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Braud & Gallagher

Mandeville, Louisiana, 70448

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Braud & Gallagher
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111 N Causeway Blvd
Mandeville, Louisiana, 70448
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Monday- Thursday 8:30-5 Fridays: 8:30-4:30

About Braud & Gallagher

When you need a dynamic, empathetic attorney by your side, The Law Offices of Braud & Gallagher are sure to meet each of your personal injury and offshore injury needs. As skilled maritime attorneys in New Orleans, Braud & Gallagher boast victories that far exceed tens of millions of dollars. You can be sure that you’re choosing the best New Orleans car accident attorney when you’re ready to pursue maximum compensation for the suffering you’ve endured.

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Common Mistakes Injury Victims Make in Car Accident Claims

At a time in your life when you may be struggling with a debilitating injury, exorbitant financial losses, and coping with the trauma of the accident you were involved in, it’s easy to see how such pressure might cause you to make mistakes when seeking compensation for your damages. Even the slightest error could be damaging to your lawsuit. Continue reading to learn more about some of the most common mistakes injury victims make with their car accident claims so you can work to avoid them. Waiting to See a Medical ProfessionalProbably...Continue Reading...

Differences Between the LHWCA and the Jones Act

Maritime employees who are injured on the job may be wondering how they will go about supporting themselves and their families while recuperating from their injuries. Fortunately, maritime workers are protected by either the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA) or the Jones Act, depending on the type of employee they are. If you are interested in learning more about some of the key differences between the LHWCA and the Jones Act, read on.Things to Know About the Jones ActFirst, let’s dig in to some of the most...Continue Reading...

Maritime Injuries: What Is "Maximum Medical Improvement"?

Working in the maritime industry can be far more dangerous than working in other fields in part due to the fact that you are working on or around large vessels and ships. As such, individuals who work as maritime employees and are subsequently injured on the job are financially protected by federal law. However, maritime laws are complex, and when an injured worker’s condition improves, it can be difficult to say what’s going to happen next. Questions you may be asking: “Where do I file my claim? How long can I collect benefits...Continue Reading...