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TANGIPAHOA PARISH ACCIDENT INJURY ATTORNEY

Tangipahoa Parish Accident Injury Attorney

Tangipahoa Parish (French: Paroisse de Tangipahoa) is a parish located in the U.S. state of Louisiana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 121,097. The parish seat is Amite City, but the largest city is Hammond. Tangipahoa comes from an Acolapissa word meaning “ear of corn” or “those who gather corn.” The parish was founded in 1869.

 

Tangipahoa Parish comprises the Hammond, LA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the New Orleans-Metairie-Hammond, LA-MS Combined Statistical Area. It is one of the Florida Parishes.

Tangipahoa Parish began in 1869, when it was carved from Livingston Parish, St. Helena Parish, St. Tammany Parish, and Washington Parish. It was flooded in 1932.

 

The name comes from the Tangipahoa River and the historic Tangipahoa Native American people.

 

With Amite as the Parish seat, Hammond, the largest city, many other communities make up the parish, from Kentwood to the north, Independence, and Ponchatoula at the southern end. Southeastern Louisiana University is  located in Hammond, LA.

 

INCIDENTS OF CAR ACCIDENTS IN TANGIPAHOA PARISH, LA

 

Major highways throughout the parish are I-12, I-55, U.S. Routes 51 and 190. In 2014,1204 people were injured as a direct result of vehicular accidents. There were 22 fatalities in that year.

 

For additional accident injury data visit:

http://datareports.lsu.edu/Reports.aspx?yr=2014&rpt=D1&p=ci).

 

Those injured in auto accidents may be entitled to recover compensation for damages suffered as a result of the accident, including, but not limited to, lost work wages, hospital bills, and physical/emotional trauma, but often times it takes an experienced accident lawyer to fight for the compensation you deserve.

 

The accident attorneys at the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess have the refined skill and lengthy litigation experience necessary to handle many kinds of personal injury claims, including automobile accidents, trucking accidents, commercial vehicle accidents, workplace accidents, toxic torts, products liability, birth injuries, and brain injuries, among many others. The circumstances surrounding any accident claim can oftentimes be complex, which leads to great difficulty determining who is liable for resulting damages.

 

Our accident lawyers handle many kinds of personal injury claims, including car accidents, trucking accidents, bus accidents, offshore accidents, brain injuries and wrongful death claims. It takes an experienced accident injury attorney to oversee your claim and fight for just compensation in a court of law.

 

If you are a loved one have suffered a personal injury inTangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, or have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, Don’t Delay! Call Clay! Our Baton Rouge Office: (225) 922-4416 or Toll Free: (877) 234-7573.

 

An experienced accident injury attorneys can provide you with an initial consultation FREE of charge to you regardless of whether you retain our services. Our staff of Paralegals, Assistants, Clerks, and Investigators, work diligently to assist your accident injury lawyer with the handling of your claim or case.

 

COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND LINKS:

 

21ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURTHOUSE (TANGIPAHOA)

110 N. Bay Street

Amite, LA 70422

(985) 748-7890

 

TANGIPAHOA PARISH CLERK OF COURT (two offices)

110 North Bay Street #100

Amite City, LA

(985) 748-4146

 

318 Northwest Railroad Avenue

Hammond, LA

(985) 549-1638

 

FIRST CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEAL

1600 North Third Boulevard

Baton Rouge, LA 70802

(225) 382-3000

 

U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA

Russell B. Long Building and Federal Courthouse

777 Florida St.

Suite 139

Baton Rouge, LA 70801

 

TANGIPAHOA PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE

15475 Club Deluxe Drive

Hammond, LA 70403

(985) 345-6150 Hammond

 

LOUISIANA STATE POLICE – TROOP L

2600 No. Causeway

Mandeville, LA 70471

(985) 893-6250

 

DON'T DELAY! YOU MAY HAVE A VALID CLAIM AND BE ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION FOR YOUR INJURIES, BUT A LAWSUIT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS EXPIRES.