How We Can Help

If you are injured by the fault, neglect, or liability of someone else, you may be eligible for compensation in the form of damages. Mayeux Law fights for our clients at every step of the way to make sure you get the compensation you deserve. Personal injury lawsuits are your best tool for protecting your rights and best interests. Personal injury suits may be based on any number of incidents, including car accidents, defective products, medical complications, lost earnings, and more. Whether we can settle your case or we must take it to court, you can rest assured that we will stand in your best interest.

What To Expect

If you’ve been hurt, give us a call. We will start with a conversation to help us understand what happened and determine the best next steps. From there, we will guide you through getting the care you need, documenting that care accurately for your case, and proving to the legal system the cause for your case. From there, we pursue settlement talks with the involved parties, taking it to court if needed to get you what you deserve. Throughout the process, we promise to advocate for your best interest while communicating transparently about your case proceedings and expected outcome.


Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a few commonly asked questions to help you familiarize with the process and requirements of personal injury cases in Louisiana. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further questions.


How do I Know if I Have a Case?

A: Have you been injured at the hands of another – whether intentionally or as a result of negligence? That’s the first step. From there, the plaintiff (the one filing the lawsuit) must prove the damages due based on a few different standards established in prior lawsuits. This is where we come – call us so we can help you take it from there.

What is the Difference Between Personal Injury Cases and Breaking the Law?

A: A personal injury case is considered a civil lawsuit, meaning the case is between two private parties. It may be settled out of court, or court may be an option if a settlement can’t be agreed upon beforehand. In those cases, the court acts as a mediator to help determine what is fair and due.

How Soon After my Injury do I Need to File my Lawsuit?

A: This time limit is referred to as a statute of limitations. In Louisiana, the statute of limitation for personal injury cases is one year. This means cases must be filed within one year of the incident occurring.

What Does it Mean to Settle a Case?

A: Settling a case means you agree to accept a settlement, usually monetary, without taking the case into court. In return, you agree to absolve the other party of any further liability. As your lawyer, we will help you make sure the settlement you’re receiving is fair and just.