Metairie Work Injury Lawyer

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Compassion Backed By Experience

With over 35 years of experience, we know this is a difficult journey - and will treat you with the care and compassion you deserve.

Dedicated Problem Solvers

When you put our investigative expertise to work, we'll dig deeper into the details than other attorneys - which makes the winning difference.

Respected in the Legal Community

With years of trial experience, we have long-established credibility with judges, insurance companies, and other attorneys.

Individualized Attention to Every Case

You'll work directly with one of our attorneys, who treat every client as their only client. No matter how long it takes, we'll see your case through..

Why Hire Us?

Because We Win

Were You Injured on the Job?

Take Advantage of Your Rights as an Employee: 504-586-3535

If you sustained injuries on the job, you likely expect your employer to treat you fairly, offering you the compensation that you deserve. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. In many work injury cases, employees are required to retain the representation of an attorney in order to recover fair compensation. At Hammond Law Firm, LLC, we offer skilled representation to injured victims in Jefferson Parish and the surrounding areas. We will thoroughly review your case and build a formidable claim on your behalf. We will serve as your powerful voice, offering you tenacious advocacy and compassionate support every step of the way. While you focus on your health, we will focus on maximizing your compensation.
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