We are all subject to misfortune and injury whether it be physical or psychologically. How we are represented will influence the courts to be fair with our case. Peyton Burkhalter, a Metairie personal injury attorney, has worked in the public and private sectors for over the last 20 years and can work with the client and serve his individual requirements as the need arises. It is important to have an attorney that can enter a courtroom, if necessary and stand for your legal rights and explain to the judge and jury your side of the story. Many attorneys realize that fewer than ten percent of all cases go to court. Therefore most have very little trial experience. They favor settling out of court whether you get the best deal or the worst deal. Many attorneys once they learn the case will go to court, will send your case to a partner or attorney with little experience to take the case to trial.
Peyton Burkhalter will work your case aggressively from beginning to end. He will not hand off the case to another trial attorney because of time or lack of resources. He will patiently work through the details and explain all the legal jargon to you. He will put everything in perspective so that you will understand the game plan for your specific case. The ultimate goal is for you to get the best financial outcome in a timely matter. Peyton has tried large and small cases and has an excellent track record. His knowledge of the law has proven to benefit clients statewide.
If you are in need of a Personal Injury Attorney, make an appointment today. Peyton Burkhalter will work with you step by step and get the result you need. He will stand up for your legal rights and not be pushed around by attorneys representing large companies that want to reduce your financial settlement.
Peyton B. Burkhalter Law
2540 Severn Ave #129
Metairie, LA 70002
Stephen Hebert, a renowned New Orleans criminal justice lawyer, is the right choice for defense if you have been charged with a crime. Louisiana criminal laws are complex, and the proper representation is important for a successful outcome.
One question people often ask, “what should I do if the police want to search my home or car? If you are unsure of the correct response to the police, there are a few things to remember. According to the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution which is our protection against unlawful search and seizure, you have the right to refuse a search. If the police have a legal search warrant signed by a judge, that is a different matter. People often think that if an officer asks permission to search, they are not allowed to refuse. However, without a search warrant, you may respectfully decline.
In the event, the police search your car or home without permission, politely remind the officer that you have not given him permission to search and hopefully his body cam will record the occurrence. At this time you may ask permission to leave if you are in your car or if you are under arrest. If detained, you many refuse to answer questions until you have an attorney present.
Some exceptions include if the police believe that a criminal act is occurring, or if public safety is involved, they may search without a warrant. If an arrest is made, search and seizure are legal.
Contact attorney Stephen Hebert if you believe that your Fourth Amendment rights have been violated. This experienced criminal defense attorney will ensure your rights are protected. Click here to visit his website.
Stephen D. Hebert, LLC – Attorney at Law
700 Camp Street,
New Orleans, LA 70130
Personal injury attorneys are your only recourse during a traumatic time whether it is an injury to yourself or a family member. Accidents are unexpected and seldom prepared for. It is such an injustice when you are injured due the carelessness or recklessness of another individual or company. Not being able to work, mounting hospital bills, loss of income to support your family are just a few of the consequences that you may be facing. A personal injury attorney will aggressively pursue justice and a fair compensation for your injury,