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Law Firm OverviewThe Layfield Law Firm, LLC provides legal support and advocacy to victims of a variety of personal injury accidents. Based in Baton Rouge, we help individuals across Louisiana get the care and compensation they deserve following an accident or injury caused by someone’s negligence. We will work closely with you, doing everything in our power to make sure your rights are served.
We represent clients who have suffered from a full range of injuries and accidents. Our focus areas include motor vehicle accidents, drug and product liability, children’s injuries, wrongful death, and more. We will assist with filing claims and advocate on your behalf to your insurance company and any responsible parties. We also offer personal counsel and advice on the best course to follow in your unique situation.
On top of professional excellence, we value personal communication with our clients. As a small firm, we are able to build close relationships with the individuals we serve. Your security and wellbeing are our top concerns, and we will do all we can to make you feel well cared for and confident in our ability to get you the results you need.
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Additional Areas of Law: BP Oil Spill Claims; Children's Injuries; Golf Cart Accidents; Dog Bites; Financial Compensation.
Mr. Beau Richard Layfield
Accident, Animal Bites, Burn Injuries, Car Accident, Catastrophic Injuries
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An accident on June 9, 2010 at a Wal-Mart in Louisiana led a shopper to sue the store for emotional distress after he slipped on a liquid substance while walking down the pet food aisle. The man claimed that he injured his ankle, side, back and arm in the incident, and he sought damages for physical pain and suffering, mental pain and suffering, emotional distress, medical expenses, loss of consortium, interest and court costs.Read Article