New Orleans, Louisiana Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation Lawyer
Other Offices: Baton Rouge, LA
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Law Firm OverviewLavis Law Firm is a plaintiff’s personal injury firm based in New Orleans with an additional office in Baton Rouge and serving clients throughout Louisiana.
Founding attorney Charles E. Lavis, Jr. is a New Orleans native with more than 20 years of legal experience, giving him valuable knowledge of not only the law, but also the local community. A skilled trial lawyer, he is admitted to practice before all Federal and State Courts in Louisiana, including the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Lavis Law Firm offers an “11-Part Client Service Guarantee” which includes personal attention, current knowledge, and dedicated representation, and other considerations. Mr. Lavis protects clients’ rights and pursues the most favorable resolution of their personal injury matters, advocating on their behalf through negotiated settlements or taking their case to court.
Year this Office was Established: 1995
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Louisiana Flood Insurance Claims; Louisiana Hurricane Insurance Claims; Third Party Claims; Defense Base Act; Duty Status / Work Status; Longshore & Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act; Absolute Liability for Pile Driving and Blasting; Disabled Louisiana Worker Survival Actions; Intentional Torts; Dog Bites and Damages Caused by Other Animals; Dangerous Products; Louisiana Life Insurance Claims; Louisiana Traffic Laws.
Areas of Law Description
- Personal Injury
Personal injury in a negligence, products liability, or workers compensation case involves bodily injury to a person such as a bruise, broken bone, pulled muscle or aggravation of a pre-existing condition. Our seasoned personal injury attorneys handle personal injury matters including: negligence; comparative and contributory negligence; intentional torts; personal injury damages; product liability; and statutes of limitations.
- Insurance Bad Faith
Louisiana law imposes penalties on insurers who arbitrarily or capriciously fail to pay a claim. In order to recover the statutory penalties, a claimant must submit a satisfactory proof of loss and show that the insurer failed to pay the claim within the applicable statutory period either without probable cause or in an arbitrary and capricious manner. If you need help with your Louisiana Bad Faith Insurance Claim, we can help.
Mr. Charles E. Lavis, Jr.
Motor Vehicles, Personal Injury, Workplace Injuries
- New Orleans Bar Association
- Louisiana State Bar Association
- Louisiana Association for Justice
- The American Association for Justice
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