When you get into a bus, streetcar, taxi or limo, you are putting your safety in the hands of another person. Public transportation companies have a duty to maintain their vehicles and hire qualified drivers to ensure that passengers arrive at their destinations in one piece. When an accident happens, it’s important to find out what went wrong and to hold the negligent party accountable.
At the Law Office of John W. Redmann, L.L.C., we are proud of the results we have obtained for people in Gretna, Harvey and Greater New Orleans and throughout Louisiana who have been injured due to the negligence of others. We handle auto accident cases involving the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (NORTA/RTA), Veolia transportation and Jefferson Transit (JeT). We also represent people injured while riding in charter buses, party buses, limos and taxis. If you were injured while using public transportation, we welcome the opportunity to consult with you at no charge.
Our legal team has earned an impressive reputation as one that works diligently to ensure that our clients are compensated for their medical bills, lost wages, lasting disability, pain and suffering, and other damages. Some law firms settle cases as quickly as possible for less money than clients need and deserve.
Our experienced trial lawyers are not afraid to take negligent transportation companies to court, especially for serious or permanent injuries, to ensure that you recover enough compensation to meet your future needs. Attorney John Redmann and his top-notch legal team have earned impressive recognition by clients and peers for their diligent work fighting for their clients’ compensation. Every client will have a legal team devoted to his or her case, with John Redmann at the helm.
To consult with attorney John Redmann about your bus, taxi or limo car accident, contact us online or call our office at (504) 500-5000. There are no upfront costs, and we collect attorney fees only if we are able to recover compensation for your losses.
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