McCONNELL LAW OFFICES 
Injury Law Firm

337-347-6404

 

Located in Lafayette's Oil Center:
1021 Coolidge Boulevard
Lafayette, Louisiana  70503

Mailing Address:
P. O. Cabinet 52024
Lafayette, LA  70505-2024

Matt D. McConnell, Founder - Matt@McConnellLawOffices.com

Sandy Scott, Executive Assistant - Sandy@McConnellLawOffices.com

Rosalyn LaFleur, Paralegal - Rosalyn@McConnellLawOffices.com

  

 
    

 

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Friday
Mar172017

Proud to Serve 

We are grateful and proud to serve the people and businesses of Acadiana, from Lafayette, to Opelousas and St. Landry, to New Iberia and Iberia, to Abbeville and Vermilion, to Breaux Bridge and St. Martin. We couldn't ask for better clients!

Monday
Jan022017

Free Consults for Injury Cases! Call 347-6404 to Schedule

At McConnell Law Offices you pay nothing to consult with us about your accidental injury. And you won't pay us anything in an accidental injury case unless we recover for you!

Call us to make a free appointment to discuss your accidental injury. When you leave our office, you'll have a plan. Call 347-6404 and choose extension #1!

Monday
Dec122016

What To Do About a Car Accident

It happens. You are driving or riding along and - BAM! - you are in a wreck. Now what?

First, breathe. Now check your safety and that of the other occupants of the vehicles. Call 911 to report the wreck and any injuries.

DO NOT LEAVE THE SCENE OF THE ACCIDENT unless you are injured and in need of immediate attention. (And even if you do need immediate medical attention, in most cases you will get help most quickly by waiting at the scene for first responders to arrive. Thank you, medics and firemen!) But in any event use your judgment and take care of yourself and others as the circumstances dictate.

Now everyone who needs immediate medical attention has it. What next? We recommend taking note of the witnesses to the accident, especially those eyewitnesses who might help the police appreciate what you have just experienced. If you let them drive off without talking to the police and leaving contact information, there goes your witness.

Check in with the investigating police officer or deputy, identify yourself, and tell them what happened. This is your chance to explain your experience in the accident, and it will most likely make it into the accident report in some form. You should ask to write a statement so your own words will be in the report instead of the officer's summary.

If you are unable to write because of your injuries or shock, or if you are not a good writer, ask the officer how you can provide a statement later.

The officer will want to see drivers' licenses and vehicles' proofs of insurance and registration. And he should provide you with insurance information on the at-fault vehicle and how to contact him to get your accident report (typically ready in a few days to about a week).

After an accident you may have a wrecked car, injuries, lost time, and even a ticket (whether you feel it is rightly deserved or not). If you want professional experienced help getting the relief you need and deserve, call McConnell Law Offices.

We'll help you navigate the insurance and medical-legal issues that pop up after a wreck.

It's what we do. And we'd love to do it for you. Call us at 337-347-6404. We can help!

 

Monday
Aug152016

Summary of Federal Flood Relief for LA's Victims

http://www.myarklamiss.com/news/local-news/summary-of-federal-aid-for-louisiana-flood-victims#.V7EFglCSrUw.facebook

Monday
Aug152016

Potential Federal Flood Relief

As of this posting no declaration has been made yet for Lafayette Parish, though that is anticipated. And it has been suggested that calls to these numbers will help our parish's case and get an emergency declaration. So, give them a call and let them know if you've had flood problems:

How to Apply for Federal Aid For Louisiana Flood Victims:

Individuals and business owners who sustained losses in the designated area can begin applying for assistance tomorrow by registering online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362). Disaster assistance applicants, who have a speech disability or hearing loss and use TTY, should call 1-800-462-7585 directly; for those who use 711 or Video Relay Service (VRS), call 1-800-621-3362. The toll-free telephone numbers will operate from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. (local time) seven days a week until further notice.

https://www.disasterassistance.gov/