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Breaux Bridge is a small city in St. Martin Parish, with a population of about 8,400. Although the city was officially incorporated in 1859, its roots go back to 1774 when Firmin Breaux purchased the land it would later be founded on. In 1799, Firmin built a footbridge across the Bayou Teche, so that his family and neighbors could more easily cross. This bridge would later lend its name to the town, as locals would direct people to “Go to Breax’s Bridge.”

INCIDENTS OF CAR ACCIDENTS IN BREAUX BRIDGE, LA

You are entitled to compensation for suffering that resulted from your accident. The negligence of others could leave you with severe trauma, lost wages, and hospital bills. You will need an experienced accident lawyer to help you fight for your rightful compensation. Our accident lawyers can handle many kinds of personal injury claims, including car accidents, trucking accidents, bus accidents, offshore accidents, brain injuries and wrongful death claims.

If you are a loved one have suffered a personal injury in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, or have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, Don’t Delay! Call Clay! LAFAYETTE Office: (877) 234-7573

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND LINKS:

Court

16TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURTHOUSE (ST. MARTIN PARISH)

415 St. Martin Street
St. Martinville, LA 70582


MARTIN PARISH CLERK OF COURT

415 St. Martin Street
St. Martinville, LA 70582
(337) 394-2210


3RD CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

1000 Main Street
Lake Charles, LA 70615
(337) 433-9043


WESTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA-U.S. DISTRICT COURT

800 Lafayette Street, Suite 2100
Lafayette Louisiana 70501
(337) 593-5000


Police and Sheriff’s Office

MARTIN PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE

400 St. Martin Street
St. Martinville, LA 70582
(337) 394-3071


LOUISIANA STATE POLICE – TROOP I

121 East Pont Des Mouton
Lafayette, LA 70507


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