The kind of prolonged medical and rehabilitative care that accident victims often need to recover from catastrophic injuries can become prohibitively expensive early on in the process of recovery. That being said, accident victims should retain legal representation as early on after the incident as they are able. At the Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm, our Baton Rouge personal injury lawyers understand just how much may depend on the outcome of this claim for you, and we can help you take any legal action necessary to hold the responsible party accountable for your pain and suffering.
Personal Injury Claims Our Firm Handles
Our legal team has the experience and the resources that you will need to aggressively pursue compensation with personal injury claim associated with the following:
If you’ve been hurt in an accident as a result of someone else’s mistake, there is no reason that you should be in the situation you are in right now, and we can help you do what is necessary to put this legal matter behind you once and for all. These kinds of injuries are catastrophic and can have lifelong consequences. If you’ve been hurt in such a way, you may be able to fight for compensation that will help with your current and future medical expenses. Get in touch with a catastrophic injury lawyer to learn more.
Consult with a Personal Injury Attorney in Baton Rouge
If you or someone you love was injured in an accident that was caused by the negligence or recklessness of another person, you should reach out to an attorney to discuss what legal action you may be able to pursue against the responsible party. To speak with a Baton Rouge personal injury attorney from the Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm about the particulars of your claim, please call our offices at (225) 650-7400 today.
A total of seven people have been convicted of orchestrating an online fraud scheme that included counterfeit checks, suspicious shopper websites, and work-from-home scams.
One of the convicted is Ann Louis Franzen, a 70-year-old woman from Mississippi, who, along with four others, admitted to conspiring to steal identities and government property. They were each sentenced to five years in prison on September 7 by U.S. District Judge Louis Guirola Jr.
The remaining two—Funso Hassan and Anthony Shane Jeffers, a 27-year-old from Nigeria and a 44-year-old from Tennessee—admitted to all of the same charges along with using mail and an interstate facility to transfer the funds of their illegal work. Both were sentenced to five more years than their five counterparts.
If you have been charged with committing wire fraud, you should speak with a Baton Rouge wire fraud defense attorney at Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm as early on in the legal process as you can. Please call our offices in Baton Rouge at (225) 650-7400 today.
A Florida driver died in a wrong-way head-on collision in Louisiana on Sunday, September 11 at 3 A.M. The crash also injured the other driver and a passenger in her car.
According to Louisiana State Police, the crash occurred on LA 21, roughly three miles south of Bogalusa. Daniel Elwood, 25, of Tallahassee, Florida, was killed at the scene while Jodi Vasbinder, 17, of Covington, and Nathan Nicolasi, 19, were injured in the crash.
Trooper Dustin Dwight with Louisiana State Police said a recent investigation showed Elwood was going southbound in the northbound lane of LA 21 in a 2005 Hyundai Elantra. The car collided with the 2005 Chrysler Sebring that Vasbinder drove. Elwood was not wearing a seat belt while Vasbinder and Nicolasi were properly buckled up.
Vasbinder was flown by helicopter to North Oaks Medical Center in Hammond with moderate injuries. Nicolasi was brought by ambulance to Our Lady of Angels Hospital in Bogalusa with minor injuries. Blood samples from all involved in the accident were sent to the Louisiana State Police Crime Lab for analysis, and the investigation is still ongoing.