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Personal Injury Attorney Houma

PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY HOUMA

An auto accident not only damages a vehicle, it may also cause a lot of physical and mental trauma to its occupants. While the automobiles involved in the accident can be repaired easily, the resulting injuries and setbacks may have serious repercussions for the rest of your life.

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    PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY HOUMA

    Our Personal Injury Lawyer in Houma Can Retrieve the Maximum Compensation

     

    The after-effect of accidents can be severe on most victims. Depression and anxiety become part of their lives. If you have sustained any form of temporary or permanent damage due to someone else’s negligence, you have all the rights to take legal help.

    However, fighting for your rights can be a challenge if you aren’t aware of the legal proceedings. Taking the assistance of someone with legal expertise would be ideal. The senior associates from L. Clayton Burgess have a reputation for representing complicated cases and gaining a fair settlement. Our personal injury lawyer in Houma can help you fight against the legal complexities and protect your rights. Schedule a consultation with our attorney to learn about the legalities.

     

    We Support Victims of All Personal Injury Cases

     

    Over the years, the associates of the L. Clayton Burgess law firm have handled countless personal injury cases. They have assisted clients who have been injured in accidents, such as –

     

    • Automotive accidents
    • Offshore accidents
    • Construction site injuries
    • Trucking accidents
    • Medical malpractice
    • Defective products
    • Slip and fall
    • Animal bite injuries
    • Domestic violence
    • Police misconduct
    • Wrongful death

    Common Losses Incurred Due to Personal Injuries

     

    Before you calculate the exact amount of compensation for your injuries, it is most important to know the severity of the injuries. Be it a major or minor damage; our lawyers will fight on your behalf to recover the losses.

     

    • Economic damage

     

    • Medical Bills

     

    • Expenses of diagnosis
    • Emergency care
    • Hospitalization charges
    • Surgery costs
    • Rehabilitation charges
    • Medication
    • Post-operation care
    • Mobility charges

     

    • Present or future earning capacity 

     

    • Wages
    • Bonuses
    • Commissions
    • Incentives

     

    • Property damages 

     

    • Non-Economic damages

     

    • Emotional distress
    • Loss of consortium
    • Physical pain and damage
    • Loss of companionship
    • Comfort
    • Ability to bear children

     

    Hire Us to Avert All Legal Adversities

     

    Personal injury victims often feel helpless and experience severe mental shock. Most of them avoid consulting a lawyer fearing unnecessary complications. Our lawyers can become the voice of the voiceless who failed to prove the negligence of the liable party.

    Don’t settle for an inadequate amount without a thorough evaluation of your damages. Each of our personal injury lawyers in Houma is highly experienced, knowledgeable, and tirelessly fights to secure a fair settlement of your injury claim.

    With our lawyers by your side, you no longer have to worry about endless paperwork, legal fees, and legal representation at the court. We take care of everything so that you can focus on your quick recovery. Call us today for a FREE case evaluation with our senior injury lawyers.

    IF YOU OR A LOVED ONE IS IN NEED OF LEGAL ASSISTANCE, CONTACT US NOW.

    Call our office today for a FREE review of your auto accident case. We typically work on a contingent agreement basis, which means our fees are contingent upon the outcome of your case.

     

    Don’t Delay! You may have a valid claim! Let us help you get your compensation before the statute of limitations expires!

    Parties Represented by Personal Injury Lawyer Receive Nearly 3.5 Times More Money in a Settlement Than Those Without an Attorney.

    Insurance Research Council Study 2004