Hugh P. Lambert and the Louisiana trial lawyers of The Lambert Firm, PLC, are nationally known for groundbreaking whistleblower and mass action litigation success. In addition to our national practice areas, we have also handled personal injury and commercial litigation matters in Louisiana and throughout the Gulf Coast for over 35 years. Our New Orleans personal injury lawyers have the experience needed for the toughest of cases.
Aggressive Trial Lawyers
Having practiced law since 1977, Mr. Lambert has exceptional strategic trial experience; and, coupled with his impressive team of attorneys, his firm remains one of the most well-known litigation practices in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana. He and his team have represented individual personal injury plaintiffs, large companies in business law cases, and communities in class action and mass action cases.
The Lambert Firm handles cases across the United States with virtually unlimited resources. We have the ability to work on your case without the financial constraints of others firms. Others have recognized our hard work and successes. We have been publicly recognized by our trial lawyers peers, and have received a variety of awards and accolades.
Maritime work can be a dangerous industry, and workers often suffer when their employers don’t have safety and best practices as a primary concern. When workers are injured, the firm’s maritime lawyers handle Jones Act cases, offshore injury claims and cases involving commercial and sport diving injuries, as well as claims under the Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act and the Death on the High Seas Act.
Anytime a worker is injured off the coast of Louisiana or in any of the navigable waterways of the U.S., our maritime attorneys provide a thorough investigation and comprehensive defense of their rights to achieve fair compensation.
Construction Injury Claims
Workers who have been injured in construction accidents can also find experienced legal help at The Lambert Firm. Construction accident attorneys handle injury cases involving spinal cord and brain injuries, electrocutions and burns, fall and crush injuries, and more.
These claims often involved OSHA investigations and a large number of parties, such as contractors, safety workers, property owners and more. Our construction injury attorneys have the specific knowledge of state and federal safety regulations, as well as the resources, to pursue these claims.
Contact Our Louisiana Injury Trial Lawyers
If you or someone you care about has been harmed physically or financially by the fault of another, contact the firm today and get help from an experienced New Orleans accident lawyer.