Injuries Can Be Tough

When you’re injured, you need to focus on recovery, not on fighting a legal battle. Likewise, if you’ve lost a loved one in a tragic accident, you need someone who can help secure appropriate compensation during this difficult time in your life.

Helping you obtain needed resources to recover from an injury is a central mission at The Law Offices of Ossie Brown. Baton Rouge clients have turned to our attorneys for trustworthy counsel during crises for decades. Before you speak with an insurance company or sign any paperwork, talk to us.

Personal injury cases on handled on a contingency fee basis — this means you only pay attorney fees if we recover compensation on your behalf.

Personal Injury Cases

From our years of legal experience we have insight into the nuances of these cases that few can match. This is important because serious injuries often have long-term consequences. Multiple surgeries may be required. In some situations, you may never be able to return to work.

We have recovered millions of dollars for clients of all ages after:

  • Motor vehicle crashes involving cars, motorcycles, 18-wheelers and other commercial trucks
  • Accidents caused by distracted, texting or drunk drivers
  • Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents on commercial premises

We have also successfully obtained compensation for families in wrongful death cases arising from fatal auto wrecks. For our law firm, involvement in these tragic circumstances means providing whatever type of personal support we can throughout the process.

Feeling Pressured By Insurance Companies?

Do not feel pressured by an insurance company. We will protect your interests and fight for fair compensation so you can focus on recovery. Take advantage of a free initial consultation by calling or sending us a message to set up your appointment today.

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