Fighting For You To Get The Compensation You Deserve
If you have been injured, you need a warrior for justice
Justice For The Injured
If you have been hurt in an accident, you know how your injuries can affect almost every part of your life. Not only are you left with pain and other physical symptoms, but you almost certainly face enormous medical bills and lost wages from the time you are unable to return to work. These and other damages create terrible burdens for you and your family.
The law provides that if your injuries are the result of another party’s negligence or bad acts, you can be compensated for your damages through a personal injury claim. However, successfully filing a claim and recovering all the compensation you need and deserve is easier said than done. You need help from a skilled and experienced lawyer who will fight for you.
Fighting For Your Rights
At the Lafayette, Louisiana, law office of The Marcus Bryant Law Firm APLC, we fight hard for the rights of the injured and their families. When you are our client, we listen to you and learn about your circumstances, your needs and your goals, and we work with you to develop a solution.
While we treat our clients with respect and compassion, we fight for their rights with dogged determination. Our attorney has more than a decade of experience helping people in cases involving car accidents, truck accidents, premises liability and other issues. He likes to think of himself as a warrior for justice, standing up for our clients and protecting their rights.
Get Started Today
When you have been injured, insurance companies and others will try to talk you into settling for less than you deserve. You need a strong, smart, professional advocate on your side to defend your rights and protect your interests.
Don’t put off learning about your rights and legal options after an injury. Call our office today at 504-383-5966. You can also contact us by email to schedule a free initial consultation.
You can afford skilled representation. When we represent you, we work on a contingency basis. This means we don’t get paid unless or until you recover compensation.