident-related injuries. After trying the case before a jury, our team was able to obtain over a $1.5 million award.
Settlement obtained for a client who was rear-ended by a pickup truck.
The Womac Law Firm is ready to fight for you. Our reputation is not only based on results but also on the relationships we establish with our clients. At The Womac Law Firm you aren’t just a number. Our attorneys are compassionate, thorough, and genuinely care about you.
We take the time to get to know you, learn about your case, understand your needs, and fight hard to get you every dollar you deserve. We handle everything for you. Our goal is to ensure you are prepared ever step of the way, and keeping the process as simple and stress-free as possible for you.
At The Womac Law Firm, our team is comprised of experienced New Orleans personal injury lawyers who work hard to deliver you real results. We listen to your story, explain your options, and let you know how we can help. Your case matters; let us help you get the justice you deserve.
After a serious accident and injury, it’s important that you have the right legal team by your side. Successful results are no accident. Throughout our decades in practice, we have successfully recovered millions of dollars for our clients, including numerous $1+ million-dollar settlements and verdicts. It takes experience, hard work, prompt and responsive service and a love of what you do - and that’s what the Womac Law Firm is all about.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, contact the Womac Law Firm at (504) 470-3935 to “Put the Womac on ‘Em.”
Our homegrown and multi-generational personal injury law firm has decades of experience and is ready to fight for you and your family.
Our innovative courtroom strategies and preparation allow us to conduct state-of-the-art mock juries to ensure we are set up for success during your trial.
Our collaborative approach to the law means you get a full team of dedicated attorneys with their own unique knowledge, experience, and insight.
Our client-focused approach means we get to know each and every one of our clients on a personal level. We are the kind of lawyers you can count on.
Our unwavering commitment to obtaining maximum compensation means we will fight for every dollar you deserve.
A:Whether you were hit by a distracted driver or slipped and fell on a wet floor in a retail store, it is important that you remain at the scene. In the case of motor vehicle accidents, leaving before you have provided your identity and offered reasonable aid is actually against the law; in every case, staying at the scene until help arrives allows you to ensure you get the proper medical attention and information you need.
A:After an accident, check yourself and others for injuries. If you or anyone else appears seriously injured, call 911 and wait for paramedics to arrive. You should also call the police and have them come out to the scene of the accident. You may need to file an official accident report, which law enforcement can do on site on your behalf.
A:It is important that you gather as much information from the other people involved in the accident. This includes their names and contact information, as well as their insurance information in the event of a motor vehicle collision. It is also a good idea to record everything you can about the accident right away; document when and where the incident occurred, take pictures of your injuries and the accident scene, and speak to any witnesses who may have seen what happened.
A:Even if you think you were partly to blame for the accident, avoid admitting fault. You may believe that you were responsible only to find out that the other party was acting negligently or was more at fault than you. Remember, something as simple as apologizing can be construed as admitting fault, and it could come back to haunt you if the insurance company tries to use this to dispute or deny your claim.
A:If you did not receive emergency care at the scene, the first thing you should do after leaving the accident is see a doctor. Even if you believe your injuries are not that serious—or that you were not injured at all—the shock of the accident may mask their severity. In some cases, injuries take hours, days, or even weeks to appear. Seemingly minor injuries can worsen over time without proper treatment. Always see a doctor after an accident, and always follow all your doctor’s advice, recommendations, and treatment plans.
A:Hiring an attorney for your personal injury claim can feel like just another task on your to-do list, but the benefits of having a legal team on your side are immeasurable. While you focus on healing, your attorney will gather evidence to support your claim, negotiate with the insurance company, and ensure that you do not make any mistakes that could jeopardize your recovery. And, if the insurance company refuses to offer a fair settlement, your attorney can prepare you and your case for trial, as well as advocate tirelessly for you in the courtroom.