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Car Accidents

A motor vehicle accident is defined as the unintended collision of one motor vehicle with another, a stationary object, or person which result in injury or death and may or may not result in the loss of property.   MVAs kill up to 45,000 per year in the U.S, according to web based statistics, and approximately 60% of those involved in accidents are over the age 35. These accidents require 500,000 hospitalizations and account for 20,000 of the spinal injuries.  Road traffic accidents cost over $75 billion/year in injuries and damages.

Motor vehicle accidents can involve car, trucks, motorcycles, delivery vehicles, passenger vans, and 18-wheelers. Lots of factors contribute to traffic accidents.  Vehicle design, speed of operation, road design, driver distraction, and driver impairment (drunk driving) can make a difference.

If you or a family member has been significantly injured as the result of a motor vehicle accident in Lafayette, Louisiana, attorney L. Clayton Burgess is here to help you. Our office has represented thousands of injured accident victims across the state of Louisiana since being founded by Mr. Burgess in 1998.

 

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If you or a family member has suffered as the result of an accident in Louisiana State, attorney L. Clayton Burgess and the L. Clayton Burgess Law Group can help you.  We are committed to helping accident victims recover the just and fair compensation they are entitled to receive under the law.

Clayton Burgess attorneys operate on a contingency fee basis, which takes away the financial worry of affording an experienced lawyer.  If our lawyers do not collect money damages for you, you don’t owe an attorney fee.  We don’t get paid unless you get paid. 

The Lafayette, Lousisana lawyers at L. Clayton Burgess, A Professional Law Corporation can help. We provide an initial consultation FREE of charge to you regardless of whether you retain our services. Don’t wait call Clay now!

 

 

DON'T DELAY! YOU MAY HAVE A VALID CLAIM AND BE ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION FOR YOUR INJURIES, BUT A LAWSUIT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS EXPIRES.