SUCCESSIONS & ESTATE LAW

When someone passes away, his or her family must often go through a legal process called succession. In essence, it involves the Louisiana courts transferring the deceased person’s property and money to the individuals, charities, or other parties named in the will. If the person died intestate (meaning without a will), the assets will be distributed according to the rights of succession set forth in Louisiana law.

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DIVORCE & FAMILY LAW

“I can handle both legal aspects of your case and about the well-being of your children. You can count on me to handle every aspect of your divorce or family law case with honesty and integrity.” – Attorney Damon Baldone

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PERSONAL INJURY

“After a serious auto accident, I will take care of all the legal headaches. You only need to focus on getting better.” – Attorney Damon Baldone

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CRIMINAL LAW

“As a local criminal defense lawyer and longlife resident of Louisiana, I know the area, the courts and the judges. You can count on me to pursue the most positive results possible under the facts of your case.” – Attorney Damon Baldone

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AUTO ACCIDENTS

Cars are the number one mode of transportation in today’s world. This means that the number of cars on the road is always increasing. Unfortunately, this means that the opportunity for accidents is also ever increasing. On average, there are over 11 million auto accidents every year in the United States alone.

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DANGEROUS DRUG AND DEVICES

f you or a loved one have suffered from excessive bleeding injuries after taking or using specific devices, you can call and speak to one of the Mass Tort/Pharmaceutical Litigation attorneys, free of charge, who can help assess any potential claims.

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SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY

If you had Social Security taxes taken out of your paycheck for at least five of the past 10 years, but now you have a health condition that does not allow you to hold any type of job, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. If you did not work long enough or consistently enough to qualify for SSDI, you may still be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.

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