According to the Louisiana Civil Code, Article 2315: “Every act whatever of man that causes damage to another obliges him by whose fault it happened to repair it.”

This code article is the foundation of our tort law system. Its meaning is simple — if you break something, you fix it. This law seeks to protect innocent victims and their families from harm due to negligent acts of others. Unfortunately, insurance companies often ignore the intent of this law by denying and minimizing legitimate claims solely for their own financial gain.

Based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the law firm of Saunders & Chabert has extensive experience and knowledge in personal injury law. We have a personal understanding of the various hardships you are facing, such as medical expenses, lost wages and the intangible damages such as pain and suffering, mental anguish and loss of enjoyment of life. We also have a vast network of experts at our disposal, and the information they provide can help us build an effective personal injury claim for you.

Representation You Can Count On

Often in these cases, businesses and insurance companies fail to properly compensate injured victims and their families looking to fully recover after the accident. By working closely with you, we are determined to seek the maximum compensation that you deserve.

We represent clients who have suffered serious injuries, such as:

  • Amputations
  • Brain/spine injuries
  • Burns
  • Back and neck injuries
  • Chemical exposures
  • Broken bones
  • Knee injuries

We also have successfully handled numerous wrongful death cases and will work to obtain compensation for various damages, such as the loss of love and affection, loss of financial support or dependence, and damages for any pain and suffering the victim endured while living.

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To schedule a free consultation with a Baton Rouge serious injury lawyer, call 225-341-5739 or fill out a short contact form today. We fight to protect your rights.