CAR ACCIDENTS ATTORNEY IN BROUSSARD, LA
Broussard is a small city in Lafayette and St. Martin parishes in the U.S. state of Louisiana. The population was 8,302 from the 2011 Census. As it is now part of the Lafayette Metropolitan Statistical Area, Broussard was founded in 1884. It was named after Valsin Broussard, a prominent local merchant. He formed the first Vigilante Committee when his own store was robbed.
Broussard has gone from a horse and buggy community, to a current day industrial community with over 300 businesses. It was designated a city in November 2002. Yet, one still experiences its charm though the atmosphere of elegant Creole home cooking and Cajun food at the local restaurants.
INCIDENTS OF CAR ACCIDENTS IN BROUSSARD AND LAFAYETTE PARISH
Major highways throughout Lafayette parish are I-10, I-49, U.S. Hwys. 90 and 167. In 2014, 3,040 people were injured and 40 people killed as a direct result of vehicular accidents in Lafayette Parish. Further, there was 1 fatality in 2014 and 136 injuries in the city of Broussard.
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Auto accident victims have the right to recover their damages caused due to other’s negligence. The damages may include lost work wages, hospital bills, and physical/emotional trauma. You must consult an experienced car accident attorney in Broussard for legal representation in the court of law.
The Broussard injury attorneys at the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess possess the necessary skills and experience to handle personal injury claims related to car accidents, trucking accidents, bus accidents, offshore accidents, brain injuries, and wrongful death claims, to name a few. With their knowledge, skills, and legal expertise, thousands of victims have recovered claims they rightfully deserve.
Our seasoned lawyers have handled all kinds of personal injury claims to data, be it car accidents, workplace accidents, bus accidents, automobile accidents, brain injuries, and wrongful death claims.
Call today! (337) 234-7573 or (877) 234-7573 the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess.