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New Orleans Wrongful Death Attorneys - Gun Violence

Lost a loved one through gun violence? Reach out to the New Orleans wrongful death attorneys at Wright & Gray today. New Orleans is a city that blends fun and excitement with epic architecture. However, the unique atmosphere is often associated with tragedy and violent crime. From Hurricane Katrina to the infamous Three Mile Island […]

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Compensation For Victims of Police Shootings in Louisiana

Victims of police shootings in Louisiana may be able to claim financial compensation for their losses. Reach out to our personal injury lawyers to see if we can help you. As with accident victims, survivors and victims of police shootings also deserve victim compensation funds (VCF) for the severe injuries or loss of life that […]

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What to Do When You’re Shot and Injured on Someone Else’s Property

Sometimes the unthinkable can happen: you or a loved one could become a victim of gun violence.  According to the Gun Violence Archive, there were nearly 20,000 shooting-related deaths in 2020. Sadly, Louisiana was ranked fifth in the nation for shooting-related deaths.  Gun violence takes an untenable toll on victims, their families, and their community. […]

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When Is a Property Owner Responsible for a Gunshot Injury in Louisiana?

In 2020, a year where many businesses shuttered and people sheltered in place, more than 20,000 people died of gun violence, and that's not counting those who only suffered a gunshot injury. And sadly, the great state of Louisiana has ranked in the top five worst states for shooting-related deaths and injuries.  Luckily, victims of gun […]

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Is it illegal to point a gun at someone in New Orleans?

As you go out this summer, it’s important to remember that it can, at times, be a crime to point a gun at someone. At Wright Gray, we represent shooting victims all the time, and we’re intimately familiar with the gun laws of the state. As the weather gets warmer and vaccinations continue to roll out […]

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Can Gunshot Victims Get Disability for Getting Shot?

Many gunshot victims can recover with proper treatment and weeks or months of healing. But tragically, some victims face more severe injuries that prevent them from returning to their normal work. These victims with injuries and limitations lasting longer than 12 months can file for Social Security Disability. The documentation required for gunshot victims to file such […]

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What to Do if You’re Injured in an Accidental Shooting in New Orleans

Accidental shootings are far too common. And while the individual who hurt you didn’t mean to do so, they could still face serious penalties for their mistake, and you are still left facing the consequences of their actions. Wright Gray New Orleans personal injury attorneys are experienced in helping gunshot victims seek restitution after both intentional and accidental […]

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