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Baton Rouge Car Accident Attorney

Pierce & Shows is committed to representing individuals who have suffered serious injuries in car accidents due to the negligence of others in the Baton Rouge area.

Car accidents can change your life dramatically. These accidents are not just scary, they can cause physical and emotional damages as well. If you have been injured in a car crash, our lawyers at Pierce & Shows will fight for you.

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If you or someone you know has recently been in a car accident that resulted in injury or death, please contact our Baton Rouge office today to schedule a free consult to talk about your case: 225-388-9574.

Call our team today: 225-388-9574

How can Pierce & Shows help with your car accident case in Baton Rouge?

It’s no secret – accident victims that have legal representation recover more compensations compared to those that do not have a lawyer.

After a wreck, victims are contacted by the insurance company of the at-fault driver. The insurers take advantage of the situation and try to rush the victims into accepting a settlement that is usually less than the true value of the claim. 

That’s why having a lawyer can help to protect your rights and ensure that your best interests are being protected while you focus on the recovery process.

Types of car accident cases we handle

  • Drunk driving victim accidents
  • Serious car accidents
  • Car accidents resulting in death
  • Rear-end collisions
  • Head-on collisions
  • Intersection accidents
  • Side-impact and T-bone collisions
  • Lane change and passing accidents
  • Rollover accidents
  • Speeding-related crashes
  • Hit and run accidents
  • Multiple-vehicle collisions

How long do you have to file a car accident claim in Louisiana?

Most states, including Louisiana, have laws in place that mandate how long you have to file a lawsuit. These laws are called statute of limitation laws. 

The Louisiana statute of limitations for filing car accident cases is one year. The clock starts on the day of the accident. This statute of limitations applies to cases that are seeking compensation for all damages, including property damage, injury, and medical expenses.

It is possible to try and file a car accident claim outside the legally allowed one-year timeframe. However, you can almost guarantee that the defendant will try and get the case thrown out because of the missed deadline.

Areas Served

Areas Served

Denham Springs



Port Allen

East Baton Rouge



New Iberia



Grosse Tete

Contact a Baton Rouge car accident lawyer today

It’s in your best interest to consult an attorney before you discuss your claim with the other parties insurance company. Insurance adjusters work for the insurance provider. An adjuster’s goal is to protect the company by denying your claim or paying as little as possible to settle your claim. The adjuster is not working for you.

Remember, once you settle your claim, you cannot reopen the claim even if you discover additional damages or losses.

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