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Committed, Concerned Personal Injury Lawyer Represents Injured Victims Of Distracted Driving Accidents

The use of mobile devices for texting and talking while driving is a potentially deadly distraction that many motorists cannot resist.

Yielding to these temptations causes thousands of distracted driving accidents — and catastrophic injuries and wrongful deaths — every year in Louisiana and nationwide.

If your life has been changed, or a loved one’s life ended, by a distracted driver, the experienced personal injury attorney you should contact in Shreveport is [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-4″], founder of the [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-1″].

Our full-service accident injury law firm was established to help people just like you — law-abiding citizens victimized by the negligence of others. When a drunk driver or distracted driver’s selfishness translates to misery for a client, Mr. Frederick takes it personally. He survived his own health crisis in 1998 after sustaining a serious spinal cord injury in an accident. You can count on him to attend to your medical treatment right away, while he advocates for your interests in negotiations with insurers and in court if necessary.

Have financial hardships hurt your morale as you attempt to regain your health? Are the burdens of lost income, health care expenses and what the future holds weighing on you? Thanks to our contingency fee policy, you can put these concerns out of your mind. The only way you would owe an attorney fee is if we win your case.

Commitment To Your Rights, Concern For Your Future After A Distracted Driving Accident

As your lawyer, [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-4″] is with you every step of the way. He works closely and directly with you until your case’s outcome. To learn more about the many ways he can use his 20 years of experience to help you, and to schedule a free consultation, contact us. Call toll-free — [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-CT-NUMBER-2″]. Home and hospital visits are available to those who cannot travel.