Lawyer in the River Parishes of Louisiana
Attorney serving the Parishes of St. James, St. John, St. Charles, Assumption, Ascension, Lafourche, and others
The Barkemeyer Law Firm is located in Lutcher, Louisiana. The firm provides legal representation in the River Parishes of southeast Louisiana. Our attorneys provide effective representation in the areas of Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, DWI, Successions, Wills, and many others.
If you’ve been hurt in an auto accident, the Barkemeyer Law Firm can help recover compensation for your injuries. Our attorneys deal with the insurance company, adjusters and their lawyers to ensure your property damage and personal injury claims are resolved in your favor. More Info.
When you are the victim of the carelessness of an 18-wheeler, the enormous size of the truck will cause extensive damage and possible serious injury. Commercial truck drivers must follow strict guidelines for operating their vehicles in a safe manner. We handle the most severe truck accidents in the River Parishes. More Info.
The Barkemeyer Law Firm fights aggressively to protect the rights of the accused in criminal cases. We have successfully beat charges in criminal court through negotiation, suppression hearings, and trial. We can handle all types of criminal cases including drug charges, battery, assault, DWI, theft, alcohol-related offenses, and any other charge on the books.
DWI or DUI is a unique area of law in Louisiana. DWI is a criminal charge that includes many issues relating to the defendant's driver's license. The Barkemeyer Law Firm is experienced in handling DWI cases and the driver's license case that comes with the DWI. Only an experienced DWI lawyer understands all the issues regarding the driver's license, DWI defenses, and sentencing options in a DWI case. More Info.
Contact the Barkemeyer Law Firm at (225) 869-3000 if you need experienced and professional lawyers in St. James Parish or surrounding areas.
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