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Coping with a personal injury can take a substantial toll on your finances, your life, your physical and mental health, and your future.  If you were seriously injured, we recommend that you weigh your legal options carefully.  Our injury lawyers in Lake Charles, Louisiana, can evaluate your case to determine the best course of action when pursuing compensation. You do not need to fight the insurance companies alone.  Call our law office at (337) 439-0707 to discuss your case with one of our experienced personal injury trial attorneys.

Taking Legal Action
When you hire a personal injury lawyer from Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South, your case is in experienced hands.  Our attorneys handle every step of the civil litigation process.  We ensure your rights are protected and fight on your behalf to obtain compensation commensurate to your injuries.

​For your free consultation with an injury lawyer in Lake Charles, Louisiana call (337) 439-0707.

Personal Injury Cases
Personal injury law protects individuals who have sustained physical or psychological injury because of another individual or entity’s carless or negligent actions.   A successful personal injury lawsuit can result in the courts awarding the injured party monetary compensation for damages suffered. Depending on the severity of the injury, personal injury compensation can include pain and suffering, past and future medical bills, lost income, and property damages.

  • Car accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Burn injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Workplace accidents
  • Premise liability cases (including damages to real estate)
  • Product liability cases
  • Offshore accidents
  • Oil rig accidents
  • Aviation accidents
  • Wrongful death
  • And more
The Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Cases
Per the Louisiana Civil Code section 3492, you have one year to file the lawsuit, starting from the time of the injury/accident.  If you file after the one-year deadline, the defendant can file to dismiss the claim.

With very few exceptions, the judge usually grants the dismissal.  This statute, among other reasons listed below, is why we recommend you or a loved one secure a consultation with a Lake Charles, Louisiana personal injury lawyer at Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South, LLP as close to the injury date as possible.Filing the Lawsuit
After your injury attorney in Lake Charles files your lawsuit, you are further known as the plaintiff, and the individual or entity you allege as responsible becomes the defendant.  During the following days, your attorney will conduct on your claim(s), interview witnesses if available, identify experts to testify, conduct depositions, and prepare you and your case for the possibility of a trial. More often than not, invested parties reach a personal injury claims settlement during the discovery process; only occasionally do these cases proceed to trial. Therefore, having an experienced personal injury trial attorney in Lake Charles is key to obtaining appropriate compensation.  Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South are widely regarded as leading personal injury trial attorneys in Louisiana.



Over $1 Billion Won For Our Clients

Lundy LLP is one of the leading firms handling catastrophic and serious personal injury cases. Our attorneys have a vast array of experience and success in many fields, including cases and trials involving dangerous drugs, automobile, trucking and boating accidents, pipeline explosions, product liability, dangerous highways, railroads, aviation and wrongful death.

Commercial Litigation


Lundy LLP successfully litigated on behalf of our client securing a $10 Million award in connection with an oil well blowout caused by pressure from the defendant’s salt dome cavern leaking into the adjoining oil and gas fault block.

Catastrophic Brain Injury


Our client received a brain injury as a result of an explosion at a pipeline construction site.

Business Torts & Fraud


Lundy LLP filed a suit on behalf of our client for damages and lost profits resulting from the State of Louisiana’s failure to apply rules and regulations equally to all manufacturers of septic systems.