Stephen Collins Attorney
6030 LINE AVE STE 340
SHREVEPORT, LA 71106-2087 Phone: 318-213-8040
Stephen T. Collins and Associates, APLC
We put you first. After an automobile accident people need answers. Who do I call? How long will it take? What documents will the insurance company need from me? How do I get them? Let us put you first by answering these questions while we gather the documents and witnesses needed to prove your claim and force the insurance company to treat you fairly. For over 20 years we have helped thousands of people with their injury claims. What you need is important to us. Please let us know how we can help you.
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We represent people who have been injured, primarily in automobile accidents, but also in slip and fall cases, animal bites, medical malpractice and work related accidents. We will be with you in getting your case settled whether that means a simple settlement, mediation, structured settlements, trial or appeals. We have handled cases resulting in clients receiving over one million dollars.
When a plaintiff files a lawsuit regarding a recreational boating accident, the defendant may claim defenses that are similar to those available in any other accident case. Such defenses include that the accident was inevitable, that the plaintiff was contributorily negligent or assumed the risk, that there was a superseding cause, or that the plaintiff's action is barred by the doctrine of laches or by a statute of limitations. More...
Football is the prototypical contact sport in which participants may suffer many injuries. In addition, there is the potential for spectators to be injured during the course of the game. This article addresses situations in which spectators and participants may recover in a tort action for injuries that they suffer as a result of viewing a football game or participating in such a contest.More...
Generally, each member of a partnership or joint venture is vicariously liable for the wrongful conduct of another member if the wrongful conduct occurs within the scope and course of the affairs of the partnership or joint venture. Therefore, each member of a partnership or joint venture will be liable for personal injuries caused by another member's negligence if the negligence occurs within the scope and course of the affairs of the business.More...
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