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Justice can sometimes be hard to find. Between the complexities of the legal system and profit-minded insurance companies, you will struggle to get full compensation for your injury. Whether you were harmed by negligent mistake or vicious action, you deserve help with your suffering. Personal injury laws exist to protect your right to that help.

Personal injury laws are based around the idea that people should be held responsible for damage they inflict on another person. They force the person responsible for harming you to pay for the emotional and physical injury you suffer. Usually, their insurance company will pay for a substantial portion of your bills. However, they will always try to pay you as little as possible. Insurance companies will try hard to pay the lowest amount possible, even if it means not paying for all of your injuries. This is why it is important to always seek legal help. Your lawyer understands the law, and how insurance companies might exploit it to lower their costs.

At the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess, our team has the skill and experience to uphold your rights. We have a skillful team of lawyers and support staff who have dealt with years of cases like yours. This experience lets us do everything possible to ensure that insurance companies can’t use the legal system to pay less than you deserve. We are dedicated to fair compensation, and will work tirelessly to protect your rights to it.

We handle many kinds of personal injury claims, including car accidents, trucking accidents, bus accidents, offshore accidents, brain injuries and wrongful death claims. Our team will carefully oversee your claim and fight for just compensation in a court of law.

If you are a loved one have been injured in Broussard, La, Don’t Delay! Call Clay! LAFAYETTE Office: (877) 234-7573

LAW OFFICES OF L. CLAYTON BURGESS. PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY.

– Insurance Research Council Study 2004

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