Lake Charles Distracted Driving Accidents Lawyers

Distracted driving accidents have been on the rise since the invention of text messages and smartphones with Internet capabilities. Despite laws and government intervention, Americans continue to drive while distracted at alarming rates, causing serious, life-endangering injuries in the process. If you or a loved one was injured because a negligent driver drove distracted, speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.

The Lake Charles distracted driving accident attorneys at the Hale Law Firm have more than 40 years of combined legal experience successfully representing personal injury victims. We have obtained million dollar verdicts and other significant settlement amounts, and have a reputation in Louisiana for providing exceptional client service. We take the time to carefully listen to our clients’ situations and develop a personalized strategy aimed at maximizing their recovery.

If you need the help of a car accident attorney in the Lake Charles area, call our firm today at 337-426-1071, or toll free at 877-596-5155. You may also contact our Louisiana law office online to have a member of our team contact you as soon as possible.

Texting While Driving Auto Accidents Representation

Many people are unsure where they can turn to help after a serious auto accident. As your attorneys, our law firm will immediately step in and begin investigating your accident and your potential claim. We will provide honest feedback and will be available to answer any questions you might have throughout your case. It is important to contact us as soon as possible — the sooner we can speak to witnesses, analyze the evidence and prepare your case, the sooner we are able to get you the money you need.

Our firm has handled thousands of personal injury cases, and we are ready to put our experience to work for you and your family. We are dedicated to obtaining the best possible results for anyone injured in a car accident where the at-fault driver was:

  • Texting while driving
  • Checking his or her email
  • Grooming
  • Talking to passengers, including passengers in the back seat
  • Eating or drinking
  • Changing the radio station or handling a GPS navigation system

Also, while we hope this isn’t the case, our attorneys also help any client who endured the wrongful death of a family member because of a car or trucking accident.

Contact our Fatal Car and Semi Accident Law Office: Free Consultations

To schedule a free injury consultation to discuss your rights and options, contact our auto accident law firm online today. You may also call our firm at 337-426-1071 or toll free at 877-596-5155.

No fees, costs or expenses if no recovery on injury and death cases. Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we receive compensation for our representation only if there’s a successful judgment secured or a settlement obtained in your case

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Our Case Results

$10,000,000 Plaintiff

Plaintiff, a Jones Act seaman, had his lower leg amputated in a maritime workplace accident due to negligently maintained and constructed equipment.

$4 ,000,000 Personal Injury Case

Plaintiff, an inmate at Beauregard Parish Jail, was severely beaten by a fellow inmate, resulting in permanent paralysis and brain damage.

$3,649,831.84 Jury Verdict

Offshore basket transfer from the deck of a vessel to an unmanned fixed platform in which plaintiff suffered operated neck and back injuries.

$3,500,000 Plaintiff

Plaintiff suffered serious and permanent disfiguring burns due to a defective carnival ride at the New Orleans Superdome that caught fire.

$2,400,000 Plaintiff

Plaintiff, a Jones Act seaman/deckhand, had his lower leg amputated on a barge located in Texas on the San Jacinto River.

$2,000,000 Plaintiff

Plaintiff, a Jones Act seaman, was working on a lay barge when a cable struck him in the abdomen resulting in an operated back injury.

$1,500,000 Plaintiff

Plaintiff, a Jones Act seaman, suffered an operated neck injury when the pushboat he was working aboard on the Mississippi River near New Orleans capsized and sank due to the wakes generated by a passing chemical tanker and towboat and the unseaworthiness of the pushboat.

$1,300,000 Railroad Accident

Railroad accident in Vinton, Louisiana in which inadequate and outdated warnings, obsolete wig wag and site obstructions at railroad crossing resulted in severe, permanent head injury.

$595,000 Plaintiff

Automobile accident in which plaintiff suffered an operated neck injury when his vehicle was struck by a left turning motorist who failed to yield. No lost wage claim.

$405,398 Plaintiff

Automobile accident in which plaintiff’s vehicle was struck by an 18-wheeler resulting in an operated back injury at the same levels as a prior back surgery. No loss wage claim.

$150,000 Plaintiff

Plaintiff, a Jones Act seaman, suffered severe mental anguish when the dredge tender he was working aboard in Mobile, Alabama capsized and sank due to bad weather and the unseaworthiness of the vessel.

$1.1 Million Construction Accident

Construction accident involving plaintiff who fell through an opening in catwalk grating resulting in an operated back injury and brain injury.

$1.1 Million Jury Verdict Automobile Accident

Automobile accident in Allen Parish in which plaintiff's vehicle struck a large pothole on the highway, causing her vehicle to run off the highway and strike a tree.

$ 1.1 Million Settled During Trial Construction Accident

Construction accident in which plaintiff released pipe from a secured pipe rack, pinning himself between the pipe rack and his 18-wheeler, crushing his head and body and resulting in his death.

$ 1.1 Million Automobile Accident

Automobile accident in which plaintiff's vehicle was broad-sided, resulting in an operated neck injury.

$ 1,750,000 Automobile Accident

Automobile accident in which an 18-wheeler struck plaintiff’s vehicle, resulting in neck and leg injuries.